Recounting & Calling in the Holder DOJ vs. Prosser; the Assault on Wisconsin Continues

After all the out of state money brought into Wisconsin, to press for the continued overrunning of the state’s budget, in large measure by forced, dues-extorted, public union membership…

After all they hysteria, drum-banging, Capitol-besieging, death threats, and vandalism of the Madison as Cairo uprising…

After all the further, corrupt efforts of union patronage armies, in the race for a State Supreme Court slot…

After all the multiple-voting and the pressing of mentally handicapped votes…

After all the votes by neo-Marxist indoctrinated college students from out of state…

And after finding their prematurely trumpeted Kloppenburg victory sinking to a greater than 7,000 vote disadvantage…

…did you think they would concede, without fighting down to the wire in the style of the travesty of the Al Franken vs. Norm Coleman vote recounting and concoctions, by Minnesota’s Marxist neighbors?

No, you didn’t think they would respect the process, did you?

In the news today, via Yahoo:

Wisconsin Supreme Court Election Heads for Latest Massive Recount

Robert Dougherty Robert Dougherty 2 hrs 9 mins ago

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The Wisconsin Supreme Court election is headed for a long recount process. There’s new debate on whether the election needs a recount since Justice David Prosser has a 7,000-plus vote lead over JoAnne Kloppenburg.

Meanwhile, my U.S. Representative, committed neo-Marxist and America’s first out and proud lesbian in Congress, Tammy Baldwin chimes in at that infamous Cloward-Piven rag, The Nation (online):

Congresswoman Seeks Federal Investigation of Wisconsin Election

April 10, 2011
Wisconsin Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin has asked U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to initiate a federal investigation into the questionable handling of disputed vote records in the state’s Waukesha County.

“For our democracy to endure, we, the people, must have faith in its laws and system of justice, including faith that our elections for public office are fair and free from any manipulation or tampering,” Baldwin wrote to Holder. “Following this week’s election for the Wisconsin Supreme Court, numerous constituents have contacted me expressing serious doubt that this election was a free and fair one. They fear, as I do, that political interests are manipulating the results.”

And so, we find that Justice David Prosser is having to pass the hat and ask for volunteers.

h/t: Nora

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