Wis. GOP holds off Democrats in recal...

Wis. GOP holds off Democrats in recall elections

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GOP holds off Democrats in recall elections Two men cast their votes for the 32nd Senate District recall election Tuesday, Aug.

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Excellent

Saint Louis, MO

#1 Aug 10, 2011
Personally I can't wait for the next recall-DEMONcRATS!
Go Walker

West Bend, WI

#2 Dec 16, 2011
You are not even worth my time to respond!

Your "freebies" at my expense are coming to an end!
Go Walker

West Bend, WI

#3 Dec 25, 2011
YEA~~~~~Go Walker
rider

Marquette, MI

#5 Dec 28, 2011
Go Walker wrote:
YEA~~~~~Go Walker
Great moments you may have missed...

http://prorev.com/bush.htm Behind the Bushes online book

“Come and get it! ”

Since: Jan 09

Traverse City

#6 Dec 30, 2011
rider wrote:
<quoted text> Great moments you may have missed...
http://prorev.com/bush.htm Behind the Bushes online book
Keep moving, spam-boy.
rider

Marquette, MI

#7 Dec 31, 2011
Sneaky Pete wrote:
<quoted text>
Keep moving, spam-boy.
You bring nothing but shame to America!
rider

Marquette, MI

#8 Dec 31, 2011
Sneaky Pete wrote:
<quoted text>
Keep moving, spam-boy.
rider

Marquette, MI

#9 Dec 31, 2011
Excellent wrote:
Personally I can't wait for the next recall-DEMONcRATS!
http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/False%20Religi...
rider

Marquette, MI

#10 Dec 31, 2011
rider

Marquette, MI

#11 Dec 31, 2011
ery once in a while, prominent people say things they don't think will be heard. Apparently, President Obama went off on the Republicans, John Boehner and Paul Ryan when a mic was open that he didn't know about.

I actually think Obama's comments were juicy and terrific -- mostly on the mark and sincere.

I particularly like this part of the Obama clip on Paul Ryan and the "two wars that were unpaid for" that Ryan voted for:

When Paul Ryan says his priority is to make sure... he's just being America's accountant and trying to be responsible-- this is the same guy that voted for two wars that were unpaid for, voted for the Bush tax cuts that were unpaid for, voted for the prescription drug bill that cost as much as my health care bill--but wasn't paid for.
It is good for President Obama to remind people that the Iraq War, the Afghanistan War, and now the Libya War are not being offset by either tax increases or cuts in spending. These very expensive wars are nonetheless undermining the economic solvency of the country.

In the first Gulf War, President George H.W. Bush got Japan to send the U.S. a check for $13 billion to pay for that war -- which actually resulted in a small profit. Wars shouldn't be run for profits, but wars should not be pursued without a more serious study of the economic vulnerabilities they create.
rider

Marquette, MI

#12 Dec 31, 2011
Eugenics began as a breeding science for horses in the late 19th century in the US. In the early 1900s No. Carolina and Virginia used it to control the population of humans that were deemed inferior though mental; retardation and handicapped. Hitler's Nazi Germany showe an interest in eugenics and expanded its use to control the population of those deemed unfit or unnecessary people: handicapped, gypsies, indigents, slavs, and Jews. This is the core of the Master Race way of thinking and it is alive and well in our world today. One can understand the need for birth control in today's world but who gets sterilized and who doesn't is not always a voluntary decision. The survivors make up the master race; the characteristics of which are highly defined by race purists. Here is a brief history.

General Draper was George Bush's guru on the population question. But there was also Draper's money--from that uniquely horrible source--and Draper's connections on Wall Street and abroad. Draper's son and heir, William H. Draper III, was co-chairman for finance (chief of fundraising) of the Bush-for-President national campaign organization in 1980. With George Bush in the White House, the younger Draper heads up the depopulation activities of the United Nations throughout the world.

The experiment worked as follows. All children enrolled in the school district of Winston-Salem, N.C., were given a special intelligence test. Those children who scored below a certain arbitrary low mark were then cut open and surgically sterilized. These are quotes from the official story of the project:

In Winston-Salem and in [nearby] Orange County, North Carolina, the Sterilization League's field committee had participated in testing projects to identify school age children who should be considered for sterilization. The project in Orange County was conducted by the University of North Carolina and was financed by a Mr. Hanes, a friend of Clarence Gamble and supporter of the field work project in North Carolina. The Winston-Salem project was also financed by Hanes. Hanes was underwear mogul James Gordon Hanes, a trustee of Bowman Gray Medical School.

