Democrats, losing ground in Wisconsin, play down recall election

May 27, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Chicago Tribune

Supporters cheer for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker as the Republican campaigns along with Louisiana Gov.

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Vance1 wrote:
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Every body should insist that our Public school us this book as a text book
48 Liberals lies about American History
by Larry Schweikart.
and the 5000 Year Leep by W.Cleon Skousen
These books are needed in todays schools to teach our children the absolute truth about this country.
I ask all you good people to wake up, and pay attention to whats actually going on in this country and what your children are actually being taught by union radicals in schools.
Religious indoctrination, brilliant!
We'll get the next generation ready to don their armor, ride into Jerusalem & vanquish the Moorish Infidels!
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Religious indoctrination, brilliant!
We'll get the next generation ready to don their armor, ride into Jerusalem & vanquish the Moorish Infidels!
Bush/Cheney have already started the latest Crusade in 2001; Romney and GOP Chicken-hawks are planning their next expedition toward Teheran...
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That's how a liberal won the GOPTEA birther ticket.
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Hillary started the birther movement in 2007 campaigning against nobama, pinhead. Try to keep up.

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Bush/Cheney have already started the latest Crusade in 2001; Romney and GOP Chicken-hawks are planning their next expedition toward Teheran...
If clinton would've taken down al queda instead of ignorning them, Bush wouldn't have had to do anything about them, screwball.
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Wisconsin now knows the Demoncrat party has lost their minds.

The Left is Deranged.
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If clinton would've taken down al queda instead of ignorning them, Bush wouldn't have had to do anything about them, screwball.
Are you saying within 2 years, Obama did what Bush/Clinton could not do in 16 years (getting Bin Laden)?
Obama must be the "Magic Negro" Limbaugh thinks he is?????

. Bush said he had no interest getting his boogeyman, Bin Laden. Cheney used to pull fake Al-quaeda threats to scare liberals into allowing his Halliburton folks to loot our treasury....

. I miss those fake terror alerts; don't you?

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Apparently, Scott is another GOP crook and liar.
. GOP operatives routinely downplay crimes committed by their own but routinely go out of their way to explore weak allegations against Democrats.
Hypocrite bastards!
. Walker got caught on tape several times conspiring to "divide Wisconsin and conquer."
"MADISON, Wis.— Newly released documentary film footage shows embattled Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker shortly after his election describing a "divide and conquer" strategy for taking on unions by first going after public employees' collective bargaining rights"
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...
Attention sht for brains!!! Newly Released Documentary? You're prove positive sht can be sugarcoated and idiots like you will consume it...
The fact of the matter is Walker Wisconsin Ranger is on the defense side of the coin. And to do what was correct he did not sit around being silent and allow a bunch of libelous demented self-servers in the conspiring union hierarchy and their useful idiots like you to continue your ways all at the expense of taxpayers and state financial security. GFY.

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Only a pathetic fool would credit the demise of bin laden to the following list of self-serving democRat saboteurs who had no problem whatsoever leaving the good men, women and children of Iraq for the wolves…Only a pathetic fool would assume the democRat Party would not do the same to him and his…

• Democrat John Kerry, Feb. 2007: "The simple fact is that sending in over 20,000 additional troops isn't the answer--in fact, it's a tragic mistake. It won't end the violence; it won't provide security; ...it won't turn back the clock and avoid the civil war that is already underway; it won't deter terrorists, who have a completely different agenda; it won't rein in the militias."
• Democrat Dennis Kucinich, Feb. 2007: "It has been proven time and time again that troop surges don't work."
• Democrat Harry Reid, Apr. 2007: "The war is lost... This surge is not accomplishing anything."
• Democrat Christopher Dodd, Apr. 2007: "We don't need a surge of troops in Iraq... there is no military solution in Iraq. To insist upon a surge is wrong."
• Democrat Barack Obama, Jul. 2007: "My assessment is that the surge has not worked."
• Democrat Dick Durbin, Aug. 2007: "By carefully manipulating the statistics, the Bush-Petraeus report will try to persuade us that violence in Iraq is decreasing and thus the surge is working. Even if the figures were right, the conclusion is wrong."
• Democrat Jan Schakowsky, Aug. 2007: "I believe overall the surge is a failure....It’s clear to me we cannot win..."
• Democrat Joe Biden, Sep. 2007: "We should stop the surge and start bringing our troops home...[When asked whether Iraq closer to political reconciliation than before the surge began, and would continuing the operation stop the killing between Sunnis, Shi'ites and Kurds?]...The answer to both those questions is no."
• Democrat John Kerry, Sep. 2007: ""The president's escalation ... has failed to achieve its goal of bringing about a resolution of the fundamental conflict between Sunni and Shi'ite."
• Democrat Chris Dodd, Sep. 2007: "It pains me to say that ... the surge tactic is a failure — and that failure is reconfirmed everyday by unfolding events in Iraq."
• Democrat Barack Obama, Oct. 2007: "[The surge is a] complete failure... Iraq’s leaders are not reconciling. They are not achieving political benchmarks."
• Democrat Harry Reid, Nov. 2007: "It is indisputable that the goals of the surge have failed."
• Democrat Joe Biden, Nov. 2007: "This whole notion that the surge is working is fantasy."
• Democrat Nancy Pelosi, Feb. 2008: "There haven't been gains [in Iraq]... The gains have not produced the desired effect, which is the reconciliation of Iraq. This is a failure. This is a failure."
• Democrat Carl Levin, Apr. 2008: "...the purpose of the surge as announced by President Bush last year... has not been achieved"
• Democrat Joe Biden, Apr. 2008: "The purpose of the surge was to bring violence in Iraq down so that its leaders could come together politically. Violence has come down, but the Iraqis have not come together... We Democrats understand that this war must end..."
• Democrat Bill Richardson, Jun. 2008: "[when asked if he was ready to concede that John McCain had been right in proposing the surge, said] "Absolutely not."
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Are you saying within 2 years, Obama did what Bush/Clinton could not do in 16 years (getting Bin Laden)?
Obama must be the "Magic Negro" Limbaugh thinks he is?????
. Bush said he had no interest getting his boogeyman, Bin Laden. Cheney used to pull fake Al-quaeda threats to scare liberals into allowing his Halliburton folks to loot our treasury....
. I miss those fake terror alerts; don't you?
Like most people I never paid attention to them.

