I’ll let Mario Piperni describe my feelings on last night’s “Wisconsin purchase”… Mario Piperni In the age of Citizens United, outspending your opponent by and 8 to 1 ratio with the help of out-of-state billionaires, does have its benefits. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker retained his seat in the election that sought to recall him from office,… More Wisconsin Victory Goes To The Highest Bidder
Apparently 30 million dollars can buy an election. The Huffington Post Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) was projected the winner of Tuesday night’s gubernatorial primary by NBC News. The latest polls showed Walker leading Democratic challenger Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett going into the contest. The AP relays background on the race: The first-term Republican was back on… More WALKER SURVIVES
Scott Walker’s campaign must be running scared… Think Progress From Eau Claire to Beloit, voters across Wisconsin are relaying stories via Twitter, Facebook and online message boards about anonymous “robocalls” from allies of Scott Walker, telling them–incorrectly–that if they signed petitions to recall Governor Walker, their vote in today’s crucial election has been recorded. An NBC reporter tweeted… More Wisconsin Voters Report Receiving Robocalls Telling Them Not To Vote
Stating it clearly and concisely, Scott Walker is a crook, period. Forbes As Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker heads into the final stretch in his effort to hang onto his job, he is finding it increasingly more difficult to make his case honestly— or without using huge sums of taxpayer money to sway voters. While life… More Scott Walker Using $100 Million Of Taxpayer Money To Fight Off Recall?
If Scott Walker uses the Foreclosure Settlement that the Obama Administration negotiated with the banks, to by-pass those homeowners who qualify for that money, so that he can balance his budget, Walker may have just sealed his fate in the upcoming re-call election… Think Progress Yesterday, 49 states joined the federal government in announcing a $26 billion… More Gov. Scott Walker To Use Foreclosure Settlement Money To Balance His Budget, Not Help Homeowners
The above quote is attributed to President Harry Truman. I saw it in an article on Keith Olbermann’s blog and thought it was an apropos headline for the topic… FOK News – Worst Persons of the Day […] our winner, the increasingly hapless Governor of Wisconsin, Scott Walker, who has now reportedly gone into the office remodeling business. There… More “How many times do you have to get hit over the head before you figure out who’s hitting you?”