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Sore loser Republicans can't woo voters with ideas or policies, so they work to shrink the electorate. How very UNDEMOCRATIC.
Let's re-visit you post in three years. How do you think we will be doing economically?
Thank God we still have true Republicans left in leadership positions in this now sorry country.
I hope he realizes that the smart residents of Wisconsin will see right through his feeble attempt at limiting votes. Pretty soon he will go after skin color and net worth as criteria.
Walker still doesn't get it. Even if he succeeds, this current Republican Platform is still going nowhere. I spent most of my life in Wisconsin until living in Minn. This guy is a one-term Gov. without question.
Conservatives always turn to voter suppression when they're losing the battle of ideas. Walker's union busting isn't going so well these days, so he's on to the next thing dear to right-wing hearts; apparently he wants to throw his hat in the ring in 2016.
Walker's efforts to convert Wisconsin to a feudal state under his lordship continues. Anything to keep more of the serfs, vassals and general rabble away from the polls to consolidate GOP power.
Man, you can't turn your back on this guy for 5 minutes without him trying to take rights away from the non-wealthy.
Governor Walker is right. Access to the polls is ripe for abuse. Voter manipulation in Minnesota gave us Al Franken, who lost the actual election to Norm Coleman and went on to make the 60th vote for Obamacare. Read John Fund's book- concerning felon votes and Mark Ritchie's influence over the recount.
When votes are manipulated, legal voters lose.
Suppress the vote. Suppress democracy. Walker is a sorry politician.
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