Prosecutors: Wisconsin Gov. Walker Part of Criminal Scheme

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    The radical left's wringing, weeping and gnashing of teeth over their humiliating losses in Scott Walker's recall election and being unable to recall their way to retaking the Wisconsin State Senate are at this point, embarrassing.

    Every time they gather in Madison to protest it's proof positive the Left has been taken over by groups wanting to maintain protection from reality….hardened labor interests protecting their bloated pensions, teachers protecting their ridiculous tenure laws and the non-sensical refusal to understand they may have to contribute something towards their own health care like the rest of us, and students protecting their "rights" to free everything.

    All of them are divorced from reality, including the fact they keep losing.
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    Democrats are far better at hiding illegal campaign funds simply because prosecutors have a difficult time investigating entities like the SEIU and UAW. When was the last time any of these unions were under any kind of scrutiny? Their network is much more elaborate and sophisticated than republicans. I guess it doesn't surprise me since most hackers are liberal. Democrats also use social media and the ilk far better.
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    The liberals in Wisky are all butt hurt since Walker showed the state how to get out from under the stranglehold of the unions that we're choking the state to death. They tried to run him out of the state with recalls and that didn't work, now they are trying any type of legal witch hunt that they can conjure up in their depraved liberal brains to politically ruin the guy because he's broken the back of the unions that were bankrupting the state. The only criminal in this story is the prosecutor that should be thrown in jail for abuse of power.
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    shameful but hardly surprising- the regime used the power if the IRS to do virtually the same thing and then conveniently the computers of those within the IRS all crashed and burned- I can smell the dung thru my iPhone
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    Five county prosecutors are behind this investigation: Two Republicans and three Democrats. The judge who stopped the investigation seems to very consistently Republican:

    http://thinkprogress.org/justice/20...scott-walker-out-of-a-criminal-investigation/
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    You're only partly correct. The police and firefighters emerged in Wisconsin have emerged largely untouched by reform. Even in Detroit those two groups were only minimally impacted even though the city is bankrupt.

    I've never understood why these two groups continue to be immune from budget realities. Especially the police. They continue to militarize to ridiculous levels and no politician has the balls to say enough is enough.
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    ^^^^^^*
    I know what you are saying. Rome wasn't built in a day though. One of my pet peeves are the government worker unions that have flourished in all levels of government. They should never have been allowed.
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    Oh well, libs... Another liberal lie...

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...d760f4-fd7e-11e3-932c-0a55b81f48ce_story.html

    More proof that facts mean nothing and shall not get into the way of a liberal target...
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    More lib bs that was reported incorrectly.
    The lib press lied, had no proof, akin to some posters.
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    I'm sure six will be here momentarily to correct this.
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    Spread the story, sink it into the quick hit newscycle, retract it after it might have made an impression.
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    how was it wrong?
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    A lot of people are mesmerized by what they've been told is Authority. A lot of those same people only see the other side once they are directly victimized; it's too much bother to consider things that aren't within immediate view. And much of this philosophy is garnered via the crawl on a television station.
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    Because ThinkProgress is lying which is not unusual, there are no Republicans behind this. They are democrat operatives who have been keeping their names secret. You know, cowards

    http://www.jsonline.com/news/statep...r-at-center-of-criminal-scheme-263839791.html

    Actually, this who charade has been an abuse by prosecutors and I look forward to them being disbarred when all is said and done.
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    You know, if you want to prove Think Progress is lying, you kind of need to post a quote of Think Progress lying. Instead, you simply claimed it was lying and then posted a quote from another source as tho that's evidence.
    That's kind of like me claiming you're a liar and then producing a quote from someone else, not you, to prove it. That's not exactly how it works.
    To be honest, I'm kind of surprised you thought it would.
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    Did you even read what I gave you? I didn't think so
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    yes, you posted a link from the Journal-Sentinel. Now, if you want to prove that Think Progress lied, you would quote its lie.
    Maybe it did. I don't know. But you certainly didn't come close to proving it. But I'm willing to read your proof if you want to try again.
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    How would thinkprogress possibly know who those other prosecutors are?

    Thinkprogress can't possibly know who the prosecutors are so therefore they are lying.

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