By Jason Sattler

Scott Walker Wants To Make It Harder To Vote

November 20, 2012 2:50 pm Category: Memo Pad, Politics 68 Comments A+ / A-
Scott Walker Wants To Make It Harder To Vote

Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) has already made a foray into Iowa and pandered to the religious right by implying he might embrace New Earth Creationism. Now, Wisconsin’s Tea Party hero Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) seems to be positioning himself for 2016 by pursuing a goal that unites the Republican Partymaking it harder to vote.

In a speech at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California, Walker called for an end to Wisconsin’s same-day registration. What reasoning does he possibly have to discontinue a tradition that has made it easer to vote in the Badger State for generations?

He says that he’s concerned about poll workers:

States across the country that have same-day registration have real problems because the vast majority of their states have poll workers who are wonderful volunteers, who work 13-hour days and who in most cases are retirees. It’s difficult for them to handle the volume of people who come at the last minute. It’d be much better if registration was done in advance of election day. It’d be easier for our clerks to handle that. All that needs to be done.

Sure, Walker is concerned about conditions for workers, not the fact that the GOP lost Wisconsin by more than 6 percent, even though Wisconsinite Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) was on the ticket. It couldn’t be, as MSNBC’s Steve Benen points out, that the turnout rate in Democratic Milwaukee hit 87 percent.

(A commenter on Benen’s post won the internet with this response: “To further ease the burden on these elderly ‘volunteers,’ Walker proposed the elimination of elections altogether, substituting a Lifetime Appointment Decree in its place. It was unanimously passed by the Republican Legislature on Monday.”)

Of course, other Republicans are skipping over Walker’s justification of the law and going straight to crying wolf, AKA voter fraud, claiming it’s difficult to verify addresses for same-day registration.

Again the GOP is creating a problem that doesn’t exist in order to justify making voting more difficult.

“To date, no Republican has been able to show that there is any impersonation voter fraud and every study shows that there is no rampant voter impropriety in the state of Wisconsin or around the country,” Scot Ross, head of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now, said.

Walker became a household name in 2010 by pushing a law that stripped state workers of the right to bargain collectively. His agenda also includes corporate tax cuts and cutting regulation for business. Across the nation, the GOP’s official stand seems to be that regulation is terrible –unless it prevents workers from organizing, women from making their own health care choices and voters from voting.

In other Scott Walker news, Kelly Rindfleisch, Walker’s deputy chief of staff when he was Milwaukee County Executive, was sentenced to 6 months in jail and 3 years of probation for campaigning for Walker while on the clock as a county employee.

Six people including Rindfleisch have been charged as a result of a secret investigation into Walker’s gubernatorial campaign. The governor is not one of them, as of yet.

Photo credit: AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File

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  • http://profile.yahoo.com/7J35GJP7OMNEISJ6HBZJKVBK6I LindaL

    Of course Walker made the announcement in front of donors prior to announcing this here in Wisconsin. Dems definitely need to come up with a better candidate to face him in 2014. Would that we would have successfully recalled him.

    • anyasnote

      You should have recall him even with the old guy Dem. It will gets worse, not enough Dems to fight him or stop him. Too much money is behind him and Stupid people in Wisconsin believe in his BS. IF he is so good why do some Corp. moving to Ill.?????????? Why so many houses is up for sale or abandoned. WHY???
      It’s a new Wisconsin for the past 2 +yrs and it’s scary, I am in Ill. but work with a lot corp. in WI and some will move out, especially in construction . No bids contracts go for his buddies and donors, none to any Joe Blow.,He blew it. He claims to balance the budget – NOT. Just shifted the numbers on the books.

  • Paul Browne

    What a crook!

  • Canistercook

    Unfortunately I am beginning to feel my vote does not mean much when votes can be bought with entitlements. for many who don’t even pay their own bills yet can vote for some else to pay their bills.
    Our country has become a nation of have’s and have not’s and regardless of how one became a have or a have not our current system merely rewards the majority of one group and punishes the other group. This is a new form of slavery if one wants to work hard to eat and live reasonably well. Joining the ‘have not’s’ may provide more opportunity to go to ball games etc.

