CAUGHT ON TAPE! Wendy Davis & Obamacare Navigators BGTX Mock TX AG GregAbbott’s Disability, Ignore Voter Fraud

January 23, 2014 at 1:14 pm

James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas continues to expose the rampant corruption and bile within the democrat party.

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(VeritasVisuals – YouTube) –While investigating Obamacare Navigators, Battleground Texas, and their connection to Obama’s Organizing for America, we caught some deeply offensive comments on tape.

Wendy Davis and Battleground Texas supporters are seen on camera making statements such as “Since he’s in a wheelchair and most the slogans are “Stand with Wendy” and “Stand with Texas Women”, isn’t that amazing to think of? He’s in a wheelchair and we want to stand with Wendy?”

In another instance they say, “Greg Abbott (The Attorney General of Texas) is not, he’s really not a sure thing, and he’s really not real electable. First of all he’s not good looking, he doesn’t speak very well, he doesn’t have a good personality, and he’s in a wheelchair.”

But that’s not it. When asked about forging signatures on absentee ballots, Deputy Voter Registrar and attorney Lisa Wortham covered her ears and then went on to admit, “I’ve seen people do that all the time.” Battleground Texas volunteer Celeste Grahm then added, “I don’t think it’s legal but I didn’t hear you say that.”

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WTF?! An Obama Executive Order Enabling Election Rigging???

April 3, 2013 at 4:08 pm

Allen West:

Obama’s Executive Order, issued last Thursday, to establish a Presidential Commission of Election Administration potentially altering the future of national elections –well, you have the recipe for tyranny.

The executive order text in full (note there is no assigned number ):

The White House

Office of the Press Secretary

For Immediate Release
March 28, 2013

Executive Order — Establishment of the Presidential Commission of Election Administration


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By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and in order to promote the efficient administration of Federal elections and to improve the experience of all voters, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Establishment. There is established the Presidential Commission on Election Administration (Commission).

Sec. 2. Membership. (a) The Commission shall be composed of not more than nine members appointed by the President. The members shall be drawn from among distinguished individuals with knowledge about or experience in the administration of State or local elections, as well as representatives of successful customer service-oriented businesses, and any other individuals with knowledge or experience determined by the President to be of value to the Commission.

(b) The President shall designate two members of the Commission to serve as Co-Chairs.

Sec. 3. Mission. (a) The Commission shall identify best practices and otherwise make recommendations to promote the efficient administration of elections in order to ensure that all eligible voters have the opportunity to cast their ballots without undue delay, and to improve the experience of voters facing other obstacles in casting their ballots, such as members of the military, overseas voters, voters with disabilities, and voters with limited English proficiency.

In doing so, the Commission shall consider as appropriate:

(i) the number, location, management, operation, and design of polling places;

(ii) the training, recruitment, and number of poll workers;

(iii) voting accessibility for uniformed and overseas voters;

(iv) the efficient management of voter rolls and poll books;

(v) voting machine capacity and technology;

(vi) ballot simplicity and voter education;

(vii) voting accessibility for individuals with disabilities, limited English proficiency, and other special needs;

(viii) management of issuing and processing provisional ballots in the polling place on Election Day;

(ix) the issues presented by the administration of absentee ballot programs;

(x) the adequacy of contingency plans for natural disasters and other emergencies that may disrupt elections; and

(xi) other issues related to the efficient administration of elections that the Co-Chairs agree are necessary and appropriate to the Commission’s work.

(b) The Commission shall be advisory in nature and shall submit a final report to the President within 6 months of the date of the Commission’s first public meeting.

Sec. 4. Administration. (a) The Commission shall hold public meetings and engage with Federal, State, and local officials, technical advisors, and nongovernmental organizations, as necessary to carry out its mission.

(b) In carrying out its mission, the Commission shall be informed by, and shall strive to avoid duplicating, the efforts of other governmental entities.

(c) The Commission shall have a staff, which shall provide support for the functions of the Commission.

Sec. 5. Termination. The Commission shall terminate 30 days after it presents its final report to the President.

Sec. 6. General Provisions. (a) To the extent permitted by law, and subject to the availability of appropriations, the General Services Administration shall provide the Commission with such administrative services, funds, facilities, staff, equipment, and other support services as may be necessary to carry out its mission on a reimbursable basis.

