In just a couple days, next Tuesday, Wisconsin citizens will get to decide if they want their state to be California or Texas. But it’s a lot more than this. It’s Scott Walker, the Tea Party Americans, limited government, We The People, the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution of the United States versus Comrade Obama, so-called progressive elitists who want to rule us, most of western Europe, and even the United Nations. This recall election may not seem to be as important as the election next November, but, if not, it sure runs a close second.
Right now, just days before the recall election, polls show Republican Scott Walker in the lead by about 6%, but there is something called "margin of error," and that could mean a much closer finish. In fact, one responsible poll shows the race to be a dead heat, and a union poll claims the same.
So, all you good Wisconsin supporters of Scott Walker, do not become complacent. There is some speculation out there that Democrats, along with their comrades in the LM (left media), are intentionally making their situation look worse than it is, just to cause Republicans to feel confident and skip the vote on Tuesday. This strategy seems unlikely, given estimates that the number of voters will be huge, almost 3 million, perhaps as much as 65% of eligible voters, but no one ought to take anything for granted. VOTE!
If the Democrat candidate for Governor, Tom Barrett, who also faced Walker in 2010, manages to pull this one out, the result would be catastrophic for Republicans in November. The LM (left media) would make sure of it. Even a close win for Walker will be trumpeted as a victory for Democrats and public unions. Again, the LM will make sure all of us know it. Don’t let this happen. If you live in Wisconnsin, vote!
Let’s look at what it really is all about–bargaining rights, money laundering, corruption. We The People of the United States have the power – the Constitution says so. In order to keep our lives organized, civilized, we allow a small amount of our power to be lent to government, local government, state government, and federal government. But, We The People keep the majority of power. Thus, government is limited government, for purposes that are stated in state consitutions and the U.S. Constitution.
Now to the government of Wisconsin, or any state government for that matter. The people of a state elect various state officials, including a governor and legislators. And other people are hired to work as state workers. All these individuals are employees, servants of We The People, the citizens of the state, the employers.
In the private sector, wherever unions exist, employers bargain with employee unions regarding salaries and benefits. Previously in Wisconsin, and currently in some other states, the state worker unions are bargaining with other employees, not their employers. Government employee dues are automatically withheld from members’ salaries.
And a portion of these dues are then given to other servants and employees of the people – legislators, governors, and others – as campaign donations. That money keeps being laundered in this manner, as long as one group of employees continues to give during bargaining while another group of employees gets increased pay and benefits.
And whose money is being automatically withheld from government employees' paychecks and then laundered? You guess. The result is that taxes go up to pay for this corruption, higher pay and more benefits and higher campaign donations. This results in the employees having higher incomes and better benefits than the employers who only have higher and higher taxes so the corruption can continue. Thus, you have California, and had Wisconsin before Scott Walker. In 2010 the majority of Wisconsin voters elected Scott Walker to stop this system of corruption. He told Wisconsin what he was going to do, they elected him to do it, and he did.
But the public unions of Wisconsin did not like the election result, and they did not like the fact Scott Walker did what he promised. He stopped one group of the people's employees bargaining with another group, by ending most collective bargaining rights. He stopped the requirement of union dues being automatically withheld from paychecks. That meant state employees could pay union dues or not, and many decided not to. He stopped mandatory union membership for government employees. Laundering the citizens' money ended, and lavish living styles of union leaders were threatened.
Thus, the recall and the election on Tuesday, with the same opponents as in 2010. Scott Walker did nothing wrong, no malfeasance. Public unions and their left-wing supporters, in Wisconsin and the nation, including Comrade Obama himself, just didn’t like the fact Governor Walker did what he was elected to do – stopping employees of the state from bargaining for pay and benefits with other employees, and ending the laundering of We The People’s money. Comrade Obama and his comrades know all about laundering We The People’s money – that’s part of their DNA.
And that’s the Scott Walker story, and that’s why there's an election on Tuesday in Wisconsin. Some say a Walker victory will have a major impact on the presidential election in November. Others, Democrats, tell us this election is not important for November. Democrat leftists know how to read polls. Interestingly, when learning about a recall in Wisconsin, Comrade Obama was ecstatic, said he was “proud to stand with Tom Barrett and the hundreds of thousands of Wisconsin families who are coming together to move Wisconsin forward.” But recently, he hasn’t been talking about Wisconsin. Must be tough for him, not talking. Perhaps he was spinning when he was proud to stand with those families, and now he is revolving or evolving, or something.
One more thing–the $3.6 billion state deficit Walker inherited when he entered office in 2010 is gone, while property taxes have dropped.
And one more thing–in 2011 there was a gain of more than 23,000 jobs in Wisconsin.