The American public has started the shouting from their windows, “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it any more!” (The movie “Nework” – 1976). And the loudest call yet has come from Wisconsin. In that state Scott Walker became the first to governor in US history to survive a recall election. The conservative won by a greater margin then he enjoyed in the initial election in 2010. By then, Americans were aware that they had made a big mistake by embracing “hope and change” policies. With support of the press and weeks of massive protests at the Statehouse, the liberals still suffered an historic defeat.
Mitt Romney was quoted as saying “Governor Walker has demonstrated over the past year what sound fiscal policies can do to turn an economy around, and I believe that in November voters across the country will demonstrate that they want the same in Washington”. The key question here is: Will Romney remember this after he is elected?
The conservatives have spoken and shown their strength in Wisconsin. They have spoken out against unions. They have spoken out against excess government spending. They have spoken out for conservative fiscal policies. They have spoken out for America!
Next stop…. Obama!
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