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Todays voting day, don't forget to show your support for Walker!

metalman383

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Mark my words.

If walker were to lose somehow, his supporters will accept the loss even though it will hurt, and work on getting our candidate in the next election.
If Walker wins they will scream and cry, protest, file lawsuits, recounts, and countless other acts of 3 year old type behaviour. They will claim the election was bought, (even though Obama is expected to raise a billion for his campaign).
Wed is going to be a very interesting day. I am almost thinking about shutting off all media tonight, and waiting until the morning to see what the election has brought us.
 
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Herr Heckler Koch

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Who does Kane expect to lose? Please, keep the end zone dances down ...

http://www.jsonline.com/news/milwau...own-after-the-election-9d5lgft-157054015.html
Kane said:
Please, keep the end zone dances down after the election

Although both groups believed their candidate was the right one to lead the state, only one side will be validated. And the agony of defeat will be twice as painful if the winners decide to gloat.
I will have my $$tens of millions$$ of gloat at the goon's loss.

We won. Bust the unions. Move on.

Good people ought to be armed as they will, with wits and Guns and the Truth. God Bless the Bitter Clingers.
 

Captain Nemo

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YES! Get out and vote for Walker. I am not on Walker's rah, rah team. He has done some things I don't agree with but rest assured with Pam Galloway gone and if the dems take over control of the legislature by recall and barrett wins we can kiss Act 35 good-bye as we know it. It may not be recinded but we will see so many prohibitions and controls added to it that it will be virtually worthless. Everything we have fought for for the past decade will be for naught. Mark my words.
 
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Law abider

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Vote for Walker today, Barrett is tomorrow.:D
I already voted at 8:15am. My whole family except for my baby(15yrs old) are voting for Walker. I met him in Hudson last Saturday and thanked him for signing into law CCL. I asked him for a picture and got one with him!:lol:
 
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Herr Heckler Koch

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Herr Heckler Koch

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June 05, 2012 EYEWITNESS ALLEGES DEMOCRAT UNION VOTE FRAUD IN WISCONSIN

http://nation.foxnews.com/wisconsin...s-alleges-democrat-union-vote-fraud-wisconsin

On WMAL’s The Chris Plante Show today a Michigan resident by the name of "Mike" called in to discuss how he had infiltrated a Michigan Union's organized bus convoy, en-route to vote in the Wisconsin recall election for Democrats.

The caller claimed that Michigan’s “Democrat Unions” had organized a convoy of 4 buses, filled with Michigan Democrats, with the intention of voting for Tom Barrett in the Wisconsin recall election.

Caller “Mike” describes “Greyhound size buses, filled to capacity” with a good amount of “freebies” available, “They treated me to lunch!”

The caller also points out that the organizers did not tell union riders that it is illegal to vote in Wisconsin if you're from another state.

TRANSCRIPT: ...
 

PQ36

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I heard of this happening before. They bus them into Racine and someone on the inside tells them who hasn't voted yet.

Nah, we don't need voter ID...
Keyword: "Inside" The so called "voter ID" is a scam. All the genuine voters can show picture ID all they want and it won't change the fraud rate, as the rigged voting is always an inside job. I'd like to see if my son "voted" this election, as he is in the sandbox right now and I don't think he voted absentee. It would not surprise me a bit if "his" vote turned up on the wrong side.

Voter ID is, at bottom, a stepping stone to national ID and "show me your papers" (even more so than our current "I need to see some ID sir/mam" intrusions/violations. It is all part of the Identity Crisis that is fabricated as, you guessed it, a stepping stone, to the ultimate gov ident of the mark described in Revelation 13.

It has been an honor and a privilege to vote for Gov. Walker, .... AGAIN.
 

oliverclotheshoff

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THEY ARE ALREADY CALLING IT

LOOKS LIKE WI HAS SPOKEN AGAIN

im glad i bought stock in kleenex the demmys are gonna need some
 
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KBCraig

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One of my Facebook friends is going to be sobbing tonight. Or, more likely, he'll be outraged and claiming fraud.

He's a big OC/CC guy, very pro-gun, and posts WCI stuff all the time. He's also a union state employee who has drunk deeply of the Flavor Aid, and has those blinders on.
 
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