It's a downright shame how misinformed people can be. Do you honestly think Bush actually meant he didn't care about finding and killing bin Laden? Really?

Clinton COULD have gotten credit for wasting the dirtbag...twice.

Obama was the lucky one. He stepped right into it, even though a plan to blame Admiral McRaven was drawn up if the raid went bad.

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Are you saying within 2 years, Obama did what Bush/Clinton could not do in 16 years (getting Bin Laden)?
Obama must be the "Magic Negro" Limbaugh thinks he is?????
. Bush said he had no interest getting his boogeyman, Bin Laden. Cheney used to pull fake Al-quaeda threats to scare liberals into allowing his Halliburton folks to loot our treasury....
. I miss those fake terror alerts; don't you?
Attention sht for brains!!! Only in the mind of a libelous shithead like you could a community organizer with ZERO military experience and who launched his political career from the home of bill ayers get credit for getting bin laden. You are so full of sht you need to flush yourself.
BTW, Limbaugh did not coin the term Magic Negro. That label was acquired from a way beforehand newspaper article from the LA Times...you politically inept twit.

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No, unlike Fox News fans like yourself, I do not hate Negroes or Mexicans. I stand for fairness.
. GOP crooks are funding Scott Walker's campaign in order to keep their grip on the Wisconsin Legislature where they change Wisconsin laws, giving themselves total control over the Wisconsin people, like they do in Florida, Georgia, Nevada and other Red states in the South....
you just hate everyone that doesn't agree with your ideology...it doesn't matter what their color, creed or national origin...
you're an equal opportunity, self-righteous hater, and none too bright on top of that...

the perfect left wing liberal tool...or, is that, fool?
nope...both.

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amazing just how angry the left wing loons get when defeat is staring them in the face and they can't change the rules...

hehehehehehe...

a warm up for november.

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All the Frightwing love for Walker. Amazing how people can be manipulated into doing the exact opposite of what's in their own best interests.

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Guess the Tribune was too lazu to do their own research.
"A series of new polls released this week shows the Wisconsin recall to be a dead heat between Tom Barrett and Scott Walker: LINK, LINK, LINK. These polls all show the race deadlocked within the margin of error, with Walker failing to crack the critical 50% threshold in the most recent Mellman poll released today. In addition, every single legitimate public poll also continues to show the Walker-Barrett matchup within the margin of error." http://www.wearewisconsin.org/uncategorized/w ...
"All three polls from last week, on which claims of a Scott Walker surge are based, contained flawed samples that overestimate Republican share of the vote and widely diverge from other polls regarding Walker vs. Barrett amongst Wisconsin Independents. Discarding a &#8213;We Ask America&#8214; poll done by a Chamber group in Illinois that donates almost exclusively to Republicans, and refused to release crosstabs or sample data on their Mother’s Day-only robo-poll, the PPP and Marquette Law polls showing Walker up approximately 5 points can be accounted for almost entirely by a change in their samples from previous polls showing a dead heat in the race." http://wispolitics.com/printerfriendly.iml ...
BTW: none of the polls from last week (the ones the POS newsmas was touting) account for:
1) Wall-to-wall statewide coverage of the scandal surrounding Walker’s “Divide & Conquer” remarks—made in private to a billionaire donor. Those stories appeared for days in every print outlet in the state, and garnered 87 Critical Mention hits across every TV market in Wisconsin through last weekend.
2) Ad parity which had never existed until this week. The untold millions spent by Walker and his backers had Democrats being outspent as much as 25-1 – a shocking number, given that Walker fails to break 50 in any poll, and the movement in the raw data is literally unchanged from when they turned on the spigots months ago.
3) Barrett and his allies now have extremely hard-hitting ads running statewide at high point levels on issues we know move voters – Walker’s worst-in-the-nation jobs record, the John Doe criminal corruption probe of Scott Walker’s office, and the Walker/GOP “War on Women,” which is as aggressive here in Wisconsin as anywhere in America.
MSNBC HOST:'Uncomfortable' Calling Fallen Military 'Heroes'...State Media shows their true colors……………yellow.

