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    1. jon jordi wish there were more pols with his courage

      101 months ago

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    1. Stanley Werner Scott, Keep doing the right thing....I hate seeing a state that I grew up in being destroyed by liberals.......Stan

      101 months ago

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    1. Kathleen Barry Gov. Walker has done a great thing for Wisconsin and our country, good luck to him.

      101 months ago

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    1. Paul Schmidt I greatly admire what Governor Walker is doing for the state of Wisconsin and, by extension, for our country. Please keep up the good work Governor and do not be discouraged by the misguided and dishonest leftists and union thugs!

      101 months ago

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    1. Jamesq Leahy "The first requisite for a good citizen in this Republic of ours is that he shall be able and willing to pull his weight - that he shall not be a mere passenger" - Theodore Roosevelt

      101 months ago

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    1. Richard Griffith go packers!

      101 months ago

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    1. Gerald Lewis I think the Union action against Governor Walker is despicable! We don't need their Marxist actions in our republic!

      101 months ago

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    1. Katherine Mitchell We stand behind our very unpopular governor - Thank you Scott Walker for standing firm!

      101 months ago

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    1. Olin Ladwig I support Gov Scott Walker in his efforts. And, the rest of the Wisconsin folks who have had enough of the political issues which continues to degrade my United States of America.

      101 months ago

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    1. Steven Purdy If common sense and decency does not prevail, then Wisconsin will be the worse for it.

      101 months ago

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    1. Tom Wood Scott, I support you 100%. Keep up the good worK!!!!!!!

      101 months ago

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    1. Jacob Leisle Keep up the good work!

      101 months ago

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    1. neal toglia Scott Walker stands for sensible reform of government. Tax payers cannot afford to pay civil SERVANTS more than their private sector equivalents who get no tenure, no lifetime benefits and no pensions. The civil service unions have plucked the golden tax goose! The party is over.

      101 months ago

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    1. Robert Luther It's time to end the unionization of the USA. I strongly support a right to work national law. Unions were needed in the early 1900's, but now they have outlived their usefullness.

      101 months ago

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    1. Frances Drake I am praying they lose the recall. Gov Walker is a mtrue American

      101 months ago

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    1. Donald Replogle The majority of unions need to be broken and eradicated, particularly those that are ruining this country with destructive activities as they turn to turn this state into a socialist society - Enough is enough!

      101 months ago

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    1. Bob Laughlin Our only hope.

      101 months ago

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    1. Val Jean Swanson Saving Gov. Walker from recall is vital to Wisconsin...and the nation at large...Keep him, and this effort, in your prayers...as well as contributing to the cause.

      101 months ago

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    1. Deborah Saunders Mr. Walker won his seat as governor and to let the union take control is wrong! If in some way this recall occurs it sets an unstoppable change in our rights as voting citizens. Unions must be stopped NOW!

      101 months ago

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    1. Dickie Hudgens Unions are going to break this country. The auto unions have already cost everyone who bought a new car $2000 to $3000 per each car they bought because of the wages that were five times the national average wage and our of sight benefits.

      101 months ago

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