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Wisconsin Election as Test Case

republicansagainstwalker Wrote: Jun 01, 2012 6:29 PM
Really? Okay, well I am a Republican from WI who opposes Walker. I collected recall signatures from other Republicans. Do you want to argue facts with me? Because this author is very confused. Here are two lies that Walker states and this author repeats about WRS: 1. Taxpayers pay for the WRS. 2. The plan is unsustainable. Their conclusion is that public employee pension expenses will fall back on taxpayers. Here is the truth. 1. WRS is 99.7% funded by the employees. 2. It is rated #1 in the country. Most public sector workers receive quit a bit less in wages than their private sector counter parts. They do this as a trade-off for the great benefits and security. I am not a gov. employee. Gov. Walker is a liar.
algae Wrote: Jun 01, 2012 11:24 PM
"I am a Republican from WI"

Umm.. that would be YOU filling the liar shoes, Libtroll. That much is obvious.

The gubernatorial recall election in Wisconsin next week is important as an imperfect test case to indicate how Democratic propaganda will work against facts this election year.

Liberals are usually the ones who arrogantly throw around the charge that Republicans and conservatives are fact- and science-challenged and averse to reality. But their claim itself is based on nothing but their generic, nonfactual presuppositions, whether on "climate change" or same-sex unions.

What I'm suggesting is different. I'm saying that Democrats in Wisconsin are basing their case against Republican Gov. Scott Walker on anything but facts; they are distorting his...