Wasserman Schultz: Wisconsin recall a ‘dry run’ for November

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    Wasserman Schultz: Wisconsin recall a ‘dry run’ for November | The Daily Caller
    So, let's assume the polls are correct and Walker wins on the 5th. Since this was a 'dry run for November', according to Wasserman Schultz, that would mean the 'massive, significant, dynamic grassroots presidential campaign' in Wisconsin would be a failure.

    Lets see how many Dimocrat dupes on USMB agree with her that it's a dry run.

    Anyone? Anyone?


    BTW... WI is a tossup right now, with 10 electoral votes.
     
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    Can you imagine Wasserman on Jeopardy?
    Debbie: I will take ancient history for 500
    Alex: Jesus And Moses
    Debbie: Who were the first two saints to meet Abe Lincoln on the same day?
     
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    she's such a tool....:lol:

    you know its over when, ' it doesn't matter anymore or never did '...

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    Just thinking about her saying the name of my state makes me feel icky.

    *shudder*
     
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    and now Debbie Wasserman on,,,,,are u dumber than a fifth grader.
    Host: Ok, Mr Wasserman,,,What is the capitol of China?
    Wasserman: I believe the correct answer is,,,,,,uhm,,,,,Japan?
     
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    Dry Run = Massive voter fraud in Dem cities
     
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    The unions’ battle against Walker’s reforms has rested on the argument that the changes would damage public services beyond repair. The truth, however, is that the reforms not only are saving money already; they’re doing so with little disruption to services. In early August, noticing the trend, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported that Milwaukee would save more in health-care and pension costs than it would lose in state aid, leaving the city $11 million ahead in 2012—despite Mayor Tom Barrett’s prediction in March that Walker’s budget “makes our structural deficit explode.”

    The collective-bargaining component of Walker’s plan has yielded especially large financial dividends for school districts. Before the reform, many districts’ annual union contracts required them to buy health insurance from WEA Trust, a nonprofit affiliated with the state’s largest teachers’ union. Once the reform limited collective bargaining to wage negotiations, districts could eliminate that requirement from their contracts and start bidding for health care on the open market. When the Appleton School District put its health-insurance contract up for bid, for instance, WEA Trust suddenly lowered its rates and promised to match any competitor’s price. Appleton will save $3 million during the current school year.

    Appleton isn’t alone. According to a report by the MacIver Institute, as of September 1, “at least 25 school districts in the Badger State had reported switching health care providers/plans or opening insurance bidding to outside companies.” The institute calculates that these steps will save the districts $211.45 per student. If the state’s other 250 districts currently served by WEA Trust follow suit, the savings statewide could reach hundreds of millions of dollars.

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    I didn't think they could get anyone crazier than Howard Dean to head the DNC but hell's bells, they pulled it off.

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    and how did the dems wind up choosing one of the three dumbest rats in the pack to run the DNC?
     
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    I think the main requirement to head the DNC is to be able to get under the skin of Republicans.

    In that regard, DWS was a good choice.
     

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