Open thread: Wisconsin; Update: Revised exit poll says Walker by four; Update: NBC, Fox News call it for Walker; Update: Barrett concedes; Update: Walker by 7.5 with 96% counted; Update: Walker exceeds 2010 vote total

posted at 7:27 pm on June 5, 2012 by Allahpundit

Polls close at 9 p.m. ET but we surely won’t get a call until late tonight, and maybe not even then. Candidly (and predictably), I’m less confident than I was 24 hours ago. Simply too many reports floating around out there about monster Democratic turnout — here’s an ominous claim via a Dem flack — to believe that that 5-6 point lead in the polls will completely hold up. I’m thinking more like 51/49 at this point. For Walker. I think.

The stakes are as high as can be. Even David Brooks shudders in horror at the lessons that’ll be learned if Walker ends up being cashiered on the charge of fiscal sanity in the first degree:

Walker’s method was obnoxious, but if he is recalled that will send a broader message, with effects far beyond Wisconsin. It will be a signal that voters are, indeed, unwilling to tolerate tough decisions to reduce debt. In Washington and in state capitals, it will confirm the view that voters don’t really care about red ink. It will remove any hope this country might have of avoiding a fiscal catastrophe.

On the other hand, if Walker wins today, it will be a sign, as the pollster Scott Rasmussen has been arguing, that the voters are ahead of the politicians. It will be a sign that voters do value deficit reduction and will vote for people who accomplish it, even in a state that has voted Democratic in every presidential election since 1984.

A vote to keep Walker won’t be an antiunion vote. It will be a vote against any special interest that seeks to preserve exorbitant middle-class benefits at the expense of the public good. It will tell the presidential candidates that it is safe to get specific about what they will do this December, when hard deficit choices will have to be made.

Follow the link for more on his fervent hope that the reason Obama stayed away from Wisconsin is because deep down he’s serious about fiscal sanity too. Ahem. Meanwhile, over at the Standard, Jay Cost is also thinking big picture:

The old craft and industrial unions had a stake in the private economy: the faster it grew, the more workers were needed, and the more money everybody made. However, that is not how public sector unionism works at all. In fact, the interest of the public sector unions is not in growing the private economy, but of socializing an ever-greater portion of the national wealth.

And these unions have a decidedly clientelistic relationship with the Democratic party. They provide money for the campaign in exchange for special benefits after the election… Today’s Democrats protect and expand government unions whenever and wherever they are able – by fighting efforts to trim collective bargaining rights, by opposing school choice, by resisting efforts to make the government function more efficiently, etc…

In many respects, labor unions are an artifact of an age long gone, and they remain in existence today due in part to the political needs of the Democratic party. Republicans are thus bound to have a tense relationship with them, but the GOP is obliged to step in – as Governor Walker has – when the unions are behaving in a way that runs contrary to the public interest. Here’s hoping that Walker is vindicated today, and that Republican leaders around the country have the courage to follow his lead.

Well said — but ironically, the campaign itself didn’t boil down to a referendum on the collective bargaining law. Barrett openly acknowledges that he wasn’t the preferred choice of labor in the Democratic primary and he largely avoided the CB issue in the general, leading Reince Priebus to crow, “It’s funny, because this thing was supposed to be about collective bargaining, but I don’t remember the Democrats talking about collective bargaining in this campaign.” If Walker is upset tonight, expect the GOP to lead with that argument tomorrow: The Democrats chose not to make this election about PEUs, therefore the results shouldn’t be interpreted as an endorsement of PEUs. If Walker isn’t upset tonight, expect to hear that argument from labor instead.

Lots of updates coming but let’s get this thread up now so that people can start commenting. The NYT will be updating results in the sidebar here after 9 p.m.; I’ll add links to other results pages if I find better ones.

Update: An update on that eye-popping 119 percent turnout claim from deep blue Madison earlier. Things have cooled off since this morning and now they’re only anticipating, er, 96 percent turnout. Yay?

Update: Via Reason, a hopeful note from CBS’s exit poll:

The exit polls also showed that 60 percent of Wisconsin voters today said recall elections are only appropriate for official misconduct, while 28 percent think they are suitable for any reason. Nine percent think they are never appropriate.

