By The Right Scoop


Gov. Walker went on the Rush Limbaugh show to talk about the recall campaign being run against him, and why his reforms are increasing jobs and why his union opponents are wrong:

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  • Anonymous

    I hope that Gov. Walker withstands the recall…he has been so good for Wisconsin and the cause of conservativism.
    I am very anti-union after having been forced to pