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And -- liberal orthodoxy.
Takes a big hit in Wisconsin that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo.
Governor Scott Walker given his job defeating the progressive forces -- a wide margin yesterday at issue future compensation for state union workers -- government wants a cut that back the leftist not.
But since cities and counties are going bankrupt all over the USA because they can't pay the big pensions.
And because public workers often make far more money than private workers -- do the same job.
Americans are finally beginning to wise up.
Simply but there's no more money.
Governments throughout the USA can't afford any more expenditures.
Governor Walker knows that and he's done a pretty good job turning Wisconsin economy Iraq.
The deficit -- down big time and unemployment dropping as well so why on earth would you want to throw the man out.
This hurts us all every single one you up there in the nation if you're watching.
Democracy died tonight your very emotional I'm very the most because we all have a lot invested and that's this is that the if we didn't win tonight the end of the USA as we know it just happened.
Sure that man bad guy he has no idea what democracy is the folks vote his side lost.
Vast democracy you can head.
With all due respect.
The question going forward or what does the Wisconsin vote mean for President Obama.
Talking points believes it is very very.
Obama's running to the left this time around.
Four years ago he portrayed himself as a moderate but now that's changed president has embraced gay marriage will not support major cuts in federal budget spending without tax sites.
Does not seem to be very concerned about the sixteen trillion dollar debt.
And continues to promote his social justice economic programs president also remains enthusiastic.
About massive government investment in green energy while just today just -- -- We find out that the Fiske -- car company which is received about 200 million dollars in government assistance.
May drop its entire.
Electric car program.
Time after time after time green energy investments proved to be unworthy the goal is worth the eight.
But for whatever reason the feds have not been able to make progress in the green area despite spend.
In many many billions of dollars.
So as we see in Wisconsin the folks have had enough.
They're not -- and the progressive economic vision anymore therefore the president finds himself on the wrong side.
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