If Walker loses, how will stat-heads reconcile that data point with the results?

Update: Breaking from the Standard’s Stephen Hayes:

Two WI GOP sources say Dems/Barrett preparing lawsuit to keep polls open late in Dane & Milwaukee counties. GOP will fight it.

Update: Via Philip Klein, you might want to open up this page in a separate tab and keep it handy for reference when results start coming in. It’s the county-by-county results from Walker’s victory over Barrett in 2010. That’s your baseline for tonight; if either candidate looks like he’s overperforming vis-a-vis his 2010 numbers in the early going, it’ll give you a sense of how this one’s likely to go.

Update: Early lefty consolation spin from TNR: Maybe it’s a good sign for Obama if Walker wins because it proves that Wisconsinites are optimistic about the economy.

Update: In case you’re wondering about that other race in Wisconsin, Obama leads Romney 51/45 in tonight’s exit poll. He beat McCain there by 14 points four years ago. If Walker ends up pulling this out, I hope we get some data tomorrow about that five or six percent who are thinking of splitting their ticket between Walker and O. That’s a … mighty curious group.

Update: Ace’s co-blogger ConArtCritic has built his own nifty county-by-county results map that he and others will be updating starting at 9. Click here to follow their results.

Update: Here’s something to make you feel good about the integrity of the process via NRO’s Robert Costa:

A girl brings in a crumpled cable bill. Fills out a sheet. Votes.

The cable bill was her “ID.”

Update: Hopeful news from talk-show host Charlie Sykes: “GOP base votes in Ozaukee, Washington, Waukesha Counties are off the charts… Offset some of Dem turnout machine.”

Update: More horror stories from Robert Costa:

a woman tells the election official here that she has an Ohio driver’s license but an electric bill from WI. Registers and votes in Ward 177

Update: Here’s yet another county by county results page, this time from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. If I notice that one of these pages is noticeably faster than the others I’ve linked, I’ll update to let you know.

Update: It’s 8 p.m. Wisconsin time and the polls are now closed. Good luck, everyone.

Update: NBC says the data they’re seeing in the exit polls suggests the outcome will be a “coin flip.” A few minutes ago, people were tweeting that CNN said the exits showed an even 50/50 split. Dude, I’m nervous.

Update: If the exit polls hold up, then we’re almost certainly not going to know the winner tonight. Note this well, via Taegan Goddard:

An important point: As many as 12% of Wisconsin voters voted by absentee ballot and these voters are not counted in the exit polling.

Chuck Todd is tweeting that absentees that were received before today will be counted along with the other votes tonight but absentees that are received later this week will also be counted so long as they were postmarked by today.

Update: Looks like those early exits showing Obama over Romney by six were a little off.

With a third wave of exit poll data in, Wisconsin recall voters said they would pick President Obama over Republican Mitt Romney by a 54-42 percent margin in Wisconsin.

Exit polls show a tight race between incumbent Gov. Scott Walker (R) and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. If Walker is able to stave off the challenge and keeps his job, the Obama-Romney head-to-head numbers will throw cold water on analyses claiming the recall is a harbinger for this fall’s presidential election.

If Walker pulls this out via an electorate that’s giving O more or less the same margin he had in 2008, it’ll be remarkable.

Update: Results coming in now, not looking bad so far. Barrett’s stronghold is Dane County, which includes Madison. With 16 percent in, he leads there with 56 percent of the vote — but he won the county with 68 percent in 2010. Keep an eye on that.

Update: HuffPo also has a nice county-by-county results map that comes recommended by Sean Trende of RCP. Note the three tabs for handy comparisons: “Results map,” “Margins,” and “Compare to 2010.” It updates automatically every 10 seconds. With 8.5 percent of the vote in, Walker is up big at the moment.

Update: Craig Gilbert of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel says the revised exit poll doesn’t show a “coin flip” after all. The prediction is Walker 52, Barrett 48, which would be in line with most recent polls. Cross those fingers tight.

Update: With 17.6 percent of the vote counted in Dane County, Barrett now leads just 55/44. He’s supposed to blow Walker out there. If that margin holds, he’s in deep trouble.

Update: Good lord. It’s 9:51 p.m. — and NBC, of all outlets, says Scott Walker has won.

