Should Gov. Walker be Recalled?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by SoCal, Mar 4, 2011.

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Yes or NO?

Poll closed Mar 10, 2011.
  1. Yes

    8 vote(s)
    25.8%
  2. No

    23 vote(s)
    74.2%
  1. SoCal
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    With all the protest going on in WI, and Walker not willing to negotiate his hardline stance, do you think he will be recalled?
     
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    Your poll question(s) are framed poorly. In your title you ask if he SHOULD be recalled, but your question in the body of the text is if he WILL be recalled.

    Two entirely different things.
     
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    Not....Gonna...Happen.

    The current shitstorm will blow over long before the election could be set up.
     
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    Not my state. When we recalled Grey Davis here, we got AH-nold....with Darryl Issa crying, crying, crying.
     
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    There's no "right" of collective bargaining.

    The *privilege* was extended by the state...It only follows that it may be taken away.

    On top if that, the only part of collective bargaining being taken away is that involving benefits, not pay.
     
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    Just because the scream the loudest does not make them the majority.
     
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    when the state agreed to give them collective bargaining "rights" its became a given right. (not the same as an inalienable right) thats what i meant by right.
     
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    Actually, it was proven on here that it is the exact opposite.

    The poll that was touted to show that there is support to recall?

    Actually showed that of the 1.1 million people that voted for Barrett? Only 700,000 wanted a recall.

    which means that 1/3 of those that voted for Barrett are happy with Walker as governor.

    Interesting how poll results are presnted in a way that decieves the public.....no?
     
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    People don't get recalled for keeping their promises.
     
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