Discussion in 'Politics' started by Conservative, May 20, 2012.
Scott Walker Recall Attempt Worries Some Democrats - WSJ.com
Walker will win.
I think Wisconsin is too close to call at this point. Walker is out-raising Barrett's campaign, but it's not like the AFL-CIO, Change to Win, and all the labor groups are going to spend at least 20 million on anti-Walker PACs. Some of my friends are working in Wisconsin on the recall (against Walker) - SEIU is throwing a lot of money and manpower into Wisconsin.
You can thank Citizen's United for that.
Joe Blow taxpayer is going to put the public servant back in public servant.
I think you meant to say we can thank the First Amendment for that.
Nope, not quite.
But it's cool. The Citizen's United decision pays my bills.
Yes, quite. Read it sometime.
Obamas Chicago Thug Way Invades Wisconsin
Written on Sunday, May 20, 2012 by Lloyd Marcus
As Chairman of The Campaign To Defeat Barack Obama, I just returned back home to Florida from Wisconsin which is ground zero in the battle to stop Obamas ruination of America. Welcome to the Campaign to Defeat Barack Obama Like locust, Obama minions have swarmed the state of Wisconsin, devouring all who dare oppose their recall of Gov. Scott Walker for his efforts to restore his state to fiscal sanity. Obama minions organized mob protesters to storm the State Capitol. Death threats have been made against Gov. Walker, the Lieutenant Governor and their families. Protection costs for Walker, Kleefisch more than double - JSOnline
Still, Gov. Walker has hung tough and is leading in the polls. This has forced Team Obama to spend more millions and send in the big guns: DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is headed to Wisconsin.
Obama and the DNC don't give a shit about this race.
It's labor's party.
Read what? The First Amendment, or the Citizen's United decision?
I've definitely read both. But as I said, it's fine. Although I disagree with the decision, I enjoy the money that Unions and left-wing organizations pay me to run campaigns for them that I wouldn't have gotten had it not been for Citizen's United.
Quite literally, Citizen's United has put money in my pocket, so I guess I'm on the fence.
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