I'm sure that its not hard to come up with the needed signatures to get a recall done. All that they have to do is get people that voted against Walker to sign. But in the end it is the election itself that is going to matter. The only way that Walker will loose is if the other side promotes him in a bad light to sufficiently change the numbers game. I'm sure that words like "union busting" and such might just do it. Never mind the actual fact that no union busting ever went on. The only thing that Walker stopped with his bill is the ability of public workers to negotiate with the very people they vote for how much money they get. The ability to negotiate safety measure and such was never taken away. The ability to gather and voice complaints with a unified voice is still intact.