(b) Insofar as the Federal Advisory Committee Act, as amended (5 U.S.C. App.) (the “Act”), may apply to the Commission, any functions of the President under that Act, except for those in section 6 of the Act, shall be performed by the Administrator of General Services.

(c) Members of the Commission shall serve without any additional compensation for their work on the Commission, but shall be allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, to the extent permitted by law for persons serving intermittently in the Government service (5 U.S.C. 5701-5707).

(d) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the authority granted by law to a department, agency, or the head thereof; or

(ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(e) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.


“Those who vote decide nothing. Those who count the vote decide everything.”
- Josef Stalin

What say you?

Marco Rubio’s RNC Speech [Full Video & Text]

August 31, 2012 at 11:30 am

An inspirational speech from someone, who by virtue of a grandfather who fled Castro’s Cuba with his family, exemplifies the American Dream.

[Obama's] ideas don’t move us “Forward,” they take us “Backwards.”
These are tired and old big government ideas. Ideas that people come to America to get away from. Ideas that threaten to make America more like the rest of the world, instead of helping the world become more like America.

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio speaking at the republican National Convention August 30, 2012 Tampa, Florida.

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In 1980, I watched my first Republican convention with my grandfather.

He was born to a farming family in rural Cuba. Childhood polio left him permanently disabled.

Because he couldn’t work the farm, his family sent him to school, and he became the only one in the family who could read.

As a boy, I would sit on our porch and listen to his stories about history, politics and baseball while he puffed on one of his three daily Padron cigars.

I don’t recall everything we talked about, but the one thing I remember, is the one thing he wanted me to never forget. The dreams he had when he was young became impossible to achieve.

But there was no limit to how far I could go, because I was an American

For those of us who were born and raised in this country, it’s easy to forget how special America is. But my grandfather understood how different America is from the rest of the world, because he knew what life was like outside America.

Tonight, you’ll hear from another man who understands what makes America exceptional.

Mitt Romney knows America’s prosperity didn’t happen because our government simply spent more. It happened because our people used their own money to open a business. And when they succeed, they hire more people, who then invest or spend their money in the economy, helping others start a business and create jobs.

Mitt Romney’s success in business is well known. But he’s more than that.

He’s a devoted husband, father and grandfather. A generous member of his community and church.

Everywhere he’s been, he’s volunteered his time and talent to make things better for those around him.

We are blessed that soon, he will be the president of the United States.

Our problem with President Obama isn’t that he’s a bad person. By all accounts, he too is a good husband, and a good father — and thanks to lots of practice, a pretty good golfer.

Our problem is he’s a bad president.

The new slogan for the president’s campaign is “Forward.”

A government that spends $1 trillion more than it takes in.

An $800 billion stimulus that created more debt than jobs.

A government intervention into health care paid for with higher taxes and cuts to Medicare.

Scores of new rules and regulations.

These ideas don’t move us “Forward,” they take us “Backwards.”

These are tired and old big government ideas. Ideas that people come to America to get away from. Ideas that threaten to make America more like the rest of the world, instead of helping the world become more like America.

Under Barack Obama, the only “Change” is that “Hope” has been hard to find.

Now millions of Americans are insecure about their future. But instead of inspiring us by reminding us of what makes us special, he divides us against each other.

He tells Americans they’re worse off because others are better off. That people got rich by making others poor.

Hope and Change has become Divide and Conquer.

No matter how you feel about President Obama, this election is about your future, not his. And it’s not simply a choice between a Democrat and a Republican.

It’s a choice about what kind of country we want America to be.

As we prepare to make this choice, we should remember what made us special. For most of history almost everyone was poor. Power and wealth belonged to only a few.

Your rights were whatever your rulers allowed you to have. Your future was determined by your past.

If your parents were poor, so would you be. If you were born without opportunities, so were your children.

But America was founded on the principle that every person has God-given rights. That power belongs to the people. That government exists to protect our rights and serve our interests.
That we shouldn’t be trapped in the circumstances of our birth. That we should be free to go as far as our talents and work can take us.

We are special because we’ve been united not by a common race or ethnicity. We’re bound together by common values. That family is the most important institution in society. That almighty God is the source of all we have.

Special, because we’ve never made the mistake of believing that we are so smart that we can rely solely on our leaders or our government.