I’m woozy. Stand by.

Update: I don’t know how we got from “massive Democratic turnout” and “50/50 exit poll” to a decision-desk call in 51 minutes, but damn it, I’ll take it. I assume that the numbers in Dane County were too weak for Barrett to give him a prayer, even with less than 20 percent reporting. He needed to utterly destroy Walker there to compensate for Walker’s heavy advantage in rural areas, but as I write this, the margin’s just 11 points. Holy cow.

Now I’m wondering what the final margin will be. Will it be four? Or something bigger?

Update: No sense in delaying this any longer. Unleash the kraken.


Robot libido by sabotage

Update: Fox News just called it for Walker too. I’m hearing on Twitter that the atmosphere on MSNBC right now is as funereal as you’d expect.

Update: With 30 percent of the vote in statewide, Walker is up by — no typo — 20 points. Obviously that’s going to tighten as more of Dane County comes in, but it looks like what happened here is that Walker simply blew him out in Wisconsin’s many red counties, to the point where realistically Barrett could never catch up in Madison and its suburbs.

Update: Hearing now that ABC and CNN have also called it for Walker, which is piquing my curiosity as to what the final margin will be. Would they really call a race so early that’s destined to settle at a four-point spread, or are we looking at something wider?

Update: With 40 percent of the vote counted, Walker is ahead by … more than 18 points.

Update: Here’s Ed Schultz consoling himself with the thought that Scott Walker might be indicted soon or something. Click the image to watch.

Update: Only 38 percent of Dane County is in as I write this so the statewide margin will narrow, but incredibly, Walker’s sitting on a 17-point lead with 55 percent of the total votes counted. Wow.

Update: I removed the Obama/Romney exit poll data from the headline. If the Walker/Barrett exits were garbage, why trust the same poll on the presidential race?

Update: Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch also won tonight. Am hearing on Twitter that when she took the stage to speak, she tweaked the Madison protesters by saying, “Now this is what democracy looks like.”

Update: “Democracy died tonight.”

Update: Don’t look now, but 62 percent of Dane County is in and 64 percent of the entire state is in — and Walker still leads by 16 points. Is this actually going to be a double-digit victory?

Update: Bobby Jindal: “A lot of people thought it would be a late night in Wisconsin. I think it’s going to be a late night in Chicago.”

Update: Didn’t see it, but Byron York claims MSNBC is reporting that Barrett will not call Walker to concede. With 72 percent reporting at the moment, Walker is clinging to a, er, 12-point lead. I don’t think we’re headed for a recount, Tom.

Update: So much for trusting MSNBC. Barrett is speaking now and says that he had indeed called Walker to concede.

Update: With just a shade under 80 percent of the vote counted, Walker’s still sitting on a fat 11-point lead. Can’t wait for the stories tomorrow about how the crack exit-poll team came up with a “coin flip” result.

Update: Here’s the RCP poll rundown over the last month. How did our pollsters do?

We Ask America, which used an enormous sample, looks awfully good right now for having predicted a blowout. Walker’s probably not going to get to double digits — the margin is 9.4 points at the moment with nearly 85 percent in — but they, more than anyone else, predicted that this election wouldn’t be close. It wasn’t.

Update: David Axelrod’s in deep, deep, deep denial.

Update: 93 percent of Dane County, Barrett’s stronghold, is now in and he’s come back from a slow start to duplicate his 2010 margin — 68 percent of the vote compared to Walker’s 30 percent. Barrett didn’t underperform around Madison, in other words. He simply got crushed virtually everywhere else in the state.

Update: Total votes for Walker in 2010: 1,128,941. Total votes tonight: 1,151,224 as I write this — with more than 11 percent of precincts still to report. Wow.

Update: You ready for this? Here’s the spin out of Obama HQ this fine evening:

“While tonight’s outcome was not what we had hoped for – no one can dispute the strong message sent to Governor Walker. Hundreds of thousands of Wisconsinites from all walks of life took a stand against the politics of division and against the flood of secret and corporate money spent on behalf of Scott Walker, which amounted to a massive spending gap of more than $31 million to $4 million,” Tripp Wellde, campaign state director, said in a statement.

