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8 Responses to Yes, Governor Walker is officially running for a third term:

  1. onevote says:

    I look at YouTube, as well as read a lot from mainstream and independant news sites. These Walker ads have suddenly appeared in these past few days, and we’re all supposed to get exited about Foxconn.

    If you don’t, then you’re some kind of anti-American castaway that don’t like Harleys, apple pie, the flag, or Protestant work ethic (religious, yes I am, but not about the Fortune 500).

    Who knew, when voters cast their vote for SKW, our government would turn our Dept. of Commerce into the parent company for Foxconn, or our government would be turned into using an agency to give ALL its resources (tax $) to one, non-startup, non-Wisconsin company? Not a good way to create jobs.

    You would think GOP leaders like Vos and Fitzgerald would be outraged, but why not?

    • onevote says:

      Have to agree with this info-source, it is admittedly not mainstream, yet it shows an honest presentation of politics, which is not all one-sided:

  2. Sue says:

    Great! Can’t wait to see how the Journal-Sentinel manages to endorse him without endorsing him this time. (You will recall that their last non-endorsement was the editorial that conveyed how veryveryvery nervous they were about that Mary Burke person.)

    • onevote says:

      Why should we depend on the MJS to make anyone a legitimate player? I also was tepid for Mary Burke, as I knew she was just another DPW replay of DLC/clintonesque bad economics.

      It’s too bad that Burke has to live in limbo now, but why couldn’t she just push another, real forward form of economy?

      You have to stand for principled ideas. At this point, the MJS can die, and I used to be one of their subscribers. Don’t be afraid of big media, just follow through with your ideas elsewhere, in any venue you choose to communicate with.

  3. Charles Kuehn says:

    I bet the little weasel hasn’t ridden one mile on that Milwaukee Vibrator except when there’s a camera rolling.

  4. WashCoRepub says:

    I’m sure Tony Evers and Matt Flynn are really going to get the blood pumping and the money flowing on the Dem side… any day now.

    Walker by 7%.

    • onevote says:

      Dems certainly have all sorts of factual information to campaign against Scott Walker, Bradley Foundation/Kochs et al. Dems just have to make a firm values decision to promote an alternative to status quo–which helps very few and has been a political disaster.

      If the DPW doesn’t have the gonads to realize this, then citizen/voters need to take over.

  5. AJ says:

    Walker running for a 3rd term is a good opportunity for democrats to win. Walker is the most polarizing governor in the entire country and his base is discouraged over his Foxconn policy. Now if Paul Ryan succeeds in giving more handouts to the wealthy by passing his tax hike on the middle class that national mood will be tied into Walker and legislative republicans as well. The key to winning the election will be if democrats can turn out new voters.

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