Our national motto is “In God we Trust,” reminding us that faith in our Creator is the most important American value of all.

And special because we’ve always understood the scriptural admonition that “for everyone to whom much is given, from him much will be required.”

We are a blessed people. And we have honored those blessings with the enduring example of an exceptional America.

I know that for so many of you, these last few years have tested your faith in the promise of America.

Maybe you are at an age when you thought you would be entering retirement. But now, because your savings and investments are wiped out, your future is uncertain.

Maybe, after years of hard work, this was the time you expected to be your prime earning years. But instead, you’ve been laid off, and your house is worth less than your mortgage.

Maybe you did everything you were told you needed to do to get ahead. You studied hard and finished school. But now, you owe thousands of dollars in student loans. You can’t find a job in your field. And you’ve moved back in with your parents.

You want to believe we’re still that place where anything is possible. But things just don’t seem to be getting better. And you are starting to wonder if things will ever be the same again.

Yes, we live in a troubled time. But the story of those who came before us reminds us that America has always been about new beginnings.

And Mitt Romney is running for president because he knows that if we are willing to do for our children what our parents did for us, life in America can be better than it has ever been.

My mother was one of seven girls whose parents went to bed hungry so their children wouldn’t. My father lost his mother when he was nine. He left school and went to work for the next 70 years.

They emigrated to America with little more than the hope of a better life.

My dad was a bartender. My mom was a cashier, a maid and a stock clerk at K-Mart. They never made it big. They were never rich. And yet they were successful. Because just a few decades removed from hopelessness, they made possible for us all the things that had been impossible for them.

Many nights I heard my father’s keys jingling at the door as he came home after another 16-hour day. Many mornings, I woke up just as my mother got home from the overnight shift at K-Mart

When you’re young, the meaning of moments like these escapes you. But now, as my own children get older, I understand it better.

My Dad used to tell us: “En este pais, ustedes van a poder lograr todas las cosas que nosotros no pudimos” “In this country, you will be able to accomplish all the things we never could.”

A few years ago during a speech, I noticed a bartender behind a portable bar at the back of the ballroom. I remembered my father who had worked for many years as a banquet bartender.

He was grateful for the work he had, but that’s not the life he wanted for us.

He stood behind a bar in the back of the room all those years, so one day I could stand behind a podium in the front of a room.

That journey, from behind that bar to behind this podium, goes to the essence of the American miracle — that we’re exceptional not because we have more rich people here.

We’re special because dreams that are impossible anywhere else, come true here.

That’s not just my story. That’s your story. That’s our story.

It’s the story of your mother who struggled to give you what she never had.

It’s the story of your father who worked two jobs so doors closed for him would open for you.

The story of that teacher or that coach who taught you the lessons that shaped who you are today.

And it’s the story of a man who was born into an uncertain future in a foreign country. His family came to America to escape revolution.

They struggled through poverty and the great depression. And yet he rose to be an admired businessman, and public servant.

And in November, his son, Mitt Romney, will be elected President of the United States.

We are all just a generation or two removed from someone who made our future the purpose of their lives.

America is the story of everyday people who did extraordinary things. A story woven deep into the fabric of our society.

Their stories may never be famous, but in the lives they lived, you find the living essence of America’s greatness. To make sure America is still a place where tomorrow is always better than yesterday, that is what our politics should be about.

And that is what we are deciding in this election.

Do we want our children to inherit our hopes and dreams, or do we want them to inherit our problems?

Mitt Romney believes that if we succeed in changing the direction of our country, our children and grandchildren will be the most prosperous generation ever, and their achievements will astonish the world.

The story of our time will be written by Americans who haven’t yet been born.

Let’s make sure they write that we did our part. That in the early years of this new century, we lived in an uncertain time. But we did not allow fear to cause us to abandon what made us special.

We chose more freedom instead of more government.

We chose the principles of our founding to solve the challenges of our time.

We chose a special man to lead us in a special time.

We chose Mitt Romney to lead our nation.

And because we did, the American Miracle lived on for another generation to inherit.”

Obama’s Campaign Manager Jim Messina Was Creator Of Infamous AntiGay Campaign Ad??

June 16, 2012 at 12:19 pm

O’s campaign manager (and former Obama White House Chief-of-Staff) Jim Messina takes the left-wing motto; “By any means necessary” — literally.

