Skip to comments.Wisconsin Gov. Walker's Win Means Little For Obama, Elections 2012?
Posted on 06/06/2012 3:59:34 PM PDT by Marketfly1
The voters of Wisconsin have spoken. Gov. Scott Walker becomes the first governor in the history of our nation to survive a recall. Democrats and union leaders say it means little while Republicans hail Walkers victory as a sign for things to come in November.
Take the poll if you think the election will have an impact for the upcoming elections. Vote and pass around.
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I wouldn’t read too much into Wisconsin’s implications for the GE; there’s a long way to go and anything can happen, or be made to happen. Job 1: get rid of the Kenyan.
It means plenty! It is reflective of the electorate becoming alert to jobs, Obamacare, etc. Do you remember the election when Clinton became president? The call was ‘It’s the economy stupid’. It still is!
UNMITIGATED BULLSHIT!!!...as usual.
Of course that’s what they say...they don’t want to admit how bad off they are. So the found a nice river to swim in until November: De Nial.
When they thought Walker would lose, it was the most important election in a decade.
I don’t know about national implications, but the Dems did flip the Wis Senate... so nothing is going to get down until after the next elections.
The bigger picture has the rise of the TEA party, the replacement of kennedys seat with a Republican, the crushing defeat the donks were handed in the last November national elections, and now this.
zer0 is done, as is a large chunk of the dummie party.
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Wanggaard needs to count, recount and magically find the extra votes he needs to win like the Democrats do.