Rats now asking for recounts for 2006. How about Wisconsin Republicans and Conservatives just flee to Illinois and let the Rats run everything?
I don’t see any way out of this anymore. It’s going to take another civil war to restore sanity in this country. Brother against brother, father against son. It’s coming. Thank you Commie DemocRATS! You’re dream is on the way.
A lie that gets headlines is the truth.
Next thing you know, they’ll be wanting a recount of the Waukesha County votes for Lincoln in 1860.
Whaa, Whaaa, whaaa, the UNOFFICAL totals provided to the MSM were wrong.
C’mon, these unoffical results are crucial to Democrat voter fraud efforts
The Dems have been diddling WI elections for decades. It’s a pure pleasure seeing their rage at the idea they may have been snookered this time around. I don’t argue with them when they go on a rant about Waukesha. I just give them a little wink and a smile and walk away.
“After it was discovered, the unofficial lead in the State Supreme Court race shifted from challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg to incumbent David Prosser.”
The official lead never changed and was known by state officials and selected websites on election night. Only the totals reported by the media via the AP had to be updated to reflect the official tallies.
So, let’s do a recount for the election of JFK when the state of Illinois reported their numbers late.
How far back do you want to go demonrats???
No surprise that this dinky, pathetic article is short on details in regards to how this “discrepancy” was found, what is being disputed about the 17,000 votes, etc. But let me just go out on a limb and say that from my understanding of the general breakdown in voting patterns in the past within the county would still be at worst a 55-45 Pubbie advantage.
This particular website is beyond pathetic. Almost every article I have seen posted on this site over the last couple months is of a drive-by format, heavy on the claims while light on the specifics, clearly favors Dems and doesn’t allow public comments to allow honest input from readers pro and con.