Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Get out and vote WI-sen 22 and 12, fleeing Democrat recall day!

via Gateway Pundit
Today is voting day in the recall elections for two of Wisconsin's Democrat senators who decided to flee the state rather than stay and do their jobs. These people abandoned their post. They were paid to do a job and they fled. They are being paid, by the way, by all of the residents of Wisconsin, not just the Democrats. So when they do something so base and partisan as to flee the state so that a quorum cannot be called when there is a vote scheduled, they are NOT acting as state senators, but rather party hacks. I think these senators should not only be recalled, but should be forced to pay back the portion of their salaries that was paid by the Republican and Independent voters of Wisconsin.

Democratic Sen. Bob Wirch runs today against challenger Jonathan Steitz, a corporate attorney, in the Kenosha-area 22nd Senate District. Democratic Sen. Jim Holperin runs against Kim Simac, a tea party activist, in the 12th Senate District, located in the north.

Now get out and VOTE!

7 comments:

LL said...

This is the ONE DAY that I wish I was a Democrat. You see, I live in California - and am a Republican/Independent so I'm constrained to vote in my own district and in my own state. But a Democrat--they can vote in any state, in any district and any number of times. It's the Chicago model.

I think that's how Rahm Emmanuel ended up as Chicago's mayor.

WoFat said...

LL, there IS life after death. The dead vote in Chicago.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

LL, we can move there and vote a couple of times.

LL said...

WoFat and Odie, I'm packing with one hand and typing with the other.

Kid said...

I hope people in WI were and are paying attention. Because That would be very cool to see these two bums lose their jobs - not that it's actually work.

The Watcher said...

Not looking good, folks: District 12, 45% of precincts counted, the Dumbocrat leads by about 1000 votes; District 22, 70% counted, Dumbocrat leads by close to 4000.

Trestin said...

I wonder how many dead people will vote?