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08/10/2011

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Sheilah Blanco

Right ON Wisconsin! Way to go! GOD bless you all.

hrw

God had nothing to do with it. it was people depending on themselves.

Belinda Rachman

Heartbroken that the GOP held on to a majority. How can anyone support these awful people? Hope there wasn't any voter suppression or if there was that we fight for all the votes this time. Had Al Gore done that we wouldn't be in this mess in the first place.

Peggy Quinn

I am so proud to have been born and raised in Wisconsin. Wisconsin workers, their families, friends, and community supporters are leading the country by their example of HOW TO FIGHTBACK AGAINST THESE VICIOUS ATTACKS ON WORKING PEOPLE. I am confident that we will retain the 2 Democratic seats that are being challenged next week.........GO WISCONSIN!!!!!!

Dan Reynolds

I feel that the Demo who left Wis during the debate should be recalled.

shan

WAY TO GO WISCONSIN!!! now if our fools in Florida could get it together as well...

Jim Smith

"Two traditional Republican districts"? You need to get your facts straight. One was a traditional Democrat district and the other win was over a guy who moved out of his district. The facts are that these 6 were deemed by your all holy unions to be the MOST vulnerable in all of WI and they still failed big on 4. Face it, most of WI is on to the thug tactics and politics of class warfare. The Union's stranglehold on WI and Lord-willing America, is coming to an end. If you starve the host (see Detroit) it doesn't matter what your union promised you, everyone loses.

Paul

God Bless Gov Walker. i hope the same happens in NY. DOWN WITH ALL UNIONS!!! Jim said it perfectly... unions do nothing but starve thier host! unions served thier purpose. now it's time they moved into the shadow of history. They do nothing but hinder and obstruct our capitalistic society.
Someday your kool-aid fed members will realize they don't need you. That will be the final nail in your coffin.

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I am so pleased to have been born and raised in Wisconsin. Wisconsin laborers, their tribes, mates, and cooperative supporters are heading the nation, I feel that the Demo who alternate wisconsin in the midst of the civil argument might as well be reviewed.

Timi Burke

It takes many struggles to free oneself from chains. Onward!

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