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    Re: Recall election ordered for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

    Hmm got the wrong link in the first URL.

    Should be. Wisconsin Governor Walker: 43% Approval Rating - Rasmussen Reports™

    Sorry all.

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    Re: Recall election ordered for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Ahh, the Republican House of Ras. However, on their Senate poll, I am more inclined to believe it than the one NBC/Marist posed, which shows Baldwin beating a "generic" Republican. Thompson happens to be a lot more popular than "generic". Since the poll does come from the House of Ras, I don't believe that Thompson leads by that much, but still, I am inclined to believe that Thompson will win this race for certain, albeit by a smaller margin.
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    Re: Recall election ordered for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    OR, they might just realize that they can get called on their bull**** claims and so they may actually have to try and be.....wait for it..../gasp HONEST. OMG the horror lol.
    Or they could anger the wrong well organized, large special interest group.

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    Re: Recall election ordered for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    Personally I would like to Walker beat the recall election. Walker losing would mean less politicians standing up to out of control unions.
    I'm of the mind that I hope Walker loses because him winning would mean less of our government in the hands of the Koch brothers.
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    Re: Recall election ordered for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

    Quote Originally Posted by poweRob View Post
    I'm of the mind that I hope Walker loses because him winning would mean less of our government in the hands of the Koch brothers.
    Less for Koch, more for Soros. Well done!
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    Re: Recall election ordered for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

    A new poll is out, and it shockingly has 52% of Wisconsin voters voting to throw Walker out of office. What makes this shocking? The poll is from the House of Ras. Since the margin of error is plus or minus 4.5 points, I am sticking with my prediction that Walker survives...... barely.
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    Re: Recall election ordered for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

    My prediciton that Walker stays in office has been bolstered. This election might not even be close. Another candidate has jumped into the race as an Independent, and will split the Democratic vote.

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    Re: Recall election ordered for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    My prediciton that Walker stays in office has been bolstered. This election might not even be close. Another candidate has jumped into the race as an Independent, and will split the Democratic vote.

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    Re: Recall election ordered for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieD View Post
    Why are you saying it will split the Democratic vote?
    Although he is running in the Democratic primary, he will also be running as an Independent in the general election. He is pretty far left, and thus will siphon votes from the Democratic candidate, presumably Barrett.
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