Walker Victory: "Absolute Disaster for President Obama"

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    The GOP victory in Wisconsin's gubernatorial recall election was an "absolute disaster for President Obama" and represents a clear sign of Republican momentum heading into the fall presidential election campaign, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus argues in a memo set for release Wednesday.

    Priebus memo claims Wis. boost - POLITICO.com
     
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    Karl Rove compared this to Margaret Thatcher's rout of Labor signaling a change in tides which gave us the Reagan Revolution.


    Make it so!!
     
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    Obama has the more money backing him than(what's his name?) Deomocratic challenger to Walker.
     
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    Hitting the bottle already?
     
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    Yes, but Obama has proven he couldn't run a Bake Sale.
     
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    Little early in the week for mimosas Snip, Democrats may have won the Wisc. Senate.

    Democrats Gain Majority in Wisconsin Senate | Publius No. 9
     
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    Barry was smart enough to stay the hell out of WI.

    Hope this Walker victory is a portent of thngs to come in Nov.

    But who knows? Its a long way till Nov.
     
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    I couldn't find (anywhere) in that memo where Bill Clinton concurred-with or was consulted-by Priebus. Maybe I missed it.

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    The excuses are all about spending today. If the left had any sense they would realize they were somewhat RIGHT, it IS about spending. Not how much Walker spent, but how much Wisconsin was spending -and the job Walker was doing to reign in Wisconsin's reckless spending. Seems a large part of the 99% HAS spoken, and they chose Walker. For all the power, and support the Unions and the occupiers were "supposed" to have had, they sure didn't open up their wallets did they?
     
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    Well.....that's not.....

     

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