The medical school had a long history of interest in eugenics and had compiled extensive histories of families carrying inheritable disease. In 1946, Dr. C. Nash Herndon ... made a statement to the press on the use of sterilization to prevent the spread of inheritable diseases....

http://www.tribalmessenger.org/t-secret-gov/e ...

“Come and get it! ”

Since: Jan 09

Traverse City

#13 Jan 1, 2012
rider wrote:
<quoted text> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =E71JOLPGV6IXX
www.GoScrewYourself.com
billman44

Thief River Falls, MN

#15 Jan 17, 2012
You ignorant cheesehead [email protected]! You want to get rid of a true leader because he makes some unpopular decisions within the rights of his job? Lets take a look at what his leadership has accomplished:

Results:
-Unemployment is down to 7.3% from 7.9% a year ago
-Wisconsin has added 40,000 jobs since Walker took office
-Wisconsin showed job growth more than twice the national rate
-Wisconsin property taxes are down an average of 1% this year, after an average annual increase of 5.5% for the past 5 years
-Nationwide, in 2010, Wisconsin was ranked 41st among states for doing business. This year, the state is ranked 24th. The fastest increase in the country.

For the first time in my lifetime of 44 years< i feel like wisconsin is doing something right instead of just being a deadbeat welfare state! Go Gov. Walker. We need him in the white house. Maybe we can do a recall on obama!!!

Since: Mar 09

The Left Coast

#16 Jun 2, 2012
Hey, it was a great ride for the public employee unions. Even they knew there would be an end to the gravy train someday. Or, WI can just raise income and property taxes, let the unions decide how much they want, and continue on for a few more years.
lincolnliberal

Portage, MI

#17 Jun 2, 2012
RustyS wrote:
Hey, it was a great ride for the public employee unions. Even they knew there would be an end to the gravy train someday. Or, WI can just raise income and property taxes, let the unions decide how much they want, and continue on for a few more years.
is the S for suckass? It's one thing to take the gravy away and quite another to take someone's right to bargain for gravy.

Since: Mar 09

The Left Coast

#18 Jun 2, 2012
lincolnliberal wrote:
<quoted text>is the S for suckass? It's one thing to take the gravy away and quite another to take someone's right to bargain for gravy.
The S is for Smart. As in smart enough to know how unions really work today, as opposed to how they were supposed to work. The 'bargaining' power is actually 'political' power where they give you some leftovers.
The Progressive Warrior

Hazen, ND

#19 Jun 3, 2012
The great thing is taxpayers get to pay for both the union bosses and the left overs.
rwestupid

Fort Recovery, OH

#22 Jun 4, 2012
This isn't just about Wis. its about the unions gutting the coffers of the taxpayers with unsustainable pensions. The unreasonable demands and outrageous retirements and benefits are what has caused this. When a union person makes 2X what the average taxpayer makes doing the same job yet the taxpayer is made to pay the for the public worker it was bound to catch up with bankrupting the states. People are tired of the imbalance between the two and the double dipping. The public union worker works 20 yrs retires with a huge % of what he was making and then enters the private workforce and works long enough to get SS. I know b/c my brother did this. People need to understand that there are less people paying into the kitty to pay these benefits. Its economics 101.
yep

United States

#23 Jun 4, 2012
rwestupid wrote:
This isn't just about Wis. its about the unions gutting the coffers of the taxpayers with unsustainable pensions. The unreasonable demands and outrageous retirements and benefits are what has caused this. When a union person makes 2X what the average taxpayer makes doing the same job yet the taxpayer is made to pay the for the public worker it was bound to catch up with bankrupting the states. People are tired of the imbalance between the two and the double dipping. The public union worker works 20 yrs retires with a huge % of what he was making and then enters the private workforce and works long enough to get SS. I know b/c my brother did this. People need to understand that there are less people paying into the kitty to pay these benefits. Its economics 101.
most of what you state is true.
but tell me this. why did walker not cut the police and fire people? they make more than all the rest.
rider

Gwinn, MI

#28 Jun 5, 2012
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