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(Washington Post)   The mightiest Democratic sellsword ever, Lord Billus of the Clinton, has once again saddled his trusty steed and is riding north to slay the Villainous Scott Walker   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 364
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2012-06-01 08:04:29 AM  
You go get 'em, Bill! And tag a couple of Hooters girls while you're there!
 
2012-06-01 08:07:05 AM  
It is such bullshiat the DNC is only now dispatching people to Wisconsin. They have farked this up so bad.
 
2012-06-01 08:29:02 AM  
As long as Walker is in power, there's hope for Wisconsin.
 
2012-06-01 08:34:25 AM  
Am I the only liberal who is uncomfortable with such national effort being waged on a state election?
 
2012-06-01 08:52:42 AM  

Cythraul: Am I the only liberal who is uncomfortable with such national effort being waged on a state election?


Why are you uncomfortable with it?
 
2012-06-01 08:57:15 AM  

ginandbacon: Cythraul: Am I the only liberal who is uncomfortable with such national effort being waged on a state election?

Why are you uncomfortable with it?


For some reason a lot of big out-of-state influence (both from Republican and Democratic sources) on a state election makes me uncomfortable. I guess I feel all efforts regarding the state recall here should be from sources from within the state. I'm probably being a bit hypocritical anyway, since I appreciated Obama's comments regarding the same-sex marriage ban on the ballot for NC a few weeks back.
 
2012-06-01 09:02:45 AM  

Cythraul: ginandbacon: Cythraul: Am I the only liberal who is uncomfortable with such national effort being waged on a state election?

Why are you uncomfortable with it?

For some reason a lot of big out-of-state influence (both from Republican and Democratic sources) on a state election makes me uncomfortable. I guess I feel all efforts regarding the state recall here should be from sources from within the state. I'm probably being a bit hypocritical anyway, since I appreciated Obama's comments regarding the same-sex marriage ban on the ballot for NC a few weeks back.


I guess I don't see the problem with it. The National Committees exist to do exactly this kind of work and Walker's been quite willing to accept a ton of help from outside the state so turnaroundandfairplay to him.
 
2012-06-01 09:39:05 AM  

Cythraul: Am I the only liberal who is uncomfortable with such national effort being waged on a state election?


With the electoral college, not even national elections are really national. Unless Bill Clinton holes up in Washington D.C. forever, everywhere he goes will be influencing local politics.
 
2012-06-01 09:40:21 AM  

Cythraul: ginandbacon: Cythraul: Am I the only liberal who is uncomfortable with such national effort being waged on a state election?

Why are you uncomfortable with it?

For some reason a lot of big out-of-state influence (both from Republican and Democratic sources) on a state election makes me uncomfortable. I guess I feel all efforts regarding the state recall here should be from sources from within the state. I'm probably being a bit hypocritical anyway, since I appreciated Obama's comments regarding the same-sex marriage ban on the ballot for NC a few weeks back.


Yeah, except he didn't say anything until after the ballots were cast and counted.
 
2012-06-01 09:45:07 AM  

stpauler: Cythraul: ginandbacon: Cythraul: Am I the only liberal who is uncomfortable with such national effort being waged on a state election?

Why are you uncomfortable with it?

For some reason a lot of big out-of-state influence (both from Republican and Democratic sources) on a state election makes me uncomfortable. I guess I feel all efforts regarding the state recall here should be from sources from within the state. I'm probably being a bit hypocritical anyway, since I appreciated Obama's comments regarding the same-sex marriage ban on the ballot for NC a few weeks back.

Yeah, except he didn't say anything until after the ballots were cast and counted.


If I remember correctly, I believe he did say something against Amendment 1 a good while before the votin' day.
 
2012-06-01 09:47:59 AM  

Cythraul: Yeah, except he didn't say anything until after the ballots were cast and counted.

If I remember correctly, I believe he did say something against Amendment 1 a good while before the votin' day.


You remember correctly.
 
2012-06-01 10:00:41 AM  

ginandbacon: Cythraul: Yeah, except he didn't say anything until after the ballots were cast and counted.

If I remember correctly, I believe he did say something against Amendment 1 a good while before the votin' day.

You remember correctly.


Yup, I was wrong.
 
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2012-06-01 10:03:53 AM  

jehovahs witness protection: As long as Walker is in power, there's hope for Wisconsin.


Hope for it to become the next Mississippi.
 
2012-06-01 10:08:43 AM  
he's riding Hilary all the way to Wisconsin?
 
