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Democrats Panic as Wisconsin Recall Nears

The Big Stink Wrote: May 22, 2012 1:58 PM
At what point will the unions realize they're spitting into a stiff breeze that has turned against them?
katepatate Wrote: May 22, 2012 4:19 PM
When we vote out a pro-union president and vote in a right to work president. Obama loves unions. The more they bully, the better.
Rodney105 Wrote: May 22, 2012 3:36 PM
When someone comes along and reverses JFKs' order to allow public sector workers to collectively bargain. It takes a real a-hole to accept a position working for the people then union-up and demand 2 to 3 times the pay of the people they are supposed to be serving. Then get belligerant when they are outed as the leeches they are.

This is a fight of the sore-loser Left's choosing, remember -- and it's one I've been begging them to pick since day one.  With Wisconsin's reckoning slated for two weeks from today, the recriminations among flustered Democrats are already flying:

The election has taken on significance beyond Wisconsin state politics: Organized labor sees the battle as a major stand against GOP efforts to scale back collective-bargaining rights for public-sector workers, as Mr. Walker did after taking office in 2011. Some Democrats now fear mobilizing Republicans to battle the recall could carry over to help...