    • amarquez647

      My friend you need Enlightment.

      • Canistercook

        Guess we will find out which of us needs enlightenment over the next 4 years! Someone who bought the Black, Hispanic, single mother, gay, welfare. student vote or someone who tried to elect someone with a lot of business background and life experience.

        • Sand_Cat

          You’re also in a great position to criticize when the best you and your pathetic friends can do is try to prevent voting by those who disagree with you, a tacit admission of how self-deceptive your whole outlook is.

          And of course, Romney didn’t try to buy any votes by announcing tax cuts for billionaires. You just haven’t got the insight or the courage to admit that most people reject the wing-nut agenda; they had to have been “bought off.”

          • Canistercook

            Just when did Romney try to or mention offering cuts to millionaires? I believe he did say he was going to increase taxes on some of their low taxed income.

          • Sand_Cat

            We all know what you believe. We’re talking about facts here, not your delusions.

          • Canistercook

            Then produce them to uphold your mistaken belief and correct my delusion! At no time did Romney say he was going to cut rates only for high incomers. He said he wanted to reduce the rates for all and change the loopholes. You are the brainwashed one!

          • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYZP2APYPP7H6PWS2ZDQRWFEQ Hillbilly

            Go back and read the different things Romney said about tax cuts? He never said anything about increasing taxes for himself and other rich people. Why do think you think he never answered the question when asked what his plans for the Country were? If they didn’t include tax cuts for him and other rich people, he would have told what his plans were. During the Republican primaries he was asked that question and he said “If you knew that, you wouldn’t vote for me”.

          • Canistercook

            Can you prove he ever said “If you knew…….” That’s what you read in your left wing papers! Closing loopholes is a tax increase for ‘rich’ which he promised to do. So many o the left are so misinformed!

        • tobyspeeks

          Parrot says what?

    • foolsdance

      Then please, by all means – stop voting. Do you really not understand what Romney’s campaign donors were trying to buy? You are a clueless fool.

      • Canistercook

        And over the next 4 years you will find out what you voted for. A law school graduate who has an ego that goes through the roof and no leadership experience. But I won’t insult you by calling you names.

        • Sand_Cat

          Well, aren’t you magnanimous!

          But of course, you know all about egos through the roof, since you’re so obviously superior to us moochers, freeloaders, and pinheads that you can’t face facts.

          • Canistercook

            If you are one of the ones you describe then I am superior

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYZP2APYPP7H6PWS2ZDQRWFEQ Hillbilly

          That will a first for you,

          • Canistercook

            I have NEVER made a rude or insulting remark like so many others that read this left wing paper.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/6LV46JYK2SEXSXEOTFLGQ37FAA GEORGE

      WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE WHO DO NOT PAY THEIR BILLS? I AM REALLY TIRED OF BLOWHARDS LIKE YOU IMPLYING THAT IF YOU VOTE DEMOCRAT YOU MUST BE A MOOCHER. I PAY TAXES AND I HAVE ALWAYS PAID TAXES FOR ALMOST 50 YEARS NOW. AND YEAH MOST MINORITIES PAY TAXES. AND AS FAR AS US BEING THE HAVE NOTS, YEAH MIDDLE CLASS PEOPLE HAVE LOST GROUND FOR OVER 30 YEARS SINCE THE GIPPER WAS IN THE WHITE HOUSE. FOR ALL OF YOU CONSERVATIVE WHO LOOK BACK TO THE 50′S WITH NOSTALGIC TEARY EYES MAY I REMIND YOU THAT WAS WHEN THE MIDDLE CLASS WAS STRONG AND YEAH THE RICH PAY HIGER TAXES. YET THEY CONTINUED TO GET RICH. AND I DO NOT BELIEVE THE RICH ARE THE JOB CREATORS THAT YOUR KIND LOVE TO SELL. ONLY WHEN THE VAST MIDDLE CLASS HAS MONEY TO SPEND CAN REAL MONEY BE MADE. WE HAVE BECOME THE HAVE NOTS BECAUSE OF GREEDY CONSERVATIVE CUTTING OUR BENEFITS, OUR SALARY , GUTTING OUR UNIONS, ALL SO THEY CAN GET MORE AND MORE. WHAT IS BETTER? FOR MOST OF US TO HAVE A DECENT WAGE OR FOR A FEW OF US TO BE REALLY REALLY RICH ….FOR US SERF TO ADORE? GUESS WE WERE ALL JUST OVERPAID TO BEGIN WITH ACCORDING TO YOU!!!! LOOK AT THE WESTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. YEAH THEY HAVE RICH PEOPLE, BUT NOT BILLIONAIRES LIKE HERE. AND THE MIDDLE CLASS THERE LIVES VERY WELL. AND THEY HAVE GOOD MEDICAL CARE. AND IF YOU DO NOT LIKE UNIVERSAL HEATH CARE AS YOU HAVE A GOOD JOB WITH MEDICAL, HEY YOU ARE ONE PINK SLIP FROM NO MEDICAL CARE.

      SO STICK WITH YOUR CONSERVATIVE REPUBLICANS CANISTERCOCK. WHEN THEY ARE FINISHED USING YOU THEY WILL SEND YOU TO THE SERF QUARTERS LIKE ALL THE ONES BEFORE YOU!!!!!

      • Canistercook

        And as we lose our ability to compete we will sit by with you and watch even our ground being bought by China.

        • johninPCFL

          Britain is the largest foreign owner of US property.

          • Canistercook

            So far! but it took them centuries to achieve it. Not a few years!

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/ZJ5BBSQIGTUMERPZFALES6HQNY Bill

      I don’t fit the demographic you chose for your argument. I’m white, male and in my 60′s and I voted for President Obama, both times. I worked for over 40 years, pay all of my bills and pay a higher effective tax rate than people making more than 100 times what I earn. This is due to the current tax rates for capital gains, dividends and interest payments, there are people in the Private Equity and Hedge Fund businesses that can claim fees they charge as dividedns rather than income so therefore can use the tax rate of 15% to pay less of an effective rate than a large number of regular working people. So when you talk of entitlements you may want to consider this tax gift to the top 1%. As for entitlements is collecting Social Security considered an “entitlement”, I’ve paid into the system for 40+ years. For that time I have had a contract with the gov’t , I paid an amount of money into the SS fund every paycheck and will be able to receive a monthly payment when I start collecting. If I had an insurance policy with some private company is it an entitlement if I make a legimate claim? Are you referring to students when you claim they can vote but don’t pay their own way, many students work part and full time jobs while going to school so that can’t be who you are talking about. People working at the minimum wage level also seem to be they ones referred to as the takers, is that what you believe. These were part of Romney’s 47% that he disparaged in his speech to the wealthy. I’ll take President Obama over Romney any day

