Skip to comments.Wisconsin - Supreme Court Recount to be Completed by May 9th
Posted on 04/25/2011 4:07:24 PM PDT by Jean S
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- State law requires the recount in the Wisconsin Supreme Court race to be completed by May 9.
The recount will begin on Wednesday. County election clerks asked questions to members of the Government Accountability Board during a conference call meeting Monday to outline details of the recount
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If they can net 7,500 new votes, then the Republic is doomed.
Even Klop supporters are going to tire of that. Wisconsin is going to come to hate this woman before this is over.
It is impossible to to gain 7,500 votes. That’s not the point of this recall.
hope conservatives will be out in full force
Oops, my bad, recount, not recall.
But, the recall elections have a lot to do with this.
From the other thread you said:
As far as I understand it, we will have to wait until the Supreme Court meets August 1 to know anything. The bill is in limbo for a long, long time.
I'm really surprised to hear this to be honest. The Walker administration has petitioned the Wisconsin Supreme Court to step in, so there must be some chance they will right? Or can Chief Justice Abrahamson hold things up all on her own? I thought that at most the Wisconsin Supreme Court might wait till Sumi rules, but had no idea they were completely out of session and wouldn't even consider the case till August or later. Are you really sure about this?
No, I’m not 100% sure but I am fairly sure. I think Abrahamson would have to call a special session for the court and I don’t see her doing that.
With regard to a recount. The Democrats would like to, but cannot reasonable say that they found 7,500 new votes, and, what do you know?, they all went Kloopenbagger. The would have to find more than 7,500, with a net margin going their way. A two to one margin would be pushing the boundaries of credibility, given the razor thin margin of the state as a whole. If they tried a 2 to 1 margin (in favor of the Kloopster) then, that would mean that 22,500 new votes would have to be "discovered". 15,000 for Kloopy, and 7,500 for Judge Prosser. Now, the Democrats had a full fledged "freak out" when the 7,500 votes that previously had not been reported came to light. It would take a vat of gall the size of Kentucky to NOW find 22,500 total new votes. I'll be popping some popcorn, if you would like to come over...
Only if you have beer too.
What do you think I am, a rank amateur?
They won’t gain 7,500. They’ll gain 75,000. They got punked the last time they tried to “just” win with fake votes. This time, they’ll shamelessly manufacture 10x what they need. And nothing will be done about it...
Oh good grief, we're trying to have an intelligent conversation here.
Admittedly 75,000 is hyperbole, but is it really that inconceivable given some of the massive frauds we’ve seen? Examples include precincts with more votes than eligible voters. Dead and fictional voters registered en mass. And how about obama? A president whose name we don’t even know for sure with no publicly available records and a Connecticut SSN. And what have the courts done? The legislatures? Anyone? Not much but complain, and on the government side, block any and all attempts to get to the truth.
PS Re obama: He wasn’t born Barack Hussein Obama. So where was his name legally changed? Never seen a document recording that, and name changes require a court order or similar action. So we don’t even know his name! If someome would have told me that was possible even three years ago, I’d have said, “Oh good grief, we’re trying to have an intelligent conversation here.”
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