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Wisconsin Recall – Governor Scott Walker committed to an ideological agenda that he concealed from voters – “Divide and Conquer”

 

This should have been an ‘all in’ right from the start for the Democrats.

Wisconsin IS the ‘talking point’ of the 2012 General Election.

Why give the Republican even a chance to get a victory of their agenda AND 5 months of ‘in your face with trying to replace’?

‘Wisconsin Dems furious with DNC for refusing to invest big money in Walker recall’
From : http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/post/exclusive-wisconsin-dems-furious-with-dnc-for-refusing-to-invest-big-money-in-walker-recall/2012/05/14/gIQAj6lxOU_blog.html

‘Wisconsin recall’s a ‘test run,’ DNC chair says’
‘Recall puts grassroots operation to test, Wasserman Schultz says’
From : http://www.wtae.com/news/politics/Wisconsin-recall-s-a-test-run-DNC-chair-says/-/9680976/14236724/-/svivnlz/-/index.html

‘With exactly a week to go until the election on whether to recall Scott Walker, the Democrats have settled on their closing argument: Vote Walker out because his serial dishonesty about his true ideological agenda has torn the state in half’.

‘As you know, video recently surfaced of a private conversation between Walker and a Wisconsin billionaire, in which Walker vowed a “divide and conquer” strategy against unions, as his “first step.”

See Video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=K1S_Pxw2n-U

‘Dems point out that in testimony, Rep. Connolly asked Walker whether he had ever had any conversation in which he had alluded to his “actions in Wisconsin and using them to punish members of the opposition party and their donor base.” Walker’s response: “No.”

‘It seems pretty clear that if Walker is going to respond, he’ll do so after the recall election, which is set for next Tuesday’.

‘But whether he does or not, this latest episode highlights what has become central to the Wisconsin recall fight: The core question of whether Walker’s reforms represented a good faith effort to solve Wisconsin’s budget problems, or whether Walker has always been committed to an ideological agenda that he concealed from voters, and whether his dishonesty about that agenda is to blame for unleashing the political turmoil that has badly divided the state’.
From : http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/post/the-dems-closing-argument-against-scott-walker/2012/05/29/gJQArRJhzU_blog.html

This should have been an ‘all in’ right from the start for the Democrats.

Wisconsin IS the ‘talking point’ of the 2012 General Election.

Why give the Republican even a chance to get a victory of their agenda AND 5 months of ‘in your face with trying to replace’?

‘Wisconsin Dems furious with DNC for refusing to invest big money in Walker recall’
From : http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/post/exclusive-wisconsin-dems-furious-with-dnc-for-refusing-to-invest-big-money-in-walker-recall/2012/05/14/gIQAj6lxOU_blog.html

‘Wisconsin recall’s a ‘test run,’ DNC chair says’
‘Recall puts grassroots operation to test, Wasserman Schultz says’
From : http://www.wtae.com/news/politics/Wisconsin-recall-s-a-test-run-DNC-chair-says/-/9680976/14236724/-/svivnlz/-/index.html

‘With exactly a week to go until the election on whether to recall Scott Walker, the Democrats have settled on their closing argument: Vote Walker out because his serial dishonesty about his true ideological agenda has torn the state in half’.

‘As you know, video recently surfaced of a private conversation between Walker and a Wisconsin billionaire, in which Walker vowed a “divide and conquer” strategy against unions, as his “first step.”

See Video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=K1S_Pxw2n-U

‘Dems point out that in testimony, Rep. Connolly asked Walker whether he had ever had any conversation in which he had alluded to his “actions in Wisconsin and using them to punish members of the opposition party and their donor base.” Walker’s response: “No.”

‘It seems pretty clear that if Walker is going to respond, he’ll do so after the recall election, which is set for next Tuesday’.

‘But whether he does or not, this latest episode highlights what has become central to the Wisconsin recall fight: The core question of whether Walker’s reforms represented a good faith effort to solve Wisconsin’s budget problems, or whether Walker has always been committed to an ideological agenda that he concealed from voters, and whether his dishonesty about that agenda is to blame for unleashing the political turmoil that has badly divided the state’.
From : http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/post/the-dems-closing-argument-against-scott-walker/2012/05/29/gJQArRJhzU_blog.html

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