      • Canistercook

        No, I do not mean the privileged few paying 15% tax that you have been brainwashed to vote against along with the rest of the working folks that made this country successful. I mean those who have been offered 13 years of education free and have not taken advantage of it. I mean those who overeat, smoke, use drugs, etc., that he wants me to pay for their medical care when their body breaks down, I mean those ‘living on student loans’ getting ‘c’s and ‘d’s, taking majors like ‘black or Hispanic studies or humanities instead of engineering or technical majors, I mean those Federal workers that get to retire at 55 and get a pension for 30 plus years that makes my social security check look sick. If Obama was proposing only to increase the 15% rate of taxes on the income gained through things like a ‘hedge funds’ or capital gains or unearned I would think better of him, but he is not. He is seeking to increase the tax on those already for example paying 50% tax in California on much of what they ‘earn’ in their small businesses. He is seeking to tax the heck out of them to support the majority of the 90% children born to Black single mothers, the 47% children born to Hispanic single mother and the 27% white children born to white single mothers. He is seeking to prop up the Government Unions with their plush pay and retirement benefits who are behind him 100%. Like the Communist party we have become a nation of party supporters and if you support the right party, right now the ‘democrats’, you will be well taken care of. The Russians developed the same system with their Communist Party and the members of the ‘party’ flourished while the country went to hell. Obama has used jealousy of the few ‘rich’ to brain wash the masses to vote for him. Hitler used the Jews successfully in Germany as his method. Obama lacks leadership, lacks integrity, and lacks the desire to encourage all Americans to pull together and pull this countries workers back into what they need to do to compete in this very competitive world. We have gone from a ‘chicken in every pot’ to a nice house for everyone along with a car for everyone and expensive medical treatment for everyone whether they earn it or not. I like to help the deserving needy but now we must also help the lazy, demanding healthy greedy. I once believed in the slogan I saw in the old days “Your future is great in a growing America”. I now believe the smart thing to do is get a government job and do whatever you like, avoid work as much as you can and you will be well rewarded and live a comfortable life anyway – that is until we become a third world country. I guess I do not support Communism no matter what name you give it. Birth control pills would sell for $5 if on the shelves at the local pharmacy yet they cost the taxpayers $35 a month. A $35 birth control diaphram would cost $35 for a 5 year period! Much of this profit will go to government workers and big drug companies along with doctors making $400,000 a year that all supported Obamacare. We are attacking the goose that laid the golden eggs, our productive industries, and more and more they are closing or moving out. Obama’s coalition consists of Blacks because he is black and they need welfare, Hispanics because they want easy immigration for their relatives, Gays because he endorsed gay marriage, government union employees because they want to keep their good pay and pensions, students getting government low cost loans and white’s who have never voted anything but Democratic all their lives. So the other 50,000,000 that voted against Obama are probably mostly white men and women who worked hard to build the country we used to have that are not a member of any of the foregoing groups.

        • Del WS

          You’re just as far off now as you’ve been for all the months you’ve been attacking our President. You’ve already changed your user name once and I guess it’s time to do it again because keeping the same one will warn all of us you’re coming.
          If you hate our President and government so much, I suggest you look into other countries to move to and then after you’ve moved, you can hit the Comment Boards with what’s wrong with whatever country you chose. (And believe me, you’ll be hard pressed to find any country better than the one you’re now inhabiting.)
          Your complaints and insults aren’t changing a damn thing. Your choice lost. Over half the voters won. So, you have another option. You can keep pathetically complaining and throwing insults or you can pull on your grownup clothes and live with it.

          • Canistercook

            I have NEVER changed names. I don’t ‘hate’ anyone I just want a good President. Our President is not ‘the Country’ My comments are not insults they are facts that you don’t like. Typical comments from a low brainer I guess

          • johninPCFL

            Was THAT an insult? Just trying to calibrate to what passes for truth in your brain.

        • johninPCFL

          Your first paragraph pretty much describes the central US red states. They get $2 back for each $1 paid in taxes. California, on the other hand, gets back $0.85 per dollar paid. If they got their money back, they could use it like Rick Perry did to plug structural difficiencies in the state budget. I guess Rick liked his $2/$1 swap OK…

      • Canistercook

        Let’s just hope you picked a winner. I paid into SS for all the years I worked and needed the money and now they take an additional chunk out of my SS check and call it a ‘Medicarepremium’ even though it is based o my income so it is really a tax. I sure don’t like a government that even has to lie to me to raise money!

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYZP2APYPP7H6PWS2ZDQRWFEQ Hillbilly

          You don’t have to take medicare. Don’t want to pay medicare insurance payments. You can drop it, not every one who gets Social Security have medicare, they pay for their own insurance and have never had medicare. Question do you show your medicare card if go and see a doctor then part of that Dr’s bill is paid by Medicare insurance? Medicare is not tax and nothing you can say will make it one.It is an insurance, I have it.

