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The Battle of Wisconsin was not Democrats’ finest hour

The Battle of Wisconsin was not Democrats’ finest hour

Never in the field of human conflict have so many been so disappointed so frequenttly in so short a period of time at so high a cost of money with so few lessons learned.

 

 

[Yes, I know the title alludes to one speech and the text another; give me some slack, this is just a blog after all.]

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I’d like to make some comments about Gov Palin and her Heart-link with Wisconsin …

First of all CONGRATULATIONS to WI Conservative Patriots! “You won …. your beautiful State WON!” (I can still hear Gov Palin speaking to them in her impassioned voice back in April this year …. )

Gov Palin has seen WI as the Front Line for fighting back against the Union-funded Progressive Destroyers of America from the beginning. She has dealt three mighty blows to them in order to help the WI Conservatives hold the ground they won there, back in Nov 2010 ….

*First, at the time that Gov Walker was under seige and the Fleebaggers got their moniker, her FB post in his support was read aloud to the TP Rally in Madison, inspiring the Patriots to ‘hold the line’

*Gov Palin then delivered her famous GAME ON! speech to the WI Patriots weeks later, congratulating them for ‘holding the line’ for Gov Walker successfully, while she herself stood lightly clad in the cold and sleet, and spoke powerfully, facing down the jeers and abuse from the local Union thuggery.

*Gov Palin also sent a powerful one sentence Tweet out on the weekend before Judge Prosser’s election when the Union funded Commercial blitz against him was taking his numbers down fast …… there was an immediate response from Conservatives nationwide, the flood of donations allowing his team to fight back on the airwaves. He ended up prevailing against that poor Kloppy woman of the startled gaze *__* …… or should I say o__0 ….. *__*

These timely interventions, contributions by Gov Palin to the fight in WI have had enormous impact, both money wise and morale wise …… look at the pic on the front page of C4P, http://www.conservatives4palin.com , above JE Dyer’s piece entitled “Palin Hits it out of the Park” ….. that photo was taken the day of the GAME ON! speech in Madison ….. look at the faces of the women surrounding Gov Palin ….. they have come out to stand in the cold and atrocious weather conditions for a long time …. why is that?

Their faces tell the story! These women are part of the Conservative effort to fight in support of Gov Walker …. these women represent the people who worked their tails off licking envelopes, making phonecalls, raising money, all to get the Conservative support for, and vote out for Gov Walker’s election and then the implementation of his reforms. The excited facial expressions of these women tell the story of what Gov Palin’s words and presence mean for Conservatives …… her encouragement, her INSPIRATION … her LEADERSHIP ……. and now there is a FURTHER victory for WI Conservatives after the Recall elections yesterday. They again fought hard and ‘held the line’ for Gov Walker while his numbers are down below 40%, due to the positive results of his Reforms not yet being fully in effect…….. and there is yet another opportunity for them to KICK CORRUPT BUTT in the final recall elections next week too!

WISCONSIN RISING!

AMERICA RISING

Palin 2012

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    SunnyJ in reply to exodus2011. | August 10, 2011 at 9:04 pm

    I drove to Madison that day from almost 2 hrs away, it was awful weather…cold and sleeting the entire time. We stood surrounded on 3 sides by the Union/Progressive crowd, beating drum, playing loud music, ringing bells and sirens, carrying signs with vulgar names and pictures, chanting profanity at a 14 yr old girl giving her speech to our crowd, during the anthem and into excess when Gov Palin took the stage. To see her spirit, and honestly the spirit of that little girl too…as neither waivered, and Palin took it right to the them…calling them out. What you have described here was beyond impression being there in person. Sarah Palin has moral courage like no other, fearless and straight speaking in the face of real hatred. Seeing her prevail and succeed beyond anyone’s expectations after the lefty media and the Progressives have thrown everything they have….and still she succeeds. This is someone with the spine, intelligence and moral courage this country can hold faith with as President. She blew me away that day.

      exodus2011 in reply to SunnyJ. | August 10, 2011 at 10:16 pm

      Thanks for sharing your experience at Madison SunnyJ ….. If America is wise enough to elect this PROVEN Reformer as their 45th POTUS, that speech will be written about in the history books ….. and you will be able to say that you were an eye-witness, … and an ear-witness too!

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(An excerpt from Governor Palin’s GAME ON! speech in Madison WI earlier this year …. )

“Madison, you held your ground. Your governor did the right thing. And you won. Your beautiful state won!”

“Mr. President, you and your cohorts threw all the hatred and all the violence you could at these good folks in Madison, Wisconsin. But you lost here. And Madison, you defended the 2010 electoral mandate. You are heroes, you are patriots, and when the history of this Tea Party Movement is written, what you accomplished here will not be forgotten.”

On Wisconsin!

[…] The Professor however, was eloquent with his borrowed word structure: “Never in the field of human conflict have so many been so disappointed so frequenttly in so short a period of time at so high a cost of money with so few lessons learned.” […]

I finally had to call it quits last night around 1 or so and they still hadn’t called it but it was the first thing I looked at this morning …made my tired ass a little easier to drag around today

Now 2 democrat seats are up for a recall vote. Poetic justice would be that they lose both and the ratio remains the same as before. The other winners are the people who print bumper stickers and campaign literature. Oh, and the media who probably did everything for monetary gain that they could to prolong the agony of the Wisconsin voters.

    The spending is probably the only real jobs program we’ve seen since Obama said, “I’m from the government and I’m here to help you”……

Although Democrats did not win control of the Senate, if you consider that winning two Senate seats in predominantly Republican districts, if the Gubernatorial election had been held Tuesday, and Governor Walker had stated his actual union position, then, considering the small margin by which he won, he would have lost the last election.

    William A. Jacobson in reply to tadcf. | August 11, 2011 at 8:00 am

    That seems to be the talking point, but the fact is one district was heavily Democratic, went for Obama by large double digits, and was narrowly won in the last election by the Republican. The other district had a failed Republican with mistress problems (which is a problem for a Republican still). Democrats and Unions threw everything they had at winning 3 seats, and it wasn’t enough. As for recalling Walker, I hope Democrats try it, I really do. It will be a nice launch to the 2012 presidential elections, as the nation contrasts the relative good fortune of Wisconsin under business friendly conservative Republicans with the dismal performance of the nation under Obama. Walker will win, Democrats will have chased another ghost at a cost of tens of millions, and we will not have to stay up late for the results..

      Choose your talking points: “The results of a Public Policy Polling survey released Monday show that Barrett would beat Walker by a margin of 52-45 if the election were held now.”

      http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/inside-politics/2011/feb/28/wisconsin-poll-gov-walker-would-lose-rematch/

        NbyNW in reply to tadcf. | August 12, 2011 at 1:37 am

        The PPP survey was taken Thursday through Sunday – just before the news that Walker’s reforms will save Mayor Barrett’s city of Milwaukee somewhere between 11 million and 24 million dollars. Barrett, of course, was predicting just the opposite. In March, he said the combination of aid cuts, rising expenses, a property tax levy freeze and exempting public safety workers from health care and pension benefit changes “just makes our structural deficit explode.”

        People are going to read that, and be glad they elected Walker, instead of the clueless Barrett.

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