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This is a discussion on Walker recall a failure... within the Politics forums, part of the Main Category category; But the unions used pure and sweet celebrity democrat money. Not that evil corporate republican money Walker used. Then there ...

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    But the unions used pure and sweet celebrity democrat money. Not that evil corporate republican money Walker used. Then there is that weak Tea Party movement. Those gun totting Bible thumping red necks are so disorganized. This election has to be fraudulent. Why everyone loves the unions and the democrats.
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    I enjoyed watching the union supporter saying Democracy died last night. So clueless. You lost when Walker was elected. You lost when the WI Dems left the state to avoid a vote. And you lost when your recall failed. All are part of Democracy because it was voted on.
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    CNN kept saying the Republicans outspent the Democrats..what do they think obumma will try to do....?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fstroupe View Post
    Though all of the talking heads call this a referendum on Yomama, it really was a referendum on the unions themselves. I'd love to know how many disgruntled union members voted for Walker.

    The parasites will definitely be in a much larger panic mode than they have for the last decade or so.

    Anywhere you find failed businesses and bankrupt government, you will always find unions.
    My folks still live up there and my mother, who is well into her 70's, works the polls for every election. We talk at least once a week and this recall was the topic of discussion many times. It got extremely ugly up there. Pro Walker teachers quit their jobs because of the ridicule and threats coming from their coworkers. Union people who had the audacity to put a Walker sign in there yard got letters saying that it would be a good thing if their homeowners insurance was paid up. Pro Walker businesses who did business with school districts were told they needed to get in line to keep the districts business.

    Unions at one time served a useful purpose and actually helped the working class but just like big government they have become corrupt and now serve only themselves. They take money from their members and funnel it to their, (usually democrat), politicians who in turn passes laws to keep the unions in power so they can take more money from their members and funnel it back to their politicians. The worker is nothing more than a mule being ridden by the union bosses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TlWheatley View Post
    CNN kept saying the Republicans outspent the Democrats..what do they think obumma will try to do....?
    The left talking points have been all about Walker having more money, don't they wonder why? It should tell them that not only business and corporations but also the American people are finally waking up to the dismal failure the current European style socialist policies are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caper View Post
    My folks still live up there and my mother, who is well into her 70's, works the polls for every election. We talk at least once a week and this recall was the topic of discussion many times. It got extremely ugly up there. Pro Walker teachers quit their jobs because of the ridicule and threats coming from their coworkers. Union people who had the audacity to put a Walker sign in there yard got letters saying that it would be a good thing if their homeowners insurance was paid up. Pro Walker businesses who did business with school districts were told they needed to get in line to keep the districts business.

    Unions at one time served a useful purpose and actually helped the working class but just like big government they have become corrupt and now serve only themselves. They take money from their members and funnel it to their, (usually democrat), politicians who in turn passes laws to keep the unions in power so they can take more money from their members and funnel it back to their politicians. The worker is nothing more than a mule being ridden by the union bosses.
    Exit polls showed it split at 48% each way. That tells me that many union members crossed the party line and voted for a better future for WI. But couldn't say anything due to the same harassment that you talk about.
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    The unions were the ones behind this recall effort. Of course they are going to blame some one else if things don't go the way they had intended. After all the unions only care about the poor workers and how the employers take advantage of them. There's no corruption in the unions, that's all in big government and corporations.
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    Did you hear Debbie Wasserman Schultz about the loss to the Lib's. She actually thinks it's a win. She says something like, 'the democrat party didn't really lose, it just empowers them to fight harder against Walker and his radical idea's'.

    Rush has her name correct. Debbie Blabbermouth Shultz. What an idiot. She rattles on without a breath just to say something. Even the idiot Piers Morgan told her she wasn't making sense. He who usually makes no sense, Piers Morgan!

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    Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a pig. She actually makes me turn the channel faster than Odumbo. What's so funny about her, is that she acts all pompus and badass when she is in her comfort zone, but not so much when she was at the Iowa Caucuses surrounded by a couple dozen or so TEA Party members. She was doing an interview with one of propaganda outlets and she was to say the least, nervous as a whore in church. Nobody shouted her down, but if looks could kill... They had to start over a couple times in fact.

    Once finished and as she was trying to scurry off, someone (a Ron Paul supporter) told her to get back to her taxpayer funded jet and go home because nobody here cares what she has to say. Then one of the media people told him to show some respect. I then spoke up and told the propagandist that we are showing her more respect than she (Shultz), her constituents, and her shills like you ever show ANY of our representatives and candidates. It pretty much ended right there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SR40c View Post
    A special thanks to the people in Wisconsin who got out, voted, and slammed the door on this ridiculous recall. No wonder Obama wanted no part of it. Can't wait to see who the administration throws under the bus for this one.
    I dunno SR. I think this whole recall motion was a great succes in reminding the American people that the Mob does not rule and that we still live in a Representative Republic not a democracy like the morons would like you to believe.

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