Effort to recall Wis. governor kicks ...

Effort to recall Wis. governor kicks off Tuesday

There are 173 comments on the The Charlotte Observer story from Nov 13, 2011, titled Effort to recall Wis. governor kicks off Tuesday. In it, The Charlotte Observer reports that:

In this Feb. 17, 2011 file photo, Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker talks to the media at the State Capitol in Madison, Wis.

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“My Commander-in-Chi ef!”

Since: Jun 07

Obama got Osama!

#1 Nov 13, 2011
As the middle class and working poor continue to rise-up against the republican’s assault on the American people this recall effort against the poster child for the right-wing over-reach will be the big get when he is recalled.
With so many Democratic victories across the country in the last few special elections (especially the ones from this past Tuesday) Democrats and liberal-progressive’s enthusiasm about our prospects for 2012, not only for retaining the Presidency and the Senate, but for giving Nancy Pelosi the title of Speaker of the House again has ballooned.

The best part so far is seeing Scott Walker and the Governor of Ohio come to the unions begging for mercy, and now wanting to work together… TOO LATE!
Le Jimbo

Broken Arrow, OK

#2 Nov 13, 2011
Need to get rid of the dictator.
Caribou Bobbie sez

Monessen, PA

#3 Nov 13, 2011
Efforts to have Barry Obama produce a for real birth certificate keep failing.

“"I'm A Great American!"”

Since: Sep 08

Obama Nation! USA! USA!

#4 Nov 13, 2011
It's the beginning of the end of Scott Walker's administration.
Le Jimbo

Broken Arrow, OK

#5 Nov 13, 2011
PooPoo Platter wrote:
It's the beginning of the end of Scott Walker's administration.
Yes down with the dirty dictator.

Since: May 11

Ballwin, MO

#6 Nov 13, 2011
And when this effort fails, I won't be a bit surprised if they try assassination.

The mantra of the left wing liberal.

The only compromise is total agreement,
the only fair election is an election we win, and, if playing by the rules doesn't work, change the rules, then cheat.

Since: Dec 07

Murchison, TX

#7 Nov 13, 2011
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
As the middle class and working poor continue to rise-up against the republican’s assault on the American people this recall effort against the poster child for the right-wing over-reach will be the big get when he is recalled.
With so many Democratic victories across the country in the last few special elections (especially the ones from this past Tuesday) Democrats and liberal-progressive’s enthusiasm about our prospects for 2012, not only for retaining the Presidency and the Senate, but for giving Nancy Pelosi the title of Speaker of the House again has ballooned.
The best part so far is seeing Scott Walker and the Governor of Ohio come to the unions begging for mercy, and now wanting to work together… TOO LATE!
You predicted a dem victory in 2010, Fox news would have it's license revoked after the Murdoch accusations, Cain would drop out. So far your batting 0-4 on predictions. When governor Walker wins because he was doing the job elected to do, once and for all the left will get the message that what the left has created since 2006 is not the direction they want to go. Have fun, pinhead.

Since: Dec 07

Murchison, TX

#8 Nov 13, 2011
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
As the middle class and working poor continue to rise-up against the republican’s assault on the American people this recall effort against the poster child for the right-wing over-reach will be the big get when he is recalled.
With so many Democratic victories across the country in the last few special elections (especially the ones from this past Tuesday) Democrats and liberal-progressive’s enthusiasm about our prospects for 2012, not only for retaining the Presidency and the Senate, but for giving Nancy Pelosi the title of Speaker of the House again has ballooned.
The best part so far is seeing Scott Walker and the Governor of Ohio come to the unions begging for mercy, and now wanting to work together… TOO LATE!
"Comments from Wisconsin Newspapers, buddy boy. You're going to lose.....again!
... this recall attempt is ridiculous. Walker is making changes that have IMPROVED conditions for all of Wisconsin. The people would be STUPID to recall such a successful governor."

"This really bums me seeing that it is the Wisconsin taxpayers that have to pay for the "sore loosers" to continue to keep a "whine" going. He is just trying to clean up Doyle's fiscal mess. Somebody has to have the guts to do."

"I stand WITH Walker, too, but I understand why it was his supporters who began the recall in the first place. It was all strategy. They knew the Dems were planning a recall, so they beat them to the punch for two reasons. 1) to throw them off their game and catch them by surprise, and 2) to free up the unlimited financial support that wasn't available to him unless there WAS a recall. I totally support what Walker's done to the unions and the corruption they are responsible for. GO SCOTT!!! I'm with you 100%!"

