What do Mickey Mouse and Adolf Hitler have in common? They both want Governor Walker of Wisconsin recalled. As Governor Walker deals with recall petitions against himself and four other Republicans, he finds they are at odds with Mickey Mouse and Adolf Hitler, who want them removed from their elective offices.
I understand Adolf Hitler not liking Walker since Hitler was a big union guy, though people lacking historical knowledge try to say otherwise. Hitler disbanded the unions only so he could reconstitute them under one union, the German Labor Front (Deutsche Arbeitsfront, DAF), which was comprised of 2 primary entities, the National Socialist Factory Organization and the National Socialist Trade and Industry Organization.
Hitler made the unions an integral party of his government and they are the ones who voted him into office. Hitler would have loved this Wisconsin recall movement and the way it is being handled.
The Wisconsin Government Accountability Board reviewing the recall petitions will accept suspicious signatures as long they are dated and have been signed during the period allowed. You must think I’m joking by calling them the Accountability Board, but, no, honestly, that’s their name.
The Board said they will flag them so Walker’s people can collect evidence that they are not real people. Of course, it is impossible to do that in the 10 days Walker has to contest them. Walker cannot even see them until they are already accepted. All these frauds with recall petitions need to do is collect voluminous phony signatures and it will be impossible to verify most of them. They are stuffing the ballot boxes.
Organizers need to gather 540,208 valid signatures by Jan. 17 to force a recall election for Walker and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch.They had 300,000 as of Nov. 28. The other Republican recall petitions require 15,000 signatures.
They are even after a Democrat who didn’t vote the way they wanted on a mining bill. In other words, the unions want complete control of Wisconsin’s government, even to the point of how representatives vote on individual bills.
The unions want their collective bargaining back (forced & automatic withdrawal of union dues). Lying and cheating are avenues they find acceptable. Stealing the vote is A-OK with the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board.
As it turns out, Hitler’s signature was removed, but only because he put down an address in Germany. Mickey Mouse was accepted.
The Republican Party and Walker’s campaign have started their own website asking for people to submit information about signatures that ought to be disqualified, including multiple signatures…Read here: WISN.com
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