“It is a testament to all of those individuals who talked to their friends, neighbors, and colleagues about the stakes in this election of how close this contest was. The power of Wisconsin’s progressive, grassroots tradition was clearly on display throughout the run up to this election and we will continue to work together to ensure a brighter future for Wisconsin’s middle class,” Wellde said.

Walker leads by eight and a half points with nearly 93 percent of the votes counted.

Update: Some late results from blue precincts have pushed Barrett to within 7.5 points of Walker but 96 percent of the state is now in. Looks like the Marquette polls from the RCP list I posted above will prove the most accurate in the end. Walker’s vote total as of this moment is 1,256,007 votes, more than 125,000 votes better than his take two years ago. What a glorious night.

Update: Let’s end the night with a very special message from America’s most lifelike talking-points robot, for whom no electoral disaster is so disastrous that it can’t be feebly spun:

Despite the disappointing outcome, ‪#WIrecall‬ effort sent Scott Walker a message that his brand of divisive politics is offensive & wrong.

125,000 more votes this time than last time.


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Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:13 PM

Upperyeastside
I got one word……
Bwaahaaahaaaa! !!!!!!!!!!!!!

angrymike on June 6, 2012 at 6:13 PM

Thanks for volunteering! Are you going to do installments or one gigantic compendium of “The Best Walker Win Thread Comments?” That’s my contribution: the title. You have a big job ahead – there are some crackerjack comments by a lot of the best commenters here.
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Good Luck!
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2992, I think

ExpressoBold on June 6, 2012 at 6:11 PM

Hey, someone help me out. Summarizing this thread is a job that could go into a Romney presidency.

Gladtobehere on June 6, 2012 at 6:13 PM

How about a shout out to “double agent” Bill Clinton???

Sweet_Thang on June 6, 2012 at 6:14 PM

Me?

RINO in Name Only on June 6, 2012 at 6:14 PM

Me?

RINO in Name Only on June 6, 2012 at 6:14 PM

Close enough, Congrats!

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:14 PM

And, it’s over the top!

ExpressoBold on June 6, 2012 at 6:15 PM

“Mission Accomplished!”

Sweet_Thang on June 6, 2012 at 6:15 PM

Life is so much better if you can be happy. Doesn’t it feel nice to be happy. ; )

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:16 PM

Here it comes. Who would like to do the honors?

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:13 PM

Me?

RINO in Name Only on June 6, 2012 at 6:14 PM

Ah well. Twas not meant to be.

RINO in Name Only on June 6, 2012 at 6:16 PM

Update: Here’s Ed Schultz consoling himself with the thought that Scott Walker might be indicted soon or something. Click the image to watch.

Arrgh!!! Blast you, A.P.!!! I did not need any mental imagery of Ed Schultz consoling himself.

[goes off grumbling, orders another case of brain bleach from Amazon]

Mary in LA on June 6, 2012 at 6:16 PM

How about a shout out to “double agent” Bill Clinton???

Sweet_Thang on June 6, 2012 at 6:14 PM

Bill Clinton really is a raaaaacist, isn’t he?

Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, Bwahaha, etc.

Gladtobehere on June 6, 2012 at 6:18 PM

Welcome to the new America where money talks and masses watch.

Uppereastside on June 6, 2012 at 5:41 PM

How do you think your idol, the Obamagod, got elected? Fool!!

Gladtobehere on June 6, 2012 at 6:10 PM


He doesn’t think …

… he just worships.

Explained:

I grew up in a liberal family. No amount of facts, no matter how clearly presented, will ever sway them from their religious belief in liberal ideology.

Ironically, electing liberals violates the First Amendment; you can’t separate Church and State if you believe they are one in the same.

Liberals KNOW they have a right to their opinion but feel YOU do not have a right to an opinion that disagrees with their opinion. Since they equate dissent from their opinion/dogma as heresy, anyone who does not believe in lock step with them may be treated as unenlightened savages.

PolAgnostic on June 6, 2012 at 6:18 PM

Here it comes. Who would like to do the honors?

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:13 PM

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Guess who popped the 3,000 comment cherry! Little Mr. Instigator himself!

ExpressoBold on June 6, 2012 at 6:18 PM

Close enough, Congrats!

