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Democracy Dies. Girly Man Cries.

Someone get this precious little snowflake a tissue.

I suggest that this man skip over the border and move to Canada if that’s the way he feels. He is apparently incapable of accepting the reality that the power play against the citizens of Wisconsin was an epic FAIL and that the voters made that loud and clear.

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Battle for Wisconsin Update

HUGE voter turnout.

According to the Waukesha Patch….

“At 6:30 we already had our first lady in line,” said Jane Neill, chief inspector at the Waukesha West High School polling location. “And we had a line before we opened at 7.”

Within the first hour of the polls opening at West, 306 voters had already cast ballots, which is 10 percent turnout for that location.

Neill said the line to vote stretched to the street very early in the morning, which signaled a massive turnout. She said the line wasn’t even as long that early for the 2008 presidential election.

What does it mean? Considering that half of teachers, when given the chance to opt out of automatic Union dues withholding, chose to do so. That, combined with the improving economic conditions in Wisconsin, are very encouraging signs.

 

Tuesday, May 8th. A Tremendously Bad Day for Democrats.

Yes, you know of the prison inmate who received 41% of the vote in the West Virginia Democrat’s primary against the incumbent Preezy.

Yes, you know that Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s recall primary resulted in him receiving more votes than all of the Democrats, COMBINED.  In a basically meaningless primary for Republicans.

And yes, you know that Democrat Senator Richard Lugar, got WUPPED in the Indiana primary.  Saddleburr, you idiot, Lugar wasn’t a Democrat.  He was a Republican.  UmmmmmKay.  Determining Richard Lugar’s party affiliation is kind of like determining the sex of a field mouse.  It requires a magnifying glass.  He’s a Democrat, for all intents and purposes.  You say he’s a Republican.  I say that I forgot my magnifying glass.

But did you know that a Republican won the Democrat Lt. Governors’ primary in Brookfield, Wisconsin yesterday? 

That’s correct.  A Republican……won a Democrat primary.

As I pointed out in my post about the Wisconsin chaos back on April 13th, if each race didn’t have a primary entry in the recall process, the law stated that a general election would be held.  Meaning, there could be a mix of primary and general election races on the same day.  Democrat engineered chaos.

To prevent this clusterflub, the Wisconsin Republican Party fielded “fake Democrats” to make sure that every election was a Primary.

Enter one Isaac Weix, “fake Democrat”.  He actually won 44% of the vote, beating the other two “real Democrats” in that district.  Mind you, this is a Republican district, and that Mahlon Mitchell, another “real Democrat”, won the race statewide and will face current Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch in the general election on June 5th.

But Weix won that district. 

Spectacular.

The Democrats had a horrendous day yesterday and I can barely wipe the grin off my face.

We, at Disrupt the Narrative, have a special place for fellow Disrupters. 

Well done, Mr. Weix.  And, well done, Wisconsin Republicans.

 

Wisconsin Recall Circus Gets Even Weirder

Remember my post about this turning into a Clown Car, with 14 candidates on the primary ballot for Governor?

Now, pay attention. This is now so convulted that I should draw up a flow chart or something.

Among these candidates are Republicans running in the Democrat primaries and vice versa. And Republicans voting on Democrat ballots and vice versa.

Enter Arthur Kohl-Riggs, running in the Republican primary against Scott Walker, who until just recently was serving pizza at a Children’s Museum. He’s a ‘progressive Republican’.

Arthur Kohl-Riggs. Notice the button. It is the clenched fist of the Occupy/Socialist/Anarchist movement.

His mission? To force Republicans to vote for Scott Walker on the Republican ballot so they don’t cross over and interfere in the Democrat primary selecting the weakest candidate to face the Governor in the recall.

As you may know, the Governor’s is not the only recall vote under way. The Republican Lt. Governor and 3 remaining Republican Senators are also facing recalls. And the Republicans are running their own ‘protest candidates’ on Democratic ballots so that every race has a primary challenge, otherwise the general election in each race could be moved up to the date of the primary date.

Woozy yet?

In other words, the May 8th vote could have been a primary for some races and a general for others.

Oh. And to keep it interesting, in Wisconsin you don’t need to register by party, so apparently you can ask for the Republican ballot for Governor, the Democratic ballot for Lt. Governor, and the Republican ballot for state Senate.

It’s official. Wisconsin is in complete chaos thanks to the Democratic Party.

Read this article from the Waukesha Patch, that delves into the whole messy matter if you dare.

And if you think Wisconsin is the only former-blue-state-gone-red in the grips of raving lunacy, you would be wrong. Michigan Democrats are engineering a recall movement against Governor Rick Snyder.

Hell hath no fury like Democrats scorned.

 

Wisconsin Governor Recall Race Turns into Clown Car

14 candidates filed to be on the ballot for the primary leading up to the recall election of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker today.

I was going to file myself, but I forgot to move to Wisconsin.

But, 3 Republicans, 7 Democrats, 2 Independents, 1 Libertarian and a cigar smoking monkey riding a small dog put in their papers today.

•Arthur Louis Kohl-Riggs (R)
•Michael Mangan (R)
•Patrick O’Brien (R)
•Tom Barrett (D)
•Thomas Elbert (D)
•Kathleen Falk (D)
•Gladys Huber (D)*
•Doug La Follette (D)
•Kathleen Vinehout (D)
•Mick Wynhoff (D)
•Keith Dickinson (I)
•Hariprasad Trivedi (I)
•Nathan Graewin (L)
•Dustin Johnson (Revolution)

Oops. It’s not a cigar smoking monkey riding a small dog. It’s someone from the Revolution Party smoking a cigar and riding a small dog.

Game on.

Well. Maybe not.

In spite of the well coordinated assault against the Governor from public and private sector Unions and the campaign being waged against him straight out of the White House, Walker still enjoys a 50-45% favorable/unfavorable rating and is handily beating all Democrat challengers in the latest poll from Marquette Law School.  And this comes from a poll where not a single participant self identifies as a Republican.

Well don’t that just suck?

Many people, myself included, are looking at this recall tantrum as a precursor to the national election in 2012.  Obama, the Unions and the Democratic Party simply cannot afford to lose this, so look for all of those players to double, then triple down.

It’s going to get really nasty between now and that recall election. 

The good news is that the primary is May 8 and the general is June 5, so the head to head will last less than a month.

One issue the Governor should drive home is that Democratic lawmakers in that state ran away from their responsibilities to attend to their duties, hiding across state lines in a failed bid to prevent a vote to unshackle the people from the outrageous demands of the public sector union mafia, followed by a very expensive cost and outrageous annoyance for the citizens by demanding this special recall election.

You union Democrats are free to bang your spoons on your highchairs in protest.  But you’ve gone and pissed off the voters with this stunt.  You should pay dearly for this.

Disrupt the Narrative will be following this race closely, as should you.

 
 
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