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A Reckoning in Wisconsin

It was supposed to be razor close in the Wisconsin recall election. It wasn’t. What we saw Tuesday night wasn’t just a defeat of public unions and Democrat Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barret. It was more than a thumping. It was a reckoning long over due.

Governor Walker was very gracious in his victory speech. Watch as he points the way forward for Wisconsin and the rest of country:


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It is Wednesday morning in America. It is a day for conservatives to celebrate a game-changing election but only for a little while. There is heavy lifting ahead to take care of job one.

We are coming for you and your friends, President Obama. November 6, 2012. Mark it.

texasgalt
Texas native. Conservative small businessman with 31 years experience. Government should roll back the nanny state. No country can tax its way to prosperity. The question isn't who will let me but who will stop me?

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  1. Walker shows the type of political courage that appeals across the board. Only the most craven are immune to his story of accomplishment and integrity.

    Converting Democrats into Independents is only the first step. They need to be moved into the fighting ranks of the side of right if we want to save the country.

  2. I know one thing.  I’m taking a couple of victory laps — and somehow managing to do so without divulging national secrets or blowing ongoing and future operations, AND without a teleprompter telling me when to tell dirty jokes.

    After victory laps, on to help Ted Cruz over the hump against the GOP establishment squish.

  1. Walker shows the type of political courage that appeals across the board. Only the most craven are immune to his story of accomplishment and integrity.

    Converting Democrats into Independents is only the first step. They need to be moved into the fighting ranks of the side of right if we want to save the country.

  2. I know one thing.  I’m taking a couple of victory laps — and somehow managing to do so without divulging national secrets or blowing ongoing and future operations, AND without a teleprompter telling me when to tell dirty jokes.

    After victory laps, on to help Ted Cruz over the hump against the GOP establishment squish.

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