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

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    And do you also blame the weatherman for tropical storms, tornado's and other disasters because they told of the conditions which would create them?



    Ahh so you were just predicting scumbag union thugs would get violent, I guess being big in unions, you would know, so we probably should heed your warning of said violence... Now I understand.
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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    Quote Originally Posted by randel View Post
    short of walker being out on his ass, this is a big victory....wisconsin senate back in democratic control, walker is a EUNUCH....
    Being as you are in Ohio, I guess that the Cleveland Browns winning four games all of last season is like winning the Super Bowl ! So what if they lost 12

    Your eunuch is at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, D.C., btw.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Actually it says precious little beyond a gross number that says nothing in and of itself about the content or details.



    Right, because I bet if we looked at your posts we would see something besides utter support for this recall and utter contempt for walker?
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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    So short of the thing Democrat pundets, posters, supporters, unions, and politicians were focused on for months now...it's a big win!

    You sound like the New England Patriots patting themselves on the back for winning the AFC Championship game and trying to convince people the Super Bowl didn't matter.
    It is not my fault that too many people neglected an important aspect of the Wisconsin elections.

    It reminds me a bit of small children who are drawn to big dramatic primary colors and they do not have the eye nor sophistication to appreciate the more subtle shades and more sublime details of other aspects of art.
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    Some are keeping it classy this morning in Wisconsin. The irony is thick... Especially for all the hypocrisy about s year ago after Gabby Giffords was shot. Remember that???

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

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    It is not my fault that too many people neglected an important aspect of the Wisconsin elections.

    It reminds me a bit of small children who are drawn to big dramatic primary colors and they do not have the eye nor sophistication to appreciate the more subtle shades and more sublime details of other aspects of art.


    says the guy who spent the last year not talking about the senate but about walker in 17+ threads.
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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Right, because I bet if we looked at your posts we would see something besides utter support for this recall and utter contempt for walker?
    I have contempt for Walker and I supported the recall. I never made any secret of that.

    But how does that somehow someway negate the reality that as of yesterday morning, the GOP controlled Wisconsin government lock stock and barrel while after last nights results- they no longer do?

    Can you explain that uncomfortable reality to us all?
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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    And do you also blame the weatherman for tropical storms, tornado's and other disasters because they told of the conditions which would create them?
    ROFL. What a horrible analogy. Weathermen have no ability, what so ever, to influence the weather. They don't even have a rational and reasonable way to think that they MIGHT influence the weather. The weather is a naturally occuring thing...violence perpetrated by people is not a natural phenomina of nature. Weathermen, at least the ones that aren't glorified models reading from a script (in which case, the words aren't even their own), are actually highly trained to look at scientific facts to make judgements on the near term weather effects. Weathermen rarely speak of what good a hurricane or other disaster occuring to people would be, followed up by "But we hope no hurricane hits them"

    You on the other hand sit here and state what people suggest they may do would be dumb, what they should actually do is [x] with nice and full detail and specifics, proclaiming how good it'd be for it to happen...and then act like your transparent intent, belief, mindset, and motive isn't as clear as glass becuase you let the word peace slither out of your mouth.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    says the guy who spent the last year not talking about the senate but about walker in 17+ threads.
    You seem to me missing the point of what happened in Wisconsin last night in your never waning zeal to attack me.

    The GOP held onto the State House. They had it going into the recall election.

    The GOP lost control of the State Senate to the Democrats.

    The only party which gained in any real power or office last night was the Democratic Party with their Senate capture.
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    Re: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort, NBC News projects

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    It is not my fault that too many people neglected an important aspect of the Wisconsin elections.
    It is kind of your fault you neglected it yourself.

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