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:14 PM

Thanks. Next time, I won’t hesitate – I should know by now to seize the day.

RINO in Name Only on June 6, 2012 at 6:20 PM

I always like to thank the folks that make these milestones happen. So, Thank You! And Congrats!

CW on June 6, 2012 at 5:44 PM

Sweet_Thang on June 6, 2012 at 5:45 PM

Rosmerta on June 6, 2012 at 5:46 PM

tom daschle concerned on June 6, 2012 at 5:50 PM

a capella on June 6, 2012 at 5:50 PM

KS Rex on June 6, 2012 at 5:51 PM

catquilt on June 6, 2012 at 5:53 PM

ExpressoBold on June 6, 2012 at 5:59 PM

Gladtobehere on June 6, 2012 at 6:00 PM

angrymike on June 6, 2012 at 6:04 PM

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Mary in LA on June 6, 2012 at 6:09 PM

DStreete on June 6, 2012 at 6:10 PM

MontanaMmmm on June 6, 2012 at 6:11 PM

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:22 PM

This was fun!

Kind of reminds me of the day Scott Brown got elected. Hot Air was abuzz with smokin’ commentary, and Brown absolutely stunned the libtard world by “stealing” Teddy Kennedy’s seat!

Sweet_Thang on June 6, 2012 at 6:23 PM

Its true what some say. Life is good.

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:23 PM

It’s a beautiful day!!!!!

CW on June 6, 2012 at 6:24 PM

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:22 PM

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You should add your name to that list, Bmore!

ExpressoBold on June 6, 2012 at 6:24 PM

Hey Bmore, just saw your post on the other thread. Sorry, so late. You made it over 3000! Whooo hoooo!

Congrats!

Fallon on June 6, 2012 at 6:25 PM

Bmore: thanks for helping to break the 3,000 mark, and same to the rest of the patriots on your list.

I’m out!!

Sweet_Thang on June 6, 2012 at 6:25 PM

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:22 PM

Thank you for noticing and for making many comments yourself.

Gladtobehere on June 6, 2012 at 6:28 PM

You should add your name to that list, Bmore!

ExpressoBold on June 6, 2012 at 6:24 PM

Not necessary. You all did it not me. ; )

It’s a beautiful day!!!!!

CW on June 6, 2012 at 6:24 PM

Yes it is indeed. ; )

Congrats!

Fallon on June 6, 2012 at 6:25 PM

Thanks Fallon. You are better to me than I deserve. Or is it then? ; )

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:33 PM

Thank you for noticing and for making many comments yourself.

Gladtobehere on June 6, 2012 at 6:28 PM

I’m just glad to be here, No pun intended. ; )

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:34 PM

Winning this election was so important that I am happy to be able to celebrate it here!

Thanks, Bmore, for making this a party!

thuja on June 6, 2012 at 6:35 PM

Conservative electorate: Hao! Dai ye! We won again! This is good, but what is best in life?

Barrett, idiot Liberal politician: Loot the treasury, support the unions, pontificate on camera, and feel the wind in your hair.

Conservative electorate: Wrong! Governor Walker! What is best in life?

Governor Walker: To crush your Liberal enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of debbie schultz wasserman.

Conservative electorate: That is good! That is good.

Gladtobehere on June 6, 2012 at 6:37 PM

Thank you for noticing and for making many comments yourself.

Gladtobehere on June 6, 2012 at 6:28 PM

I’m just glad to be here, No pun intended. ; )

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:34 PM

I welcome the company.

Gladtobehere on June 6, 2012 at 6:39 PM

Way to go Wisconsin! You made the country proud. This is just the start. Ye-arggh! (sp?)

silvernana on June 6, 2012 at 6:52 PM

Thanks, Bmore, for making this a party!

thuja on June 6, 2012 at 6:35 PM

Thank you. Its fun to be happy. We should all enjoy it! ; )

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 6:56 PM

Conservative electorate: Hao! Dai ye! We won again! This is good, but what is best in life?

Gladtobehere on June 6, 2012 at 6:37 PM

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I detect a Ghengis Khan reference approaching!

ExpressoBold on June 6, 2012 at 6:57 PM

Breaks 3k and I’m still 1.5K in reading all of them.

