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He deferred - and he then will be the first to condemn the Federal government for taking over Wisconsin health care, claiming it's a state power - and he will be the first to complain about how it isn't working - even when it is... In short, Walker - you had your chance for the state to enter the 20th century, and you deferred. Don't come around in a year telling us how it doesn't work.
Scotty's time on the national stage is over. Wisconsin has learned its lesson. He will be voted out next election.
Walker a voice of reason! If only more states could follow his lead instead of Jerry Browns.
Republicans oppose an exchange to provide private health care and support the federal government taking over state functions? Its here to stay, holding your breath until turning blue won't change that.
I believe Wisconsin is a blue state. I think Walker must have been sleeping that Tuesday. He's not heeding to the wishes of the voters.
Who won the election Governor? So you would
rather have the Feds set up the exchanges?
You're just another Republican in a state of
larciferNov. 16, 12 9:47 AM
Walker a voice of reason! If only more states could follow his lead instead of Jerry Browns..... Walker and his ilk are on the way out.
Hey, all you libs. You have all been talking about how wonderful it is that the feds were taking over healthcare and now you are condemning a state for deferring to the feds. Make up your minds!
Citizens say that Walker is in his final term as Guvner.
Right wingers, against "government takeover, government run" healthcare. Right wingers, all FOR government CONTROL over womens reproductive healthcare. Right wingers = unstable hypocrites.
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