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    Re: Scott Walker Disagrees With Mitt Romney On First Responders As 'Big Government'

    Quote Originally Posted by buck View Post
    Doesn't this just show how badly the recall elections backfired. The fact that this is even newsworthy, shows how high Walker's star has risen - thanks in large part to failed recall elections.

    ROFLMAO...you didnt disappoint buck...heres my first line on the thread

    Now isnt this interesting...The DPF conservative spin on this should be very entertaining lol

    Just like I thought all the teaparty cheerleaders would totally AVOID what walker said ...LMAO funny stuff

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    Re: Scott Walker Disagrees With Mitt Romney On First Responders As 'Big Government'

    Quote Originally Posted by Darroll View Post
    All Walker did was balance the budget.
    What’s the matter with that.
    Their Union seemed to have priced their members out of a contract.
    Like my Union used to say, you can’t strike a broke company.


    All walker has done is gotten himself investigated as we speak and lost jobs in Wisc and split the state down the middle...we'll see how this all works out for him in the ned...

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    Re: Scott Walker Disagrees With Mitt Romney On First Responders As 'Big Government'

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain America View Post
    Little did Wisconsin know that when they were voting on Rebecca Kleefish for Lt. Governor, she would soon be sitting in the Governor's mansion in due time.

    All that money spent attempting to recall Walker when they could have just waited a few months and let the court get rid of him for them.

    I'm counting the days until they put this Teabagger in an orange jumpsuit. I don't think all of the Koch Brother's money will be able to help him when the court finally drops the hammer.

    Stay tuned.

    Thats not going to happen...just like all the politicians before him he will slither out from under it and get away with it....aside from that Im unwilling to convict him before the evidence does

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    Re: Scott Walker Disagrees With Mitt Romney On First Responders As 'Big Government'

    Quote Originally Posted by OnWisconsin View Post
    The recall didn't fail there buddy. We managed to remove two more republicans from the state senate, and by doing so, we flipped the senate back to the democrats. So either he can work WITH the democrats or he can do nothing. See here in Wisconsin we've had a long history of working together to get stuff done. Not only did Walker break that history, but he did everything he could to force legislature through. He calls it "taking on the tough issues" ..

    Walker has to do what the koch brothers tell him to do...they have 10s of millions invested in him, either the koch brothers told him to go against romney...or they are spanking him as we speak for being a bad boy.

    The senate going to the democats has been avoided mention by the conservatives...having control of a chamber may be more important that having the governorship and not having both chambers....Just like the house teapartiers have stonewalled everything since the GOP took control of ONE chamber....

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    Re: Scott Walker Disagrees With Mitt Romney On First Responders As 'Big Government'

    Quote Originally Posted by lpast View Post
    ROFLMAO...you didnt disappoint buck...heres my first line on the thread

    Now isnt this interesting...The DPF conservative spin on this should be very entertaining lol

    Just like I thought all the teaparty cheerleaders would totally AVOID what walker said ...LMAO funny stuff
    I'm not trying to spin anything. I personally couldn't care less that Walker disagrees with Romney - there is plenty I disagree with Romney on. I find it of much more interest that if not for the recall election, no one would even care that Walker disagreed with Romney.

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    Re: Scott Walker Disagrees With Mitt Romney On First Responders As 'Big Government'

    Quote Originally Posted by lpast View Post
    All walker has done is gotten himself investigated as we speak and lost jobs in Wisc and split the state down the middle...we'll see how this all works out for him in the ned...
    He actually gained jobs in WI - well, as much as the governor is responsible for job creation. The numbers will be official shortly (near the end of June).

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    Re: Scott Walker Disagrees With Mitt Romney On First Responders As 'Big Government'

    Quote Originally Posted by lpast View Post
    The senate going to the democats has been avoided mention by the conservatives...having control of a chamber may be more important that having the governorship and not having both chambers...
    You really find having control of the senate for 4 months when the senate won't even be in session and republicans are expected to retake it in November more important or are you just trying to search for a victory in the loss? Serious question, I find that very interesting.

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    Re: Scott Walker Disagrees With Mitt Romney On First Responders As 'Big Government'

    Quote Originally Posted by OnWisconsin View Post
    The recall didn't fail there buddy. We managed to remove two more republicans from the state senate, and by doing so, we flipped the senate back to the democrats.
    It was a massive failure.

    Are you going to tell me all that union money (a lot more than what Dems would like to have everyone believe) was spent to win two measly state senate seats that are up for re-election in November anyway? No. It was to elect a weak man who would kowtow to the unions' every demand and to undo all of the work that Walker has done getting Wisconsin back on track financially. And I'm glad that your state knew better than to elect a man who would do that. Not to mention the recall being entirely unnecessary in the first place.

    Now, that being said... Walker's comments on Romney are irrelevant for me. I think Obama will win Wisconsin, but by a narrow margin.

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    Re: Scott Walker Disagrees With Mitt Romney On First Responders As 'Big Government'

    When is Walker's reelection, later this year?

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    Re: Scott Walker Disagrees With Mitt Romney On First Responders As 'Big Government'

    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    When is Walker's reelection, later this year?
    He's got a bit more than 2.5 years left. I guess it's possible that the unions may try to recall him again next year. Is that possible? If so, I could see them doing something stupid like that.

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