You're fabricatted story that he's trying to work with the unions is as funny as your singlehanded BS. Keep it up. All the lefts hype won't change a thing when the people step into the voting booth. Google all the newspapers in Wisconsin, and you'll crap your online phoney Marine certificate.

Since: May 08

Deltona Fla

#9 Nov 13, 2011
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
<quoted text>
You predicted a dem victory in 2010, Fox news would have it's license revoked after the Murdoch accusations, Cain would drop out. So far your batting 0-4 on predictions. When governor Walker wins because he was doing the job elected to do, once and for all the left will get the message that what the left has created since 2006 is not the direction they want to go. Have fun, pinhead.
They are going to give that boy his Walker papers.

Since: May 08

Deltona Fla

#10 Nov 13, 2011
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
<quoted text>
"Comments from Wisconsin Newspapers, buddy boy. You're going to lose.....again!
... this recall attempt is ridiculous. Walker is making changes that have IMPROVED conditions for all of Wisconsin. The people would be STUPID to recall such a successful governor."
"This really bums me seeing that it is the Wisconsin taxpayers that have to pay for the "sore loosers" to continue to keep a "whine" going. He is just trying to clean up Doyle's fiscal mess. Somebody has to have the guts to do."
"I stand WITH Walker, too, but I understand why it was his supporters who began the recall in the first place. It was all strategy. They knew the Dems were planning a recall, so they beat them to the punch for two reasons. 1) to throw them off their game and catch them by surprise, and 2) to free up the unlimited financial support that wasn't available to him unless there WAS a recall. I totally support what Walker's done to the unions and the corruption they are responsible for. GO SCOTT!!! I'm with you 100%!"
You're fabricatted story that he's trying to work with the unions is as funny as your singlehanded BS. Keep it up. All the lefts hype won't change a thing when the people step into the voting booth. Google all the newspapers in Wisconsin, and you'll crap your online phoney Marine certificate.
Changing to improve conditions for who?” All the people taking pay cuts and being laid off or the multimillionaires he is giving the tax breaks to?
Chicago Guy

Evanston, IL

#11 Nov 13, 2011
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
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You predicted a dem victory in 2010, Fox news would have it's license revoked after the Murdoch accusations, Cain would drop out. So far your batting 0-4 on predictions. When governor Walker wins because he was doing the job elected to do, once and for all the left will get the message that what the left has created since 2006 is not the direction they want to go. Have fun, pinhead.
If you think the left is so far off in their assessment of Gov. Walker, how exactly do you account for the OH ballot initiative that just restored the collective bargaining rights that the OH GOP tried to ram down their throats?

I guess I should be surprised by a Republican party that called it a "victory" when only one of three GOP members of the WI Congress were recalled?
Tony

Broken Arrow, OK

#12 Nov 13, 2011
Republican congressman recalled in Arizona.
Republicans lose big time in Ohio.
Democrats win governor race in Mississippi.
Democrats retain governor in Kentucky.
Democrats win in Maine.
Democrats win in New Jersey.

Since: Sep 08

Huntsville, AL

#13 Nov 13, 2011
The voters in Ohio got well over a million signatures to recall the anti-union so the 540,000 signatures needed in Wisconsin is a really doable number. The middle class and working folks in Ohio defeat won the election will damn near 2/3 of the vote so given a decent candidate, kicking Walker out is also doable.

The teabaggers are scared enough they are already boasting of their intentions to commit Class I FELONIES in order to derail the effort.

"A group of self-identified conservatives say they plan to sabotage the effort to recall Wisconsin GOP Gov. Scott Walker, which begins on Tuesday, by burning and shredding recall petitions they've collected and misleading Wisconsinites about the recall process." Full story: http://motherjones.com/mojo/2011/11/conservat...

Since: Sep 08

Huntsville, AL

#14 Nov 13, 2011
The official Walker Recall information site, with a donation button: http://www.wisdems.org

The Kochs, Rove and assorted dirty tricksters are expected to spend in excess of $50 MILLION.

They started the cirty tricks efforts last week with a fake "anti-Walker" activist jumping the line to open up the Koch-suckers's money spigot 10 days early.

The airwaves will be deluged with false and deceptive ads fabricated by Koch--suckers and clone organizations.

That donation link is at: http://www.wisdems.org/

“Angry Antlers ”

Since: Sep 08

Miami

#15 Nov 13, 2011
Amazing how the Fascist Reich doesn't see how horribly mangaged states are when in the hands of state houses and governorships run be Nazis.

The people did not vote in Wisconsin for Nazi Right Wing Fascism.

High Chancellor Walker is being targeted for recall because his policies of full-frontal assault on the working class won't be tolerated, and his association with the Koch Brothers, his corporate masters, is another reality the liberal voting majority in Wisconsin is having no part of.