          • Canistercook

            If it’s not a tax then why do some people pay much higher premiums than others once they go on it based on their annual income? Even if I refuse t use Medicare they still make the deduction from my social security check! You are wrong, unless you are working for a government agency you are required to have medicare deducted from your paycheck.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYZP2APYPP7H6PWS2ZDQRWFEQ Hillbilly

      The election was not bought through entitlements. The election was won because the middle class, working poor and some of the rich did’t like the few ideas that Republicans let them know about and did not like the idea that people like Robert Murray, Anniston, Trump and the Koch brothers were trying to buy the White House for their bought Presidential and Vice Presidential candidate. I should not say this since it brings me down to your level, the best thing that could happen to someone like you is for you to actually become “a have not” and learn about they face every day and learn that most of the time it is even their fault they are in that situation . By rewarding one group you mean giving tax cuts to the rich that don’t them then raising the taxes of everyone else. You know you can always move to another Country since you seem to hate the people that live here. Limbaugh is suppose to be leaving the Country since President Obama won reelection, why don’t you join him.

      • Canistercook

        I don’t choose to join Limbaugh or any other right or left wing person. I can think for myself. The election was won by Obama because the UNIONs bought it and he organized as Hitler did. Hitler used the Jews and Obama used the ‘rich’. Both were too successful and ran a lot of the productivity of the country.

  • nobsartist

    walker should be concerned about how hard it will be for him to live once he is no longer protected.

    that is one punk that better run to his car.

    by the way, get that lazy eye fixed. you look like a jerk off.

    • lana ward

      Fat. fag Barney Frank doesn’t wear teeth– not even on the Senate floor? He really looks like an inconsiderate jerk off, don’t you think? That is VERY disrespectful to the whole Senate!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_B6RROC4IUESHT322QS5VJVPYRM Lynda

    Of course he does. When more people vote, more vote Democratic. The is not the sharpest pencil in the box and his actions have proven over and over again. Then again when you’ve got millions of Koch money behind you brains are not the salient requirement. Shame on you Scott.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PMVMZMDLRQL3TRK5RNOHJVZPHU stoptheinsanity

    Republican idiots still don’t get it! They think that by enacting more voter suppression laws and tactics against minorities and Democrats, that those actions will enable them to win more elections. That strategy didn’t work this year and it won’t work in years to come. What it does do is to energize the will of those being suppressed to fight even harder and overcome these Jim Crow era-styled Republican instituted laws and disenfranchisement. The demographics of this country have changed and it will continue to do so. Sane Americans will not buy into the political ideas and ideologies that the right embraces no matter how much their party tries to repackage their brand. The colorful and beautiful wrapping on the outside does not negate the stench that is coming from inside the package.

    • lana ward

      Red rag stole the election with fraud, that’s the only way he could win

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_TT6POTCLZCE74T76WAJIIIUAHU frida

    Scott Walker and some of republicans are totally useless. Don’t they understand when they try to make harder to vote is a motivation to people to prove them wrong? Anyone who can not learn through mistakes they make is dumb.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Colleen-Klemp/100002683878543 Colleen Klemp

      RIGHT ON BROTHER OR SISTER! He is just as much a snake in the grass as Homely Lonely Romney.

  • William Deutschlander

    Scott Walker is a Koch Brothers “STOOGE”!

    As such he is a GRAVE DANGER TO OUR DEMOCRACY, he is unamerican.

    Apparently he did not learn anything regarding Christianity from his Father.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/WAYM6CPMQ3M6RRKE6TA2MN2QYQ Rex H

    Why are there so many Scott Walker Republicans in Wisconsin?
    Wasn’t that state considered a liberal state at one time?
    Madison, Wisconsin – huge college town…progressive people (I must have fallen asleep and lost track of things).

