The unions, the Democrats, the class warfare contingent, and Obama lost big yesterday.
All the Leftists' horses and all the Leftists' men couldn't make the Wisconsin State Senate Democrat again.
I'm so proud of the people of Wisconsin for having the sense to understand that what Governor Scott Walker and the Republicans have accomplished is good for working families. I'm so thankful they came out and voted to keep Wisconsin on the right path. I'm so glad they weren't influenced by the scare tactics and the intimidation of the unions and the Democrats.
Wisconsinites made a bold statement yesterday by reelecting Rob Cowles, Sheila Harsdorf, Luther Olsen, and Alberta Darling.
We like a balanced budget without higher taxes.
In spite of the Left's massive defeat, the plan to recall Scott Walker is expected to proceed.
Clearly, the Leftists don't learn from their mistakes.
Democrats are forging ahead with efforts to recall Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker next year, one day after losing four of six recall elections to oust GOP state senators.
The Tuesday night losses left Democrats a single seat short of overturning GOP control of the state’s upper chamber, although Democratic officials and operatives on the ground insisted Wednesday that their two wins in Republican-leaning areas exposed Walker’s weaknesses.
“If we can do all of this against entrenched Republicans on their own turf, imagine our success … when all of Wisconsin can have its voice heard on Gov. Walker’s extreme, divisive agenda,” Wisconsin state party Chairman Mike Tate wrote in a memo to reporters Wednesday.
“The historic gains made tonight to restore balance and accountability to our state, and restore Wisconsin values, will continue when the entire state weighs in on the November 2012 elections — and with the recall of Scott Walker himself,” Tate said.
Standing before a cheering crowd of partisans on the Majestic Theatre stage late Tuesday — when it was still uncertain whether Democrats would flip control of the Senate — an animated Tate was even more defiant: “We will not stop, we will not rest, until we call Scott Walker from the state of Wisconsin.”
Both of the districts in which Democrats prevailed Tuesday were carried by Walker in 2010 — although in Senate District 32, where Democrat Jennifer Shilling easily unseated incumbent Dan Kapanke, Walker’s margin was a single point.
Tate and the Democrats are delusional.
It's really rather pathetic.
I suppose they're willing to be the puppets of Big Labor, the Democrats' national party, and the White House.
Or maybe Wisconsin Dems just like being the darlings of Ed Schultz and the other Leftist extremists at MSNBC, the state television station of the Obama administration.
Here's video of MSNBC's "pep rally election coverage":
Not exactly fair and balanced, is it? Disgraceful.
In any event, an attempt to recall Walker is a waste.
Do they really want to suffer yet another humiliating defeat?