I posted the other day About the Tea Party Intruders, a group of unvetted , anonymous people that the Big government Wisconsin republicans have unleashed on the people of Wisconsin, especially those who signed the recall petitions(as is their Constitutional right)!
The plan is to put every name who signed the petition online then these “tea party” Patriots(its as hard to type as it is to say), will check and double check that all signatures are legit. The problem, as i pointed out, is not only is this a very intrusive way for our government to act, but since the republican party is not vetting the people who sign up – “They know not what they have done.” I also pointed out that if there is any violence, intimidation etc… of any of these people who are “verifying” the signatures against any people who signed the petitions, the Republican Party of Wisconsin(and Scott Walker) will own that violence.
Now they have outdone themselves.
You can verify the recall here with these special instructions:
We have added nearly 10,000 people to our “No Sign Registration” List in the last two days! Keep telling your friends and family members to sign up!
Also keep in mind that you can register the names of your underage (younger than 18 years) children and deceased relatives. Make sure you include YOUR contact information so that we can contact YOU if their names appear on a recall petition.
So they have added 10,000 hard core right wing zealots and not only given them the name and addresses of every person in Wisconsin who signed the petition, now they offered up the names and addresses of all of the underage children in every right wing household in Wisconsin.
Whatever it takes to save Scott Walker I guess! Shame on them!
The ironic thing is even Scott Walker does not agree with what they are doing.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he believes petition circulators have enough valid signatures to force a recall election against him, and he wants it to happen sooner rather than later.
Walker told The Associated Press in an interview Wednesday that he has always assumed they would get the 540,000 signatures they need. Circulators turned in about 1 million signatures Tuesday, and Walker says he does not think enough will be invalidated to stop the election.