Skip to comments.Obama Campaign Focuses on Walker Recall
Posted on 05/24/2012 7:50:24 AM PDT by afraidfortherepublic
Wisconsin is a critical state in Obama's strategy to win reelection. [Obama] won it handily against McCain in 2008, but recent polling there is consistent with other swing states; the race between Obama and Romney is very tight. It is hard to see a path to another term that doesn't include Wisconsin in Obama's column. Fearful that a Walker victory in next month's recall would be a crippling blow to the state's Democrat party, the Obama campaign is shifting its entire campaign infrastructure in the state to help oust Walker on June 5th.
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This is just the latest sign that the political landscape in WI is shifting away from the unions. All recent polling have shown solid movement towards Walker, however, we can't underestimate the power of these kind of turnout operations. Obama's campaign's shift to working on the recall may be born out of a sense of panic, but it still represents a considerable addition to the union's turnout efforts.
Early voting began on Monday, with reports of strong turnout across the state, not just in liberal enclaves of Madison and Milwaukee. This alone doesn't tell us a lot except that its going to be a wild few days until the finish on June 5th.
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“Poor guy would never win a boxing match ... he has two left fists.”
The mask makes me automatically put this fella’ in my “Thug” category.
‘Whats the matter, little man? Are you afraid someone will identify you and do to you what you want to do, if hiden behind a cheap mask and a safe opportunity, to do someone else? Is that why you hide yourself?’
Thugs are cowards; dangerous, yes, but when you peel the onion layers off, all you find is a chickensh*t coward.