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Wisconsin’s New Aristocracy Is on the Ballot

republicansagainstwalker Wrote: May 01, 2012 5:31 PM
Oh Wisconsin wants to end corruption. That is why many Republicans are voting against Gov. Walker. The Gov. is currently under investigation for serious political corruption that took place while he was in Milwaukee county. He has also tried to sell off our public utilities to an un-named buyer with no supervisory board to set a fair price. Hmmm, I wonder who that could be? Maybe the Koch brothers? He consistently lies about his record. He takes credit for giving Polaris money to create jobs. Everyone here knows that Polaris is leaving and those jobs were already here. He did nothing but give money to a company all while telling us how broke WI is. He also took settlement money meant for homeowners.
True Conservative! Wrote: May 01, 2012 10:07 PM
You're about as former republican as Nancy Pelosi! Why lie when it's so obvious? Are all leftists this stupid?
republicansagainstwalker Wrote: May 01, 2012 5:36 PM
He put their money into the general budget. But wait, didn't he fix that? Nope. He did not even make basic payments. He spent more money than Doyle. All while gutting education. Two schools in my area will close thanks to Gov. Walker. So much for the lie about not laying workers off. Tell us another one Gov. Walker.

Our Founding Fathers carefully eliminated in American law every special legal privilege of the old aristocracies of Europe. They strongly favored instead equality under the law, later enshrined in the Constitution's Equal Protection Clause, which means not equality of result, but that everyone plays by the same rules.

A recall election for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is scheduled for June 5. But on the ballot that day will effectively be whether we should establish in law after all these years a new aristocracy in America, not subject to the democratic will of the people like everyone else, with special legal privileges,...