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Irascible Infidel wrote:
All the Frightwing love for Walker. Amazing how people can be manipulated into doing the exact opposite of what's in their own best interests.
Wow, you nailed it, those stupid people in Wisconsin could still haved a bankrupt state instead of a surplus.........how silly can they be.

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Only a pathetic fool would credit the demise of bin laden to the following list of self-serving democRat saboteurs who had no problem whatsoever leaving the good men, women and children of Iraq for the wolves…Only a pathetic fool would assume the democRat Party would not do the same to him and his…
• Democrat John Kerry, Feb. 2007: "The simple fact is that sending in over 20,000 additional troops isn't the answer--in fact, it's a tragic mistake. It won't end the violence; it won't provide security; ...it won't turn back the clock and avoid the civil war that is already underway; it won't deter terrorists, who have a completely different agenda; it won't rein in the militias."
• Democrat Dennis Kucinich, Feb. 2007: "It has been proven time and time again that troop surges don't work."
• Democrat Harry Reid, Apr. 2007: "The war is lost... This surge is not accomplishing anything."
• Democrat Christopher Dodd, Apr. 2007: "We don't need a surge of troops in Iraq... there is no military solution in Iraq. To insist upon a surge is wrong."
• Democrat Barack Obama, Jul. 2007: "My assessment is that the surge has not worked."
• Democrat Dick Durbin, Aug. 2007: "By carefully manipulating the statistics, the Bush-Petraeus report will try to persuade us that violence in Iraq is decreasing and thus the surge is working. Even if the figures were right, the conclusion is wrong."
• Democrat Jan Schakowsky, Aug. 2007: "I believe overall the surge is a failure....It’s clear to me we cannot win..."
• Democrat Joe Biden, Sep. 2007: "We should stop the surge and start bringing our troops home...[When asked whether Iraq closer to political reconciliation than before the surge began, and would continuing the operation stop the killing between Sunnis, Shi'ites and Kurds?]...The answer to both those questions is no."
• Democrat John Kerry, Sep. 2007: ""The president's escalation ... has failed to achieve its goal of bringing about a resolution of the fundamental conflict between Sunni and Shi'ite."
• Democrat Chris Dodd, Sep. 2007: "It pains me to say that ... the surge tactic is a failure — and that failure is reconfirmed everyday by unfolding events in Iraq."
• Democrat Barack Obama, Oct. 2007: "[The surge is a] complete failure... Iraq’s leaders are not reconciling. They are not achieving political benchmarks."
• Democrat Harry Reid, Nov. 2007: "It is indisputable that the goals of the surge have failed."
• Democrat Joe Biden, Nov. 2007: "This whole notion that the surge is working is fantasy."
• Democrat Nancy Pelosi, Feb. 2008: "There haven't been gains [in Iraq]... The gains have not produced the desired effect, which is the reconciliation of Iraq. This is a failure. This is a failure."
• Democrat Carl Levin, Apr. 2008: "...the purpose of the surge as announced by President Bush last year... has not been achieved"
• Democrat Joe Biden, Apr. 2008: "The purpose of the surge was to bring violence in Iraq down so that its leaders could come together politically. Violence has come down, but the Iraqis have not come together... We Democrats understand that this war must end..."
• Democrat Bill Richardson, Jun. 2008: "[when asked if he was ready to concede that John McCain had been right in proposing the surge, said] "Absolutely not."
MSNBC HOST:'Uncomfortable' Calling Fallen Military 'Heroes'...State Media shows their true colors……………yellow.

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No, unlike Fox News fans like yourself, I do not hate Negroes or Mexicans. I stand for fairness.
. GOP crooks are funding Scott Walker's campaign in order to keep their grip on the Wisconsin Legislature where they change Wisconsin laws, giving themselves total control over the Wisconsin people, like they do in Florida, Georgia, Nevada and other Red states in the South....
how dark is that place your head is stuck?

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if bullshit was music debbie blabber mouth shultz would be a bras band...is the little twit related to the fat man eddy schults?

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if bullshit was music debbie blabber mouth shultz would be a bras band...is the little twit related to the fat man eddy schults?
I missed her on the news this A.M.,did she wash her hair yet? Sure hope so,it looks like she hasn't done so in years,LOL!!!!!

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Bush/Cheney have already started the latest Crusade in 2001; Romney and GOP Chicken-hawks are planning their next expedition toward Teheran...
Hmmmm...I guess you didn't hear that Barack Obama is the current President?

Or that Obama has already made moves to invade Iran?

http://www.eutimes.net/2011/11/obama-tells-al...

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