Monday, October 24, 2011

Recall, Repeal and Replace should be the Democratic call to arms.

Have you noticed, Democrats haven’t publically stated their intentions to repeal any of the highly unpopular changes made by the Republican legislature? What the hell are they waiting for?

The point is; Recall, Repeal and Replace!!!

Helping in that cause is Scott Walker’s new website, where he features a list of everything that will be repealed once the Democrats are voted in. Legislators would be wise to put in place an easy to understand plan that puts Wisconsin back on firm footing, all the while always stressing the repeal of everything they’ve gutted since their power grab. Citizens wanted jobs, not a completely privatized government controlled by special interests.
Channel3000: Gov. Scott Walker has launched a new website touting the results of changes he pushed this year, including his proposal taking away nearly all collective bargaining rights from most state workers. The website launched Monday comes less than a month before his opponents say they will start a petition drive to force a recall election next year.

Democratic Party Chairman Mike Tate accuses Walker of using taxpayer money to launch what he calls a campaign website.

Walker said he created the website at to provide information…
…blah, blah, blah.

Recall, repeal and replace. Check out the "campaign" rhetoric Walker is using on the taxpayer dime:
Welcome to our website. This has been a year of historic change in Wisconsin. Facing a $3.6 Billion deficit, Governor Scott Walker and state lawmakers got to work making the hard decisions to get the state's finances back on track.  Their reforms gave local governments and school districts the tools they so badly needed to balance their own budgets without raising taxes.

Change can be hard.  As one school board member and small business owner recently told us, "It's not easy doing what you think is right."

Doing what you "think" is right is different from doing the right thing. If we used Walker’s line of thinking, then doing what nobody wants done is the only way to govern.  It also says you’re above criticism, because hell, what do they know? 

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