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February 26, 2013


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Stephen Braunginn

Russ Feingold, as of now, has no interest in re-entering elected politics. That's the public view so we should hold his name back. There is a way to beat Walker but we need a complete reorganization of the state Dem Party. Am I the only one that thinks it's weird that the president and Tammy Baldwin won in this state but we can't get a Democratic Senate, Assembly or governor? Whoever runs must have the best methods to help rural WI residents learn that Walker is not for them. That's the message. That's why Walker's numbers are sinking; people are learning but not enough. We need a "Pat Lucey" Democrat. To reiterate, Russ is not running...yet, so let's move on.


Johnson is so toast. I can't stand him because I know he's not intelligent enough to be a United States Senator and yet he carries himself with such confidence.

Checking Hillary Clinton? Really?

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