#WIunion fails big in #WIrecall efforts

Posted by: ST on June 6, 2012 at 12:16 am

Walker wins. Kleefisch wins. Comfortably. Three of the four GOP Senate seats have been called for the incumbents, with the last one expected to stay in GOP hands. Most startling statistic from tonight’s victory: over 30% of union households went for Walker, who gave a very gracious victory speech calling for unity.

Quote of the night from LA Governor Jindal: “It’s not gonna be a late night for Wisconsin, it’s gonna be a late night for Chicago.”

Savor this victory, my dear readers, and pray this is a sign of things to come for the Obama administration come November.

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  1. Phineas says:

    Excellent, excellent news. :d

  2. Tex says:

    Not a good sign for the Democrats or Obama I’m thinking. It’s looking like the people are giving the Democratic Party a big fat “hell no!” to their philosophy of spend, spend, spend.

    More importantly, it looks like the crucial election deciding Independents swung hard Right and voted Republican in this recall. Definitely not a good sign for Obama.

  3. Adjoran says:

    Obama is like the Wicked Witch of the West after Dorothy tosses the water on her: “I’m meeeeltiiiing!”

    Which makes him easier to flush. :d

  4. Drew the Infidel says:

    A prayer answered for me. One of the signs of things to come is the dirtiness of the campaign. Back when the GOP had nine candidates vying for the nomination it was predicted that the larger the campaign coffers, the dirtier things would be. This was when Obhammud had set a goal of raising $1 billion in donations, another in his long unbroken string of failures. When the report surfaced that individuals’ voting history in WI was being mailed to their neighbors, the reporter did not finish his first sentence that I had already pegged it as a commiecrat stunt. Who else?

  5. CZ says:

    Wait until the Illinois votes come in and are counted.

    It will have been closer than you think : )