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Tuesday, June 5, 2012



Sarkazein said...

Just like the Florida "recount", good triumphs evil.
Governor Walker was the first governor to survive a recall because the public saw through the hoax. It shows the Left cares nothing about this country's future. They care only for their fat wallets and power over the individual.

Sarkazein said...

hoax (hks)
1. An act intended to deceive or trick.
2. Something that has been established or accepted by fraudulent means.
tr.v. hoaxed, hoax·ing, hoax·es
To deceive or cheat by using a hoax.

Wolf's Head said...

So the Koch brothers bought millions of voters in Wisconsin?

Must be richer than I thought.

Maybe LPOV should be on a suicide watch after the left's beating by the people of Wisconsin.

Wait till November liberal morons.

Sarkazein said...

"Suicide watch"... just don't aim for the head, it's already dead.

Sarkazein said...

I was holding my breath on that one too. He probably really won by a lot higher margin than the results will show.

Now if the "shut down of the government" hoax can be seen for what it is, the country can make some progress.

NewGuy said...

Because there were 4 State Senate seats - all held by Republicans, which were also up for recall - and, because Dems won one of those seats, they will claim victory.

Their win of this seat means that they now have a majority (by one) in the state senate. It doesn't matter. The Senate is not due to convene again until after the next election. We will see then which party is in control.

I'm feeling pretty good about Walker's victory. Not because he's on the same "team" I am, but because it's a sign that voters (in Wisconsin at least) are willing to stay the course in their efforts to cut government spending.

Some time ago I expressed some reservations and feared that, even tho conservatives won major victories in 2010, when it came time to actually live with the necessary budget cuts, some would rebel when those cuts came too close to their particular causes.

I'm glad to see that Wisconsin voters stood up to the unions and the government employee lobbies and stuck to their guns.

Blogger said...

The election that got little mention today was in New Jersey between two Dems. Pascrell was Clinton's man who endorsed him and came into the district to campaign for him.

Rothman was supported by Obama. The final result? Pascrell trounced Rothman, 61 percent to 39 percent. Is it too hard to infer, therefore, that head-to-head, Clinton beats Obama,

Blogger said...

At 9 PM, over three hours after Drudge correctly called it a win with a significant margin for Wisconsin's Republican Governor Scott Walker, CNN's Wolf Blitzer was still saying “it is a 50-50 race.” Left wing news people have become brain damaged. (From Drudge report)

Inquiring Mind said...

An end of error finally. This signals the end of Obama!

guy faulkes said...

It is interesting that the exit polling showed an even split when the actual vote had a seven point spread in Walker's favor.

The same exit polling gives Obama a small edge over Romney in Wisconsin. The question is if this is the same kind of error (indicating untruthful answers in exit polls due to union influence and fear of retaliation for a public comment) or an indication that there is little difference in the candidates so who you support does not matter. In this case, I would suspect the former.

guy faulkes said...

From another blog:

Are progressives sore, violent losers? Yes they are

Caution foul language in link.

NewGuy said... didn't work for me.

guy faulkes said...

Sorry, I copied the link from the other blog. It was abbreviated. Try this one.

Sarkazein said...

Guy Faulkes- Shows Liberals operate only on emotion.