I wonder if Chancellor Walker's supporters ever question "why" the push to remove this dead-eyed Shickelgruber???

There must be a reason- if everyone is so pleased with Valker's rule, then there would be no recall effort.

Same with the complete dejection of Chancellor Kasich in Ohio and his union-stripping bill which was soundly defeated by landslide last week.

His ass could be up for impeachment, since Ohio has no facility in it's state constitution for recall efforts.

Divided government is always best- and when you have states like Wisconsin, Ohio, Florida, and others with total hegemonic control from the Fascist Reich, then you have this sort of blowback from the liberal voting majority who never put them in office in the first place.

Time to remove all corporate sponosored fascist candidates like Valker, Kasich, Snyder, Scott, Christie, and others who seek to subert the will of the people and curry favor with the corporate elites like Koch Industries who own and operate the Rethuglican Party today.

“Angry Antlers ”

Since: Sep 08

Miami

#16 Nov 13, 2011
PlacitasRoy wrote:
The official Walker Recall information site, with a donation button: http://www.wisdems.org
The Kochs, Rove and assorted dirty tricksters are expected to spend in excess of $50 MILLION.
They started the cirty tricks efforts last week with a fake "anti-Walker" activist jumping the line to open up the Koch-suckers's money spigot 10 days early.
The airwaves will be deluged with false and deceptive ads fabricated by Koch--suckers and clone organizations.
That donation link is at: http://www.wisdems.org/
Thanks for posting this- the never reported on Fox facts that the ALEC group, and this year, an insidious foreign fundraising effort from the Mackinac Center for Public Policy will be washing the airwaves and polling places with propaganda designed to confuse the electorate into donating to the enemy, and supporting the policies of the Fascist Reich.

Clearing up the smokescreen is a full time job, one our organization is very good at doing.

As the expression goes, "Sunshine is the best disinfectant" rings true now more than ever when battling the Republican Reich.

“Angry Antlers ”

Since: Sep 08

Miami

#17 Nov 13, 2011
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
<quoted text>
"Comments from Wisconsin Newspapers, buddy boy. You're going to lose.....again!
... this recall attempt is ridiculous. Walker is making changes that have IMPROVED conditions for all of Wisconsin. The people would be STUPID to recall such a successful governor."
"This really bums me seeing that it is the Wisconsin taxpayers that have to pay for the "sore loosers" to continue to keep a "whine" going. He is just trying to clean up Doyle's fiscal mess. Somebody has to have the guts to do."
"I stand WITH Walker, too, but I understand why it was his supporters who began the recall in the first place. It was all strategy. They knew the Dems were planning a recall, so they beat them to the punch for two reasons. 1) to throw them off their game and catch them by surprise, and 2) to free up the unlimited financial support that wasn't available to him unless there WAS a recall. I totally support what Walker's done to the unions and the corruption they are responsible for. GO SCOTT!!! I'm with you 100%!"
You're fabricatted story that he's trying to work with the unions is as funny as your singlehanded BS. Keep it up. All the lefts hype won't change a thing when the people step into the voting booth. Google all the newspapers in Wisconsin, and you'll crap your online phoney Marine certificate.
Of course, it had nothing to do with the Koch sponsored crimes Chancellor Walker was engaged in- ignoring statute by closing down debate on the union-stripping bill, threatening to arrest the senators who fled the state to deny the quorum on passing the Nazi piece of legislation in the first place, and so much more.

Why was it that hundreds of thousands camped out in Madison?

Why were the Repunklican senators recalled last summer??

Walker is going down like an old hooker with a meth addiction.
Alleluia

Dearborn, MI

#18 Nov 13, 2011
Oh happy day! Then Snyder...
radiofreeamerica

Tampa, FL

#19 Nov 13, 2011
This will be like the recall against the Republicans in the WI. state legislature.The democrats spent about $35 million dollars -most of it money from outside the state-to win control of the state legislature and lost.
T stands for billionaires

Anderson, CA

#20 Nov 13, 2011
Chicago Guy wrote:
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If you think the left is so far off in their assessment of Gov. Walker, how exactly do you account for the OH ballot initiative that just restored the collective bargaining rights that the OH GOP tried to ram down their throats?
I guess I should be surprised by a Republican party that called it a "victory" when only one of three GOP members of the WI Congress were recalled?
they swear up and down the vote was bought.

two to one?? sure!!

the voters have spoken and public unions stay!

what is the republican response to union corruption??

end collective bargaining for all!!! what a bunch of nazis

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