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February 28, 2012


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Do you see a WI senate race that looks anything close to the one Rasmussen sees?

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Yeah. Great news for our nation if we can get Walker out. It will be a big defeat for the Koch billionaires against middle class workers.


Ya get walker out, we want to look just like our neighbor to the south. We want to bankrupt our state and give a bunch of babies their way because they deserve it. Let us not forget all the union workers who would have lost their jobs if Walker had not done, what he did. But the education of those new union workers math doesn't work very well because it is a LIFO method when it comes to unions. That means for all you non-business minds, yes all you government employees that those at the bottom of the food chain would have lost your jobs. No, matter to you becuase you are losing money, and the man took our money! He lied check your fact he said what he was going to do your unions put it in their flyers and the Milwaukee paper published it long before Walker was elected. Lets not let the facts get in the way, I mean almost completley balancing a 3.6 billion budget deficit in 1 year, amazing!

But, wait till the numbers come out they are going to be much worse than Walker has been saying. If they are all I have to say is it is better to have an income at a reduced rate than no job at all. Somebody has to pay the bills, oh wait Illinois isn't anymore they are in default on pensions. Welcome home budget deficits and kicking the can down the road and eventual bankruptsy.

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