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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post

    I do wonder where you get your cues of giving guidelines for how violence should happen yet dutifully giving it a glossy coat of protection over the top with a faux call for "peace", and whether those places you get that cue may have far more power than you to use such tactics to more unfortunate degrees than simply on a message board.
    You have found me out. You have pulled back the curtain and found the man pulling the levers of chaos.

    The hit on that state governor recently - yup - came right off a meeting in my office. Guilty as charged.

    The three day riot in Nashville where the mob burned down the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Museum - took five weeks of careful planning and over two millon dollars in financial support to pull that off here from Michigan.

    The whole Zimmerman thing - it took me months to find the sacrificial lamb just so we could have a show trial to fight those who carry guns.

    And that bombing at Fort Knox and the stealing of all those gold bars - I guess you got the mastermind behind that also.

    Now who squealed? Only veteran members of the Leon Trotsky Marching Society were allowed in the planning sessions. Who squealed?
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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    Quote Originally Posted by OnWisconsin View Post
    I am one of those "scumbag union activists" and I hope you feel like a big man for saying that Mr.Turtledude...
    All the rich whiners that feel they shouldnt pay any taxs hate unions....private sector workers have allowed themselves to be raped by the rich and corporations...they have been and are being stripped of health benefits and pensions and their pays are stagnant all the while all the whiners have gotten fabulously richer. Union workers are the only working class americans making a decent wage and they HATE THAT...they also hate not having total control over them...they think they are "ENTITLED" to control everyone because they are rich.
    The conservative scumbags are on a roll...but the roll will end...it always does, when the working class private sector finally wake up and realize all they told them was just another rich mans lie.

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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    As it stands as of this hour, the Democrats did indeed win a victory in a very close election in the Wisconsin Senate. Van Wanggaard is losing by a few hundred votes and if that holds, the Democrats will gain a majority in the Senate.

    The bleeding at least stops as the GOP loses complete control of Wisconsin government.

    http://www.waow.com/story/18713279/w...-close-to-call
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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    Quote Originally Posted by lpast View Post
    All the rich whiners that feel they shouldnt pay any taxs hate unions....private sector workers have allowed themselves to be raped by the rich and corporations...they have been and are being stripped of health benefits and pensions and their pays are stagnant all the while all the whiners have gotten fabulously richer. Union workers are the only working class americans making a decent wage and they HATE THAT...they also hate not having total control over them...they think they are "ENTITLED" to control everyone because they are rich.
    The conservative scumbags are on a roll...but the roll will end...it always does, when the working class private sector finally wake up and realize all they told them was just another rich mans lie.
    Private sector workers pay for public sector union workers. We should have a say in how much public sector workers are paid. If public sector workers don't want voters to have a say, then don't expect them to pay your salaries. Get a private sector job.

    The reason Walker won, is because increases in public sector union salaries is only a cost to everyone else, who have to pay higher taxes. It's like reverse robin hood, because the people paying public sector salaries, earn substantially less. Does that feel right to you?

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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    Reading Democratic Underground after Scotts victory is funny. They are completely pissed. I guess many of them are overpaid public sector employees who will see their wages cut.

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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    America is a badly divided nation. And as the Pew Research study yesterday revealed, it is because the GOP has moved to the far right over the last few decades. Do you really believe there will be no fallout from this radicalization of the Republican Party?
    Democrats have moved to the left as well. As you can see here.
    FreeMarket_Apr11_graph1.jpg

    Clinton was to the right of Obama, and a lot of liberals supported him at the time. Now, liberals think Obama is too far right, and will only support him because the alternative is worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    As they are poised to gain control of the Senate, its a irrelevant question.

    Directionless rioting is senseless and counter productive. If one were disposed to violence, direct targeting of those who financed this effort would make much more sense and achieve much better and chilling results encouraging other modern day robber barons to stay in the confines of their gated compound and keep their money out of it.

    If one was disposed to violence.

    But peace is the path.



    Wow, your union scum friends had thier asses handed to them and you call for assassinations of the rich? Will you be pulling the trigger or expecting someone else to do your dirty work for you?
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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    Stil dumbfounded that in an election supposedly all about government union workers, Obama didn't bother to swing by oncefrom his neighboring home state.
    Well he did Tweet his support for Barrett.

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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    This is a good thing. Not only because public sector unions are a concept borne of pure nutball leftist insanity and should be banned entirely, but because recalls shouldn't be done without cause.

    Shame on that large minority of Wisconsinites, and if any of you are reading this, I am glad you fools had your asses handed to you.

    This was needless. The only politicians that deserve recall or removal were the state senators who abandoned their job and fled out of state to hide.
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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    Quote Originally Posted by PerfectStorm View Post
    Well he did Tweet his support for Barrett.
    Politics is about looking like a winner. Obama won WI in 2008, and wants that state in 2012 too. By backing a known loser, in a very partisan recall election, where 60% oppose recall elections, unless wrong doing in office occurs, and 9% oppose all recall elections, is not going to help Obama with winning that state. Had Barrett been up in the polls, and the recall election been popular as well, then Obama would have been there "loud and proud", endorsing Barrett.
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