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Wednesday, June 6, 2012


Finally, at last, the closing, the ending, Gov. Scott Walker decisively, conclusively, irrevocably beat Barrett for the third time. I’d say 53% to 46% is a pretty significant victory, pretty much a landslide. And what does the Main Stream Media have to say about it? Well, watch the first video. It’s a compilation of comments the MSM made in the past about the significance of a Democrat win, and then it segues into more recent MSM statements as they realized Walker may very well win. What a change of tune!

At 8 p.m. Central time when polls officially closed and networks could “predict,” all cable networks, including CNN ,MSNBC and FOX NEWS, announced the race was “too close to call.” CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer was absolutely joyous when he declared exit polls showed a 50/50 race.

At 9 p.m. CNN ditched election news coverage, so sure they were that Barrett would win. But at 10 p.m. Blitzer came back on the air with another update. His tone was subdued, low key, no exuberance, like attending a funeral. At this point Blitzer ceased talking about how the Wisconsin vote would be a preview for November. Once the race was called for Walker the election suddenly didn’t mean a thing. The Dems should learn something from this. Do Not Believe Your Own Exit Polls.

And MSNBC’S Ed Schultz? He was teary eyed when the race was called for Walker. The network’s anchors immediately began suggesting that the Barrett loss was actually good for Obama, who hadn’t even set foot in Wisconsin, and they began attacking Mitt Romney.

Watch the second video for the tearful, sniveling, weeping reaction from an obvious Democrat and Barrett backer. He says it’s the end of Democracy. “Democracy died tonight,” he mournfully cried. He must not know that the U.S. of A is not a Democracy, but rather a Republic.  He probably doesn't know the difference. 

The way I see it?  Our Republic Lived Last Night. Walker’s victory means that ALL states now have another choice when it comes to dealing with fiscal issues. It means they don’t have to raise taxes, lay off people or go bankrupt. It means the federal government does not have to even think about bailing out these states. It also means states can trim the fat from government union contracts and the world is not going to come to an end.

Wisconsin was the first battleground in the war to save America. The message we sent is strong, powerful and irrefutable. Watch out Barack Hussein Obama, or Barry Soetoro, or whatever your name is, You’re Next! Five More Months, we’re coming to get you and your Progressive, Liberal, Big Spending Buddies, from both parties. We’re going to finish what we started in 2010 and send you back to where you came from. We're going to restore fiscal sanity to Washington!

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