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More fraud from the Republican Party of Walker

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Trent
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« on: June 09, 2011, 04:55:10 pm »

More fraud from the Republican Party of Walker
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The Republican Party of Wisconsin is actively and aggressively backing an effort to commit election fraud by urging on efforts to have Republicans file their names as Democratic primary candidates for the seats of GOP state senators who face recall.
The point of the GOP effort is to create confusion among the voters, force even higher levels of campaign spending, and delay the recall election process.
Top Republican operatives have acknowledged the strategy.
So how did they get so comfortable with the art of defrauding voters?
Perhaps they got some ideas from the 2010 gubernatorial campaign of Scott Walker, who campaigned as a mainstream Republican, promised to steer away from his party’s extremes, and pledged to focus on getting Wisconsinites working together to expand the economy.
Walker never outlined the militant anti-labor agenda that has become the central tenet of his administration.
He never detailed plans to undermine local government and shift power to unaccountable political cronies in Madison.
He never explained that he planned to attack SeniorCare and BadgerCare, to dramatically slash funding for public schools while shifting money to the school choice and charter school programs favored by his out-of-state campaign donors, and to barter off public utilities in no-bid deals with friendly corporations.
Walker’s 2010 campaign was a fraudulent one.
So it makes a certain amount of perverse sense that the state’s once proud Republican Party would employ fraudulent tactics to defend Walker’s crumbling mandate.
After all, with the purging of mainstream and moderate officials (a process so ambitious that it has now targeted even former Gov. Tommy Thompson), this is no longer the Republican Party of Wisconsin.
It is the Republican Party of Walker.
And Walker does not play politics by any standard known to Wisconsinites. His is a win-at-any-cost politics that has only two purposes: to advance himself and to enrich his cronies.
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« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2011, 03:43:19 pm »

Now if we can get you to see the Globalist traitors in the Democrat party... 
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