Jimbo plays to win. Even when winning depends on according to Salon’s David Sirota, “crafting one of the most homophobic [campaign]ads in American history“.

(Business Week) –Messina will go a long way to win, as the two leading stories from his Montana career suggest. Both involve the 2002 Senate race he ran for Baucus, a Democrat seeking reelection in a terrible year for Democrats. To protect Baucus, Messina had him refuse to participate in any debate that didn’t also include a fringe third-party candidate who’d inadvertently dyed his skin blue with homemade antibiotics—a guaranteed distraction.

The other story involved his Republican challenger, a state senator named Mike Taylor, who was the target of an ad so devastating it got national attention. The ad charged Taylor with having embezzled student loans from a cosmetology school he’d owned in the 1980s. But its force lay in the music and imagery. Set to a porn soundtrack, it featured snippets of an old television ad for Taylor’s hair salon that showed the candidate clad in a medallioned, open-shirted disco outfit, massaging lotion into another man’s face, and then appearing to reach toward the man’s crotch, as a narrator intoned, “Not the way we do business in Montana.”

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“Jim is tough,” Baucus says. “I’ll never forget when he showed me that ad. We were in Bozeman in a motel. The curtains were drawn. He said, ‘Max, what do you think?’ They were afraid I wasn’t going to like it. I loved it!”

Humiliated, Taylor quit the race, and Baucus sailed to victory. “I found out quickly from Messina that there was no honor in politics,” Taylor says in an e-mail.

The Obama campaign’s post-exposure response via BuzzFeed:

When asked for comment, the Obama campaign produced an email from a top supporter in the gay rights movement, defending Messina and comparing his record to that of the president’s.

“With the exception of the President himself, the LGBT community has had no greater champion or advocate within the administration than Jim Messina,”

Joe Solmonese, HRC [‘Human Rights Campaign’s’ former –Ed.] president and Obama campaign’s national co-chair emailed BuzzFeed. “In the fight to repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, I had the honor of working by Jim’s side throughout the entire process. No one that I know was more proud of that accomplishment or more visibly moved on the day of its passage than Jim. I’m proud to call him a friend.”

Illegal Aliens Caught Voting and Stealing Elections In Florida In Vast Numbers

June 12, 2012 at 2:57 pm

Did you know?

“County supervisors of elections…have no way to verify citizenship. Under the 1992 Motor Voter law they are not required to ask for proof.”

Can we say hidden agenda? “Yes we can”.


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Uploaded to YouTube on Apr 4, 2012.

And speaking of the “Motor Voter” law:

July 2010: Lawlessness at the DOJ: Voting Section Told Not To Enforce Purging the Dead or Ineligible from Voting Rolls

A lesser-known provision [of the “Motor Voter” law –Ed.] also obliged the states to ensure that no ineligible voters were on the rolls — including dead people, felons, and people who had moved. Our current Department of Justice is anxious to encourage the obligations to get everyone registered, but explicitly unwilling to enforce federal law requiring states to remove the dead or ineligible from the rolls.

In November 2009,the entire Voting Section was invited to a meeting with Deputy Assistant Attorney General Julie Fernandes,a political employee serving at the pleasure of the attorney general. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss Motor Voter enforcement decisions.

The room was packed with dozens of Voting Section employees when she made her announcement regarding the provisions related to voter list integrity:

We have no interest in enforcing this provision of the law. It has nothing to do with increasing turnout,and we are just not going to do it.


Absolutely infuriating.

More from the Miami Herald:

Gov. Rick Scott’s administration created a mess by trying to get rid of noncitizen voters.

And President Barack Obama’s administration helped him do it.

First, Obama’s Department of Homeland Security stonewalled the state’s noncitizen voter hunt for almost nine months by refusing Florida access to an immigration database. Then, on Thursday, Obama’s Justice Department ordered the purge to halt, in part because time had run out.

So to recap: The feds delayed and then said “time expired” under a law it selectively enforces.

And it’s not the only selective reading by the feds.

A 1996 immigration crackdown law gives Florida the right to access the Homeland Security database known as SAVE, which stands for “Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements.” The federal law provides for “customer agencies to use SAVE for any legal purpose such as background investigations and voter registration.”