    Walker is a cat with more lives than I would have ever imagined.
    He’s also what comes out of the posterior end of a cat and drops in a litter box.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1343058587 Mildred Ortega Calderon

    When will this end? So tired of this f&#c*ng republicans.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Colleen-Klemp/100002683878543 Colleen Klemp

    Scott Walker is a ding dong, he doesn’t have the courage to make his anouncement of his agenda in WI, he does it in CA. When he ran for gov. he would not say what his plans for Wis. were, he said “Just Trust Me”. We in WI know how that turned out, like Lying Ryan he is not liked in his own home town.

  • adriancrutch

    He looks stupider than Richard Nixon. I’m surprised Wisconsin Deer Hunters haven’t glued antlers on his head and set him loose! …..And what’s with his droopy EYEBALL!

  • ococoob

    Get the DOJ on these idiots/wackos here!

  • http://www.facebook.com/debbie.kieselryan1 Debbie Kiesel-Ryan

    Can’t wait until he’s there joining them!!! Let’s look for ways to keep only the Democrats from voting, we want total control for corporations. If anything, the platform of Walker is what is a threat to our Bill of Rights and our Constitution. If we become the United States of Corporate America we are all doomed!!!!!

  • howa4x

    The fact is that Republicans can’t win on their ideas, so they resort to voter suppression as their main strategy. Voters reject the constant intrevention in their lives by state governments. Women don’t want trans vaginal ultra sounds, or restrictions on contraception, gays want freedom to love and marry who they want, latinos don’t want local police to stop and harrass just because of who they are, but do accept public good restrictions like speed limits or ones that get them safe drinking water. Republicans don’t understand that. Didn’t Jesus rail against abortion?
    I think the most intresting thing republicans do is they want government to intervene in what they don’t like but want to be left alone about what they do like. So now the majority has spoken and don’t want the restrictions that republicans like. So accept it or suppress it. Republicans usually choose the latter.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYZP2APYPP7H6PWS2ZDQRWFEQ Hillbilly

      Republicans wants the US government to stay out of state government business, and allow them to make laws that take rights away,While on the state level Republicans want to pass laws like allowing employees to keep guns in their cars on private company property when the owners of the company have a policy of no guns on company property. Such a law didn’t make it out of committee this year because business owners and others fighting to make sure that it was never voted. After the election the Republican Lt. Governor in Tennessee made it known that when the Legislature convenes in January this same law will be the first law to be brought up. Business owners and citizens across the state has told this dummy, the Republican governor, and the Republican legislature that they wanted the bill killed and not brought up again , of course what the citizens that elected them want and the fact if the bill is passed Tennessee will have businesses leaving the state and other business won’t expand creating more jobs for Tennesseans doesn’t matter to the Republicans. All that matters to them is keeping the NRA happy one of their biggest donors. How the Republicans in the Tennessee government think is how Republican politicans think, keep my donors happy even if means my state loses businesses and revenue and the people that elected me lose jobs and maybe even their that NRA money more important than people.

      • howa4x

        This is the bubble they operate in. Keeping donors happy and trying to fool the public into believeing they are for their intrests. Take health care reform. The republican states won’t pass it but their populations need it. Some of the red states like Tenn lead in obesity rates that will lead to type II diabetes, heart disease and other chronic diseases. This fact will be one of the reasons that in the future corporations won’t locate there because the ACA demands they insure their workers. With out a plan to insure them they will over load emergency rooms with their care needs, and the state will have to bail out the hospitals at the most expensive rates there are. Corporations in the future will locate in states with good health outcomes and an intelligent work force, so the states that are teaching creationism instead of science will fall farther behind in economic development.
        It all fits together

  • Budjob

    Between the years 2000-2010 there were649 million votes cast in general electionsDuring that time period,there was 47,000 UFO sightings,441 Americans killed by lightning,and,THIRTEEN CREDIBLE CASES OF IN-PERSON VOTER IMPERSONATION,AKA FRAUD!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QFTD4SSX5TR5T6YNW7WVHPSJZI Fred

    Get out of politics. Your behavior is inappropriate. I can only hope your political days are numbered. I am from WI and are full of baloney regarding voter registration.

