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Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel Endorses Scott Walker

In any exciting turn of events, on Saturday night Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) received the endorsement from theliberal Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the largest newspaper in Wisconsin.

No governor in recent memory has been so controversial. No governor in America is so polarizing. Everyone has an opinion about Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin.

Here's ours: We see no reason to remove Walker from office. We recommend him in the June 5 recall election.

[b]Walker's rematch with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett was prompted by one issue: Walker's tough stance with the state's public-employee unions.


Added: May-20-2012 Occurred On: May-20-2012
By: yorba
Tags: scott walker, wisconsin recall fail, liberal newspaper endorses, governor,
Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States (load item map)
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  • Democrats have fumbled, and the finger-pointing has already started. Wisconsin Democrats are blaming the DNC for not putting enough money into the state. The DNC is looking at November and doesn't want to blow money on a single race that isn't likely to help Democrats overall in the long run.

    The Journal-Sentinel's endorsement is surprising in some respects, but it is the mentality of a lot of people in Wisconsin. Maybe they don't agree with some of Walker's policies, but Democrats and the u More..

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  • Interesting politics here. This recall with Walker has galvanized the republicans/conservatives in the state. Wisconsin is going to go either way in the general presidential election. The last thing the democrats want is a galvanized opposition party. This is all pure politics.

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