Continued >>>

Also see:

Florida Sues Homeland Security Over Access to Citizen Database

53,000 Dead Voters Found in Florida

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DNC Debbie Tries To Spin Obama’s Failed “Deployment” Of “His Entire Machinery” In Wisconsin Into Gold

June 8, 2012 at 10:58 pm

End result, ‘fools gold’.

DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, does not wear chutzpa well.

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Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz chairs the Democratic National Committee. She hasn’t spoken since the failed recall. She joins me now.

Welcome, congresswoman.

REP. DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ, DNC CHAIR: Thank you, Piers. It’s great to be with you tonight.

MORGAN: I don’t know if you listened to Donald Rumsfeld there, but he concluded that the only possible reason President Obama didn’t go down to Wisconsin to try and win this thing is because he knew he’d lose. Your thoughts?

WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: Well, I wouldn’t — it’s not really surprising that the secretary would say something like that. The president deployed his entire machinery, grassroots machinery on the ground in Wisconsin, 40 offices, more than a million and a half dollars, our key neighborhood team leaders and volunteers. And we put an unprecedented effort of grassroots into this recall.

We came up short, but at the same — of the ultimate goal, which was to make sure that Governor Walker couldn’t adopt his extremist policies and continue to hurt middle class and working families. But we did apparently succeed in flipping the state Senate. The state Senate is likely now to be controlled by the Democrats.

[Not so fast Deb, you are spinning so fast, I think your brain short circuited.]

So we’re going to be able to stop Governor Walker from being able to really continue to pursue those extremist policies. So ultimately we were at least in part successful. We’re — what we demonstrated, Piers, was that Democrats are not going to just lay down and allow the middle class and working families and workers to get run over when an extremist governor has run amuck.

MORGAN: You keep calling him this great extremist who everyone apparently is terrified of and everything else, but the reality is he won. He won pretty convincingly. So the only people laying down, it would seem to everyone else, are the Democrats on this. How are you claiming some kind of weird victory out of all this?

WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: There’s nothing weird about flipping the state senate. Last year, there were recalls of state senators that were put on the ballot and there were recalls last night. As a result of those victories, the state Senate has gone from being Republican to very likely being Democrat now. And really I’m certainly not going to call it a victory. Like I said, we lost the actual recall of the governor, but –

MORGAN: Let me just jump in there. That is my point. If you keep calling him an extremist, but you accept that he won, what does that say about the people in Wisconsin? Are they all a bunch of mad extremists?

WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: No. What it says is that voters look at a recall very differently than they look at a straight up election. If you look at the exit polling, about 70 percent of the voters that cast ballots yesterday were uncomfortable in some way with the actual recall of a governor.

So while they didn’t like his policies, they didn’t think that they were comfortable with a recall. At the end of the day, I think if you asked any Republican governor in the country if they would trade places with Scott Walker for the last year, and if they would, if they had it to do it over again, take the same steps that Scott Walker did and had to go through a full recall and –

MORGAN: You could argue Scott Walker’s probably thrilled that he had to go through it now, because it’s made him a national superstar. It’s revved up his party. He’s the hero of the hour. So I would imagine he’s thinking, bring on the recalls. Let’s move on to –

WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: No, I can’t imagine that he would be saying that. Most governors in the country wouldn’t trade places with him having to raise 31 million dollars, and really having to spend the last year defending policies –

MORGAN: I suspect Scott Walker’s chuffed to bits tonight….

The moral of the story is, that support for Gov. Scott Walker was highly successful in –neutering –Obama’s –”entire machinery”.

Walker coming out victorious in the recall election has “revved up” the GOP. And we have the Democrats, who were the ones to draw first blood, to thank for that. They started it and Walker finished it with a bang.

And the rest is history.

2010 & 2012 Wisconsin Dems Top Recipients Of Out-Of-State Contributions — In 2010 Barrett 13% vs Walker 7%

June 6, 2012 at 3:02 pm

While Wisconsin Gov. Walker (R) opponents have been bitching and moaning about his having received ‘out-of-state’ contributions, making for an ‘unfair’ recall election, data from the 2010 election (and so far in the 2012 election cycle) shows that Wisconsin Democrats top the list of out-of-state contributions (data below the fold). Fancy that!