2012-06-01 10:23:11 AM  

ManateeGag: he's riding Hilary all the way to Wisconsin?


I think he put her out to pasture many years ago.
 
2012-06-01 10:27:07 AM  
He giveth and he taketh away.
 
2012-06-01 10:27:29 AM  
It's pretty damned pathetic the DNC left Wisconsin to the Koch brothers in the first place.
 
2012-06-01 10:27:46 AM  
"You you grok my jive, me hearties?"
"10-4"
 
2012-06-01 10:27:51 AM  
Great

Most times he did that in 2010 the candidate lost.
 
2012-06-01 10:28:20 AM  
Hero tag is for Scott Walker standing up to the DNC money laundering....I mean unions right?
 
2012-06-01 10:28:45 AM  
Only 4 more days until we see whether Citizens United can allow an election to be bought.
/Impatiently waiting to vote him out
 
2012-06-01 10:29:02 AM  

GAT_00: It is such bullshiat the DNC is only now dispatching people to Wisconsin. They have farked this up so bad.


wut? they have been dispatching a lot of money and other people even before the recall started.
 
2012-06-01 10:29:17 AM  
Secretary Clinton is otherwise engaged. But I'm sure her husband will be more than adequate for the job.
 
2012-06-01 10:29:27 AM  
Some words of wisdom in re: Scott Walker

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2012-06-01 10:29:56 AM  

GAT_00: It is such bullshiat the DNC is only now dispatching people to Wisconsin. They have farked this up so bad.


Well, they are democrats. It's like letting fish live a barrel.

Cythraul: Am I the only liberal who is uncomfortable with such national effort being waged on a state election?


There is almost no national effort being waged, which is pathetic.
 
2012-06-01 10:30:08 AM  

Aikidogamer: Hero tag is for Scott Walker standing up to the DNC money laundering....I mean unions right?


Just come up from under the Kochs' table, eh?
 
2012-06-01 10:31:56 AM  
More proof the Democrats know they are in deep shiat and won't win the recall.
 
2012-06-01 10:33:38 AM  
Its pretty messed up that some people thing Bill Clinton - of all people - is hero. He has none of the virtues traditionally ascribed to a hero and many of the vices of the villain.
 
2012-06-01 10:33:41 AM  
Clinton has aged awful since leaving the White House. I thought vegan diets were supposed to be healthier?

MmmmBacon: You go get 'em, Bill! And tag a couple of Hooters girls while you're there!


Ever been to Wisconsin? The phrase "born and grazed in Wisconsin" was coined for a reason
 
2012-06-01 10:33:51 AM  

tenpoundsofcheese: GAT_00: It is such bullshiat the DNC is only now dispatching people to Wisconsin. They have farked this up so bad.

wut? they have been dispatching a lot of money and other people even before the recall started.


Shhhhhh....he's lowering expectations. Leave him alone.
 
2012-06-01 10:34:00 AM  
Was never going to happen anyway. The DNC was right not to dump money into it.
 
2012-06-01 10:34:05 AM  
Next time stop jerking off to Game of Thrones for five minutes and write an intelligent headline, ok?
 
2012-06-01 10:34:13 AM  
Things must be grim, to resort to sending The Great Stain Of America to the Northlands.

/unless it's a plot to get the buffoon out of the main arena.
 
2012-06-01 10:34:36 AM  

Cythraul: Am I the only liberal who is uncomfortable with such national effort being waged on a state election?


The SuperPACs/Koch brothers started this out of state/big-money interference.
 
2012-06-01 10:34:55 AM  
thing = think. pardon typo.
 
2012-06-01 10:35:04 AM  
I just hope Bill comes in like Winston Wolf in Pulp Fiction and fixes everything.


///prolly won't happen
 
2012-06-01 10:35:20 AM  

Cythraul: ginandbacon: Cythraul: Am I the only liberal who is uncomfortable with such national effort being waged on a state election?

Why are you uncomfortable with it?

For some reason a lot of big out-of-state influence (both from Republican and Democratic sources) on a state election makes me uncomfortable. I guess I feel all efforts regarding the state recall here should be from sources from within the state. I'm probably being a bit hypocritical anyway, since I appreciated Obama's comments regarding the same-sex marriage ban on the ballot for NC a few weeks back.


I somewhat agree.

Here in Virginia it seems like we get a shiatload of out of state money flowing in for everything from Governor to State Senators.

