Skip to comments.The Wisconsin Fight
Posted on 04/13/2012 5:38:43 AM PDT by rellimpank
Even those who barely follow politics couldn't avoid seeing Wisconsin constantly in the news last year. It started with Governor Scott Walker's much-needed Budget Repair Bill, which curbed bargaining rights for many public-sector employees. A state Supreme Court race (considered a referendum on Walker's bill) and state Senate recall elections followed. But despite tens of millions of dollars and hours of drum beating (literally-by protesters), the public sector unions failed on all three counts to gain the upper hand in Wisconsin.
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—as I am on one of my twice-annual visits to the land of cheeseheads,quasi, psuedo, and real marxists, etc., so far a from-the-road assessment indicates more “Stand with Walker” signs the the other flavor here in the south west corner-—
Though I still think voter fraud will carry the day for the dark side vs. Walker, I do notice the pro-recall comments on JS Online stories tend to be more rife with shrill hyperbole and less with logic.
The WEAC’s own survey produced data that counters their own cause. I’ll bet the union thugs did a complete “aw-sh*t” when they saw it.
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No. They've changed their campaign strategy. Now they are accusing (bogus) Gov. Walker of waging a "War on Women". Secondly, they are waging a bogus "John Doe Investigation" which they hint is directed at Walker. I expect them to indict Walker just before the election and then drop the charges later.
I'm not blowing smoke here. Secret union and dem campaign strategies were revealed this week.
These are the folks the unions in WI got to sign recall petitions:
I strongly urge you all to listen to Mark Belling’s first hour from Thursday where he reviews an article from Mother Jones where the head of the Demoncrats are strtegerizing to use the war on women and the John Doe investigation as the tactics against Scott Walker...Why? THE FACT IS THE REFORMS ARE WORKING!
I bet an indictment of Walker will be handed down by 1 June for maximum political damage. Looks like the fix is in. Does the judge in Milwaukee have the “union label?”
He probably signed the recall petition!
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