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The top exactly what Wisconsin means in the big picture.
Depends on whom you believe.
Chief political correspondent Carl Cameron tells us many Republicans choose to believe it's just the beginning.
Mitt Romney cautiously and only partially engaged in Scott Walker's trial -- Wisconsin recall fight but he's eagerly embracing the bounce.
And the victors already sharing the spoils promoting their shared agenda of smaller responsible government.
They needed to Washington they needed in Madison they needed every other state us across America.
When they say we want you to take on these tough challenges if governor Romney wants to be competitive with skirts I think you can't.
Needs to tackle those same issues.
Romney held Wisconsin voters for saying no to the quote tired liberal ideas -- yesterday and yes to fiscal responsibility.
And he predicted more of -- this fall nationwide in a conference call with members of the National Federation of Independent Business.
-- Blue States said we've we've seen a conservative governor.
He kept back on the scale of government that is held down taxes and stood up to the public sector unions and and we want more that -- less of it.
And I think you're gonna find that -- a decision is being made in November.
Democrats had hoped all the GOP's fiscal responsibility and labor union reforms and rhetoric could be repudiated Wisconsin's recall.
Instead their liberalism was the RNC pumped out a video reminding Democrats that their own national committee chairwoman cast Wisconsin as a sneak peek at the last political muscle come November we -- -- in this election anyway.
Goodness that test drive.
Democrats complained that walker in the GOP outspent them 701.
Republicans make no apologies and collected four million new voter names in a state that does not register by party.
Walker's two dozen campaign offices will now be turned over to Romney and the GOP's national chairman was actually -- pains not to gloat.
I think it is what what will come in November and I think that.
You know we've won and numerous times now in Wisconsin on the ground and I don't have any reason not to believe that we would win again in November president.
Obama won Wisconsin easily 2008 by fourteen points in the fox -- Wisconsin exit poll yesterday the president led Romney by half that 51 to 44%.
Unemployment -- lower the national average of six point 7%.
But after promising to fight for union families mr.
Obama's decision to weigh in and Wisconsin only the night before the vote with a tweet.
As liberals and big labor questioning his commitment.
And big labor took the biggest hit and that could encourage other states to move ahead on right to work legislation and other union restrictions New Hampshire and Michigan among them.
A pair of swing states Romney would dearly love to put in the win column with -- Wisconsin in November right.
Your -- on those exit polls while they seemed to show that it was very tight even tied.
The real raw numbers it was a seven point -- so people are looking at that Obama Romney number and wondering.
Whether that's -- well listened -- and the end of the voters spoke walker won Republicans had today OK Carl thank you.
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