WI Gov To Use Foreclosure Settlement Money To Plug Hole In Budget

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    WI Gov Walker and AG Van Hollen want to use WI's share of the recent foreclosure settlement to help close the state's budget shortfall that Walker claims does not exist. I'm sure struggling WI homeowners will be pleased. :thup:

     
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    really? :rofl:
     
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    Hey, a blogger on the internets said it so it must be true.
     
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    It's like Wanker WANTS to be recalled...and maybe he does. He can get his lobbying job for the Koch Brothers faster.
     
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    thanks for posting an actual, credible, non-biased source that didn't make shit up as they went. It's appreciated.

    from the link...

    Sounds like they are behaving in a fiscally responsible manner.
     
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    Looks that way to me as well but then I'm not trying the recall a Gov for trying to save his State.
     
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    Not only that, but they have even more credibility because the quote... themselves... as a source a few times in the piece.

    That's some good reporting there, huh :rofl: @ the continued massive FAIL of JosefK.
     
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    He's not doing a very good job of it...six months of job loss...the only state in the union to do that....
     
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