Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Obama and Mary Burke: Milwaukee

Mary Burke is one of the few Democrats in the country willing to be seen with Obama.

Remember, on Labor Day, Burke was a no-show when Obama was in Milwaukee to campaign?

So why now? Why here?

Turnout. Get the "folks like us" out to the polls.

While Democrats all over the country are struggling to distance themselves from Obama and his radical, failed policies, Burke is willing to embrace the Obama trainwreck.

My fellow Wisconsinites, if this doesn't tell what a radical Leftist Burke is, then nothing will get you to wake up.

From Politico:

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he needs more help from the national GOP in his reelection fight — and an upcoming visit from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie isn’t going to cut it.

Speaking with reporters after a morning campaign stop here, Walker said he is getting outspent on television and faces overwhelming hostility from national Democratic groups and labor unions.

Asked if he was satisfied with the support he’s received from national Republicans, Walker indicated he hopes to get more backup from the Republican Governors Association. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who chairs the RGA, is coming to campaign for Walker this week — but the Wisconsin Republican said he’s “not looking for surrogates.”

...Walker’s new, prickly comments come just a few days after the conservative Weekly Standard magazine reported that “top Wisconsin Republicans” fear the Christie-led RGA is declining to go all-out on Walker’s behalf.

The Wisconsin governor pointed out Monday that his opponent, Mary Burke, had already brought in Bill Clinton to campaign for her and that President Barack Obama is visiting Milwaukee on Tuesday — a sign of the significance national Democrats attach to the race.
"Prickly comments" - yeah, right.

Why is it "prickly" to comment on, oh, I don't know, REALITY?

Big Labor vowed to take out Scott Walker, and the Republicans aren't doing enough to stand up to the thugs and radical Leftists.

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