Despite the picture which has been painted by unions, progressives, the Democratic Party and the mainstream media of an electorate which overwhelmingly supports the unions in their epic battle with Governor Scott Walker over collective bargaining privileges, the election upon which the left has hung the last of their hopes has been a crushing defeat. (…)
With voters growing weary of the continuing games from Washington and yet another threat of a government shut down looming, Democrats and Republicans spent Thursday alternately declaring they had, or hadn’t, reached a deal on funding the federal government through the current fiscal year. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (Democrat, Nevada) repeated Vice President Joe(…)
In lockstep with labor unions and well funded leftist groups involved in protests in Wisconsin are well known Obama political operatives who also drove the action to recall eight Republican state senators in retaliation for trying to curb union rights and benefits. Walker won wide margin despite Obama political operatives.
Democrats in Congress say they have grown frustrated with Obama because of his lack of leadership in their ongoing battle with Republicans over spending cuts, but with nothing in Obama’s career to suggest that he is one for political rough riding, it is odd for Democrats to express dismay that Obama isn’t leading the charge.(…)
Wisconsin Republicans have begun increasing the pressure on the Democratic State Senators, known as Fleabaggers, who fled Wisconsin to prevent the legislature from having a quorum, thus forestalling that body’s ability to vote on budget legislation aimed at returning the state to a sustainable course of fiscal sanity. These Democrats, who fled Wisconsin faster than(…)