What's changed after Wisconsin?

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    Mr. Walker was not crushed. He was buoyed, winning by a solid seven points in a high-turnout race.

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    others are waking up to some REAL hope and change for America....

    all one has to do is compare WI to IL to get the picture...
     
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    Yep, those that love unions can pay the dues, everyone else should be able to opt out. Isnt it funny how liberals always have to rely on coersion, they cant get people to follow their policies without being threatened by the proverbial stick.
     
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    I have grown accustomed to bad coverage in our televised media, especially when it comes to reportage of "bad news" for liberal ideas. But the outright blackout over the fact that union members left when given the option, is so outrageous it rises to the level of censorship and corruption. This is an enormous story in relation to the WI recall election and to ignore it as news is blatant disloyalty to journalistic integrity.
     
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    money can buy elections.

    You guys must be so proud
     
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    Unions taking dues from non-union members?

    That is not coercion--that is called THEFT!
     
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    I think what has changed after wisconsin is that OTHER governors can feel more confident taking measures to reign in the out of control compensations of people who are in public unions and are therefore paid with tax dollars.
     
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    What's changed?

    I haven't had to read stupid new posts of Chris's everyday.
     
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    Sour grapes much~ To pretend democrats don't spend heavily in elections is as dishonest as the day is long.

    Big Labor picked this fight and lost.
     
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    guess that means your guy is having problems raising money at his $35,000 per plate events....:lol:
     

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