The Wisconsin left has also conveniently forgotten:

(PolitiFact Wisconsin) –Milwaukee’s Democratic mayor accuses Walker of being “beholden to out-of-state special interests.”
In the 2010 governor’s race, Walker raised just 7 percent of his funds from outside of Wisconsin, compared with 13 percent for Barrett, according to the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

Over the past 10 years among gubernatorial candidates who raised at least $100,000, those collecting the largest proportion from out of state were the late Ed Thompson, a Libertarian and brother of former Gov. Tommy Thompson, in 2002 (23 percent of $453,000); and former Democratic Gov. Jim Doyle [Scott Walker’s predecessor. Served from 1/6/03 to 1/3/11 –Ed.] in 2006 (21 percent of $7.17 million).
Barrett has claimed that 60 to 70 percent of Walker’s contributions came from outside of Wisconsin; that’s on target only if you consider just the $13 million Walker received in 2012. Two-thirds of Walker’s money came from out of state during that period. But overall, as we noted, 57 percent of contributions to Walker since January 2011 came from out of state.

Walker has stressed that most of his contributions are small, saying 76 percent of them were $50 or less. We found he’s essentially correct. To put it another way, 73 percent of his $25 million came from donations of $50 and less.

We wondered whether the size of the average contribution to Walker is larger than that to Barrett, given that Walker has collected six-figure checks. We found that is not the case.

Out-of-State contributions are only unfair and evvvvil when a Republican candidate is the recipient. Dontcha know…

The aforementioned data:

(Open Secrets) Wisconsin: Congressional Races 2012 Election cycle:

(Open Secrets) Wisconsin: Congressional Races 2010 Election

Bonus Data:
(Open Secrets) Top Recipients of Out-of-State Contributions House and Senate Incumbents (National) election cycle 2010:

House: Dems and GOP tied at 5-5 — Senate: Dems 7 vs.  GOP 3


Video: Hitler Finds Out Scott Walker Won Wisconsin Recall Election

June 6, 2012 at 12:42 pm

“A bad day at DNC Headquarters”
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Video: Gov. Scott Walker’s Wisconsin Recall Victory Speech

Historic Win! Gov. Scott Walker Survives Recall Election Defeats Democrat Tom Barrett!

Video: Pro-Walker Marine Vet Who Takes On Union Thuggery At Barrett Rally Is Arrested [Updated]

Video: Gov. Scott Walker’s Wisconsin Recall Victory Speech

June 6, 2012 at 11:03 am

June 5, 2012 –a day that will forever live in infamy, for the state of Wisconsin.

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Historic Win! Gov. Scott Walker Survives Recall Election Defeats Democrat Tom Barrett!

Video: Pro-Walker Marine Vet Who Takes On Union Thuggery At Barrett Rally Is Arrested [Updated]

Historic Win! Gov. Scott Walker Survives Recall Election Defeats Democrat Tom Barrett!

June 5, 2012 at 10:35 pm

Big labor’s BIG loss. Walker’s rival; union thug pal Tom Barrett’s epic smack down in living color.

Election results map reflects 83% of all precincts reporting.

Visit Milwaukee JSOnline for latest updates.

Republican Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch also survives recall attempt.

With the exception of this last minute ‘kiss of death’ tweet, Obama gave Tom Barrett the cold shoulder, treating him like a political leper.

What a shame O’s tweet didn’t give Barrett the push he needed. It was so passionate and eloquent. A Twitter literary masterpiece, for sure…

To which Wisconsinite Reince Priebus, Chairman of the RNC responded:

The single tweet gave Republicans a chance to remind people that, while Obama may back Barrett, he hasn’t campaigned for him personally.

Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, replied to Obama on Twitter: “Bold tweet from the President who wouldn’t actually campaign with him or step foot in Wisconsin.”

Keep track of the State Senate recall results here. As of this time, 3 out of the 4 GOP Senators have won, with one remaining on top with 55% to 45% / 28 of 60 Precincts Reporting – 47%.

Update: The GOP Won 3 out of 4 State Senate seats. With Van Wanggaard (49%) being the lone loser in a close race to John Lehman (51%) in District 21.

Latest Walker vs. Barrett results 3422 of 3424 Precincts Reporting – 99%

FYI: Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is the FIRST governor in U.S. history to survive a recall election.

Let this be a lesson:

The MacIver Institute reports that  Big Labor’s Scott Walker recall expenditure total exceeded 20 million. Money down the drain…

Update 2: Final Wisconsin recall election results via Real Clear Politics.