  • Ayaya Worenwu

    People like Walker, ryan, Limbaugh, Karl Rove, Arizona governor, romney and Cantor are the ones that scare people away from Republican party.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/7OSTK2CD6YLTWC6DK7P6UN35FM GW

    These corporate think tanks need to be made illegal. The Koch brothers don’t live in Wisconsin. Only local people should determine the future of our state. Walker is the Koch brother’s think tank enforcer. We lose the right of self determination when we allow corporate dictators to micro manage us.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYZP2APYPP7H6PWS2ZDQRWFEQ Hillbilly

      I posted something like that before the recall election. When there is something that is political locally like the Walker recall election is happening the only donors for either party should strictly be the people that live in the state. Nor should the National Democratic or National Republican parties be allowed to donate money because most of the money from either one would be coming from people that don’t live in the state and won’t be affected by the outcome. Also without outside donors the election results would come closer to being what the majority of the people want and not what big bucks can make happen.

  • Budjob

    I really don’t understand how the electorate was conned into voting for this half baked,second rate politician in the first place.I reside in Ohio and,the people in this fucked up state installed a Governor (KaSICK) that is probably as bad or worse than the imbecile that is the Governor of Wisconsin!!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/RGOUPZ3JYNMPBVOHLZRCRVRD6Q ivory69690

    time for the ppl. of Wisconsin to give walker the 9mm shot to his empty head he soooo needs and deserves

  • tobyspeeks

    The John Doe investigators are crossing all the “T’s” and dotting all the “I’s.” They want to make sure this clown has zero technicalities to use before they charge him. It will take some time, but before real long, this college drop out will be wearing prison orange.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYZP2APYPP7H6PWS2ZDQRWFEQ Hillbilly

    Walker should have been the first one investigated and the first one sent to jail. Bet he didn’t bother to ask the seniors that works the polls if they wanted same day registration done away with. If he had or does asks if the seniors in Wisconsin are like the senior poll workers in my state, not only would they tell him no but they would tell him hell no. Republicans should have learned a lesson from our past election, making it hard to vote just makes more people that much more determined to vote.
    Republicans seem determined to take this Country back to post Revolution days especially when comes to voting ,a time when the only people allowed to vote were white males 25 and older and that owned land if you were a store owner , you didn’t get to vote.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1425480465 Liz Feeser-Regan

    This party and these men will cause a war in this country if they are not careful.

  • ARepublicanNorthlandGrad

    You are right Linda, The problem is who?

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3S7SF3VBIUIX7PT2U5DV26BIOI well aware of situation

    That Racist Scott Walker would like to return to the days when African Americans had no voting rights…..he would further restrict the voting rights of all none caucasians….further if your party affiliations were not the same as his, then you also would be able to vote. People like Walker are attempting to move this country to a Dictatorship.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jim-Myers/100001512942781 Jim Myers

    You just can’t make this stuff up!!

    Sleaze is alive and well within the GOP.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lutrell.simmons Lutrell Simmons

    THOSE PEOPLE JUST DON”T STOP WE NEED TO VOTE ALL OF THEM OUT SO TIRED OF THEM WITH THEIR MESS THEY ARE SOME SICK PEOPLE

  • dsand1445

    Walker time is coming and unlike last cycle money can’t buy his re-election. GOP don’t get it at all voter suppression tactics don’t work it only piss voters off.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4TPSXBB5YIPKDVPNYYED7LZTPA hometown dude

    Instead of changing their culture to one that benefits all Americans a lot of Republicans are content with walking the same misguided path. I see a one party system coming!!!

  • jstsyn

    “The governor is not one of them, as of yet” Give it time.

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