Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Public Employee Unions Lose In Wisconsin

The results of the recall elections against 6 GOP state senators of Wisconsin are in, and they weren't happy for tax and spend 'progressives'.Only two of the GOP senators lost, preserving the Republican majority in the senate.

This was largely seen as a referendum on Governor Scott Walker's efforts to balance Wisconsin's budget and curb its rapacious public employee unions, and the unions and other Democrat special interest groups spent millions on these elections - to no avail.

Governor Walker was seen as a future target for recall if these elections were successful. That likely won't happen now.

if fact, the GOP may even increase its majority. Still to come are recall elections against two Democrat state senators Robert Wirch, D-Pleasant Prairie, and Jim Holperin, D-Conover face their own recall elections next week. The two incumbents are among the group of Democrat legislators nicknamed 'fleebaggers' in Wisconsin for leaving the state and hiding out in neighboring Illinois to avoid voting on Governor Walker's bills on the unions and budgets.

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