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Forum Post: Walker/Hendricks "Divide and Conquer" video

Posted 2 years ago on May 20, 2012, 1:13 p.m. EST by myows (133)
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I'm sure you guys have seen the video of Scott Walker and this woman, Diane Hendricks, who wants Walker to make Wis. a right to work state. It is very telling to me that this lady is worth a BILLION dollars and yet she is still unhappy. What would make her happy? To take away the middle class lifestyle that a union can provide to people. An unattractive person both on the inside and outside.

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[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 2 years ago

can we call him Suspended Wisconsin Governor Walker ?

I keep confusing the bane with Scott Olsen

[-] 1 points by factsrfun (8689) from Phoenix, AZ 2 years ago

you mised the link I have links to both sides here:

http://occupywallst.org/forum/governor-walker-tells-the-voters-one-thing-the-bil/

[-] 0 points by simondoes (1) 2 years ago

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel endorses Scott Walker

In a blow to Democrats hoping to unseat Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker in a June 5 recall election, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has endorsed the Republican governor over Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett (D). The paper’s editorial board argued that while Walker did go too far last year in stripping most public employees of their collective bargaining rights, that policy was not enough to justify a recall.

A disagreement over a single policy is simply not enough to justify a vote against the governor,” the board writes. “It’s time to end the bickering and get back to the business of the state. We’ve had our differences with the governor, but he deserves a chance to complete his term.” While the paper notes that the governor has fallen short of his job promises, the editorial argues that “Walker’s policies simply haven’t been in place long enough to know whether they are to blame.” As for a John Doe investigation into former Walker aides, “no evidence revealed so far implicates Walker.” Studies suggest newspaper endorsements can swing votes, though the effect is likely pretty limited. The Journal-Sentinel, Wisconsin’s largest newspaper, also endorsed Walker against Barrett in 2010. While the board said “we’ve agreed with Barrett more often than with Walker ... in a time of economic peril and at a time when government must be reformed, it’s time to throw away the playbook.” Walker won that election by five points. The paper has also called the recall election “a waste of time and money.” In last year’s state Senate recalls the paper declined to endorse any candidates, saying “we won’t encourage this misguided process by recommending candidates.” Democrats say the editorial board canceled a meeting with Barrett at the last minute. “The Journal Sentinel cannot even pretend to fairness when it comes to Scott Walker,” said Wisconsin Democratic Party spokesman Graeme Zielinski. It’s the latest in a string of not-so-good news for Barrett. Polls show Walker leading Barrett, and Democrats in the state are complaining that the national party isn’t helping enough. Despite the enthusiasm that went into the recall, right now Walker has the momentum now.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/post/milwaukee-journal-sentinel-endorses-scott-walker/2012/05/20/gIQA13SLdU_blog.html