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Wisconsin Senate Race Changes Lead Again

tibby2 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 6:08 PM
Would Wisconsin be as polarized without the unions?
HeroOfTheMasses Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 12:17 PM
No, of course not. One of the facts about human nature is that once people get accustomed to something, they feel entitled to it. and get irate when it's taken away. In Wisconsin, the cozy quid pro quo between unions and state government has gone on so long that unions felt entitled to what they had.
upwithRomney Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 1:44 PM
While I agree about the Unions, I cant say that I support Thompson. I worked for him for a while when he was Governor and boy has he changed. He used to be a problem solver and lately he sounds like a problem creator. He was also a hell of a skirt chaser and everyone knew it. My fiance at the time wouldnt stand next to him at a party.
upwithRomney Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 1:44 PM
While I agree about the Unions, I cant say that I support Thompson. I worked for him for a while when he was Governor and boy has he changed. He used to be a problem solver and lately he sounds like a problem creator. He was also a hell of a skirt chaser and everyone knew it. My fiance at the time wouldnt stand next to him at a party.
upwithRomney Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 1:44 PM
While I agree about the Unions, I cant say that I support Thompson. I worked for him for a while when he was Governor and boy has he changed. He used to be a problem solver and lately he sounds like a problem creator. He was also a hell of a skirt chaser and everyone knew it. My fiance at the time wouldnt stand next to him at a party.

The Marquette Law School poll, which has been tracking the U.S. Senate race in Wisconsin, found last week that GOP candidate Tommy Thompson overtook his opponent, Democrat Rep. Tammy Baldwin, by 1 percentage point among registered Wisconsin voters. The race now stands at 46% to 45%. The previous polling had Baldwin ahead 48% to 44%.

The new polling numbers came out just before the two candidates debated for the second time on television. Baldwin followed up with an endorsement from Bill Clinton on Friday, as reported by the Journal-Sentinel. Earlier in the week, Thompson announced endorsements by Condoleezza...

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