It's like, what business is it of some billionaire in New York or some other billionaire in Wisconsin or wherever? You guys have your own elections to influence in shady ways, thanks. I don't get to vote there after all, why do you get a say in my local stuff?

I don't mind the campaigning so much because references are where you find them , but I do wish states would ban out of state contributions to local elections.
 
2012-06-01 10:35:42 AM  

LargeCanine: Its pretty messed up that some people thing Bill Clinton - of all people - is hero. He has none of the virtues traditionally ascribed to a hero and many of the vices of the villain.


Ya know, besides the political rhetoric and some of his major fark ups even I like Bill Clinton.
 
2012-06-01 10:36:07 AM  

Karma Chameleon: GAT_00: It is such bullshiat the DNC is only now dispatching people to Wisconsin. They have farked this up so bad.

Well, they are democrats. It's like letting fish live a barrel.

Cythraul: Am I the only liberal who is uncomfortable with such national effort being waged on a state election?

There is almost no national effort being waged, which is pathetic.


The DNC is in a tough spot. No one voting for Walker cares if his support comes from out of state, but people voting against Walker might.
 
2012-06-01 10:36:24 AM  

DarnoKonrad: It's pretty damned pathetic the DNC left Wisconsin to the Koch brothers in the first place.


Howard Dean is facepalming right about now.
 
2012-06-01 10:37:09 AM  

ManateeGag: he's riding Hilary all the way to Wisconsin?


the big H Rodham was a one-shot deal. one sexy time, one babby, done deal.
 
2012-06-01 10:37:49 AM  

machoprogrammer: Ever been to Wisconsin? The phrase "born and grazed in Wisconsin" was coined for a reason


Bill likes them with a little meat on their bones. Or did everyone forget that?
 
Bf+
2012-06-01 10:38:34 AM  

GAT_00: It is such bullshiat the DNC is only now dispatching people to Wisconsin. They have farked this up so bad.


This times a brazilian.
It's pretty farking late in the game and Clinton isn't exactly going to change the minds of the pro-walker folk.
At least it'll draw enough attention that news organizations, like Fark, might actually cover the recall.

Also, some bad news for Walker dropped the afternoon before last night's debate:
That day, Walker's former spokeswoman, Fran McLaughlin, was the 13th person granted immunity as part of the investigation... and evidence emerged that Walker has been stonewalling the investigation the whole time.
Link

Maybe the real focus should be on Lt Gov Kleefisch at this point.
 
2012-06-01 10:38:46 AM  

LargeCanine: Its pretty messed up that some people thing Bill Clinton - of all people - is hero. He has none of the virtues traditionally ascribed to a hero and many of the vices of the villain.


Uh huh, truly the resume of Snidely Whiplash
 
2012-06-01 10:39:36 AM  

LargeCanine: Its pretty messed up that some people thing Bill Clinton - of all people - is hero. He has none of the virtues traditionally ascribed to a hero and many of the vices of the villain.


Shirley you're not serious.
 
2012-06-01 10:39:52 AM  

ginandbacon: guess I don't see the problem with it. The National Committees exist to do exactly this kind of work and Walker's been quite willing to accept a ton of help from outside the state so turnaroundandfairplay to him


Yeah because the whole recall movement was started and funded only by the concerned Wisconsin folk and not by national labor organizations.
 
2012-06-01 10:40:42 AM  
Ahh, Bill Clinton, the last of the economically minded Presidents. How I miss the days when the biggest national issue was whether the President got a bj or not.
 
2012-06-01 10:41:43 AM  

tenpoundsofcheese: GAT_00: It is such bullshiat the DNC is only now dispatching people to Wisconsin. They have farked this up so bad.

wut? they have been dispatching a lot of money and other people even before the recall started.


Money no doubt but there haven't been any headliners stumping for Barrett in recent memory. They couldn't even get Feingold to pop his head out of his cushy Marquette digs for a blurb. Obama's Wisconsin campaign people only forwarded an email saying that he was behind him.

Not that Barrett was going to win by six points or anything, but the national Democrats screwed the pooch.
 
2012-06-01 10:43:26 AM  
The fear is palpable on the left.
 
2012-06-01 10:44:07 AM  

GAT_00: It is such bullshiat the DNC is only now dispatching people to Wisconsin. They have farked this up so bad.


Yup. They got down in the gutter with this guy and reduced the whole thing to naked partisan hackery, when it could have been about actual issues.
 
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