Today has been a wonderful day and the future … I think I need shades.

koaiko on June 6, 2012 at 7:02 PM

This was such a wonderful thread to be a part of. At one point it was moving so fast last night I couldn’t keep up. That has only happened one other time since I’ve been here. Victory is sweet, the tears of our adversaries, sweeter still. ; )

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 7:13 PM

MadCon, I’m not sure if you’ll head back this way at any point, but I’ll post my friends reply to me about the blue northern counties anyway. If I see you somewhere else this evening I’ll point you back to it. ; ) P.S. I had to leave off the first part of his response. He is not the least bit PC. I had at one point thought to have him register here. Then realized he would be banned in mere moments. : )

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Seriously, that part of the State is heavily influenced by Minneapolis.
Also used to be large Sea ports. Huge shipping companies ((heavy union influence) are now non-existent.
All 6 persons that currently live there are Schtupidt.
C’mon down to Waukesha County, we know how to win. (72%)

Where is my praise for showing the rest of the country how to bit•h slap some teachers/ unions.
See the locals bit•h slap the candidate:

Happy Awakening Day!
The Giant is Awake!

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 7:36 PM

Conservative electorate: Hao! Dai ye! We won again! This is good, but what is best in life?

Gladtobehere on June 6, 2012 at 6:37 PM

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I detect a Ghengis Khan reference approaching!

ExpressoBold on June 6, 2012 at 6:57 PM

Ghengis Khan, an early Obama supporter, a mighty proponent of redistributionist Democratic policies: “The greatest happiness is to vanquish your enemies, to chase them before you, to rob them of their wealth, to see those dear to them bathed in tears, to clasp to your bosom their wives and daughters.”

Gladtobehere on June 6, 2012 at 7:47 PM

Wasn’t able to post last nite so just wanted to say ALLLLLRIGHTTTT!

(helping BMore)

Barred on June 6, 2012 at 7:57 PM

(helping BMore)

Barred on June 6, 2012 at 7:57 PM

; )

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 8:03 PM

I hope that Allah will bear with me because I originally posted this at the end of a thread that immediately died. MUCH TOO GOOD NOT TO SHARE….

For those of you who haven’t yet partaken in any decent schadenfreude, you’ll find the mother load in this thread at DailyKoz. Admittedly, a guilty pleasure, but I find that the sheer hatred and vitriol being spewed out in these posts takes away most of the guilt. ENJOY THIS! (Content Warning!)

Most notable in the thread was this particular post:

the time for that starts Weds, Nov. 7th.
The day after the November election, we start taking to the streets. If our team wins, we do it politely but persistently, to remind them that we elected them and we are going to have to be taken seriously.

If the enemy wins, we do in the streets what Boehner and McConnell have been doing in Congress: shut it down! Not in the Democratic strongholds but in the Republican ones. Make it impossible for them to do business. There are plenty of ways to do that without violence or anything more illegal than a parking ticket.

So it seems that this is what democracy looks like…at least to these people. If you win at the ballot box you impose your will. If you LOOSE at the ballot box, shut down the government so the “enemy” can’t get anything done.

Tomolena1 on June 6, 2012 at 8:42 PM

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 7:36 PM

Thanks for that! Sounds like pretty much what I expected. This line in particular made me LOL:

All 6 persons that currently live there are Schtupidt.

MadisonConservative on June 6, 2012 at 9:11 PM

MadisonConservative on June 6, 2012 at 9:11 PM

Oh the opening line you would have really LOL!’d. Of course I might have been banned. So there’s that. ; )

Bmore on June 6, 2012 at 9:33 PM

Had to come back…

… I left my car keys and had to take a taxi.

Hey, is anyone going to drink this…?

*clink*

:)

Seven Percent Solution on June 6, 2012 at 10:46 PM

Seven Percent Solution on June 6, 2012 at 10:46 PM

Wasn’t it about %7 watered down with melted ice?

oh, and hi Bmore, cuz I know you’ll check this thread again.

Flora Duh on June 7, 2012 at 12:44 AM

Hi Flora, Hi 7%, * Clink! * You know me well. ; )

Bmore on June 7, 2012 at 3:22 AM

More please.

CW on June 7, 2012 at 6:17 PM

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