80% magic in Wisconsin

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    Watching the news, this is what they said:

    Seems like 80% is important in Wisconsin. Seems nearly 80% of of the money spent in Wisconsin this year was spent by Republicans who are fighting to keep Scott Walker.

    Seems 80% of Scott Walker's money comes from "out-of-state".

    So, right wingers, what is it about Scott Walker that makes you want to keep him? What has he done for Wisconsin that was so good for the state?
     
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    He pisses off liberoidal nitwits like you....Good enough for me.

    Gotta get back before June.
     
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    Well, the schools were able to hire more teachers and the state had a surplus instead of debit for a change. Having public union employees contribute a bit to their own retirement and benefits, like the rest of us do, was good for the state. How can those teachers claim they want what is best for the children when taking extra cushy benefits, at cost to tax payers, meant fewer teachers, less money on actual needs for students and a state in debt?

    Many support Walker because he had the courage to stand up to unions and expect the public union members to pay their fair share.
     
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    So is most of Kathleen Falk's and Tom Barrett's.

    Speaking of which...

    May 8th Recall Primary Election | Wisconsin | onPolitix
     
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    All that and taxes didn't go up, either.
     
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    this has been repeatedly posted in various threads. all of which you either ignore or claim are bogus.

    Go fuck yourself, troll.
     
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    Almost heaven Wisconsin!
     
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    Don't knock it 'till you've reeled in your first big muskie.
     
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    It just goes to show how much money was going to public unions.
     
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    In Wisconsin, there is one bar for every ten people. Explains alot. <----joke.

    But there are A LOT of Bars per capita there.
     

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