The election has been called for Governor Walker in Wisconsin.
The recall attempt put forth by bitter union goons trying to bite the hands of the taxpayers that feed them has failed. There are unconfirmed reports that Leftist talking head Ed "Special Ed" Schultz has been hospitalized for trying to commit suicide in his bathroom by slamming the toilet seat on his own head until he lost consciousness. All across America, conservatives and fans of smaller government are cheering, while union thugs and their puppets in the Obama administration are still trying to figure out what just happened to their 50-state effort to defeat an elected official from a Blue State who dared try to force public employees in that state to pay for just a small part of their own pensions and health benefits. The hope of much of America--and fear of useless union drones everywhere--is that other governors and state legislatures may now feel emboldened enough to try to cut back the lavish lifestyles of their own civil servant class or even take steps to end the corrupt bargains between unionized government workers, their money-raisers and the legislators who take that money and then vote to raise the wages of those unionized government workers.
Heck, even Liberal standard-bearer and union icon Franklin D. Roosevelt was opposed to collective bargaining for public employees. So how can anyone, least of all today's union drones, hate on Governor Walker for working to carry out FDR's ideals?
But the public employee unions lost today and lost big. They spent millions of dollars trying to sway voters and turn out their base, only to have the educated, informed working people of Wisconsin turn out in even larger numbers and slap them down.
I'm happy tonight. Even Murphy is doing a happy dance. Tomorrow's dawn will shine bright on a new and improved day for the American taxpayer. Today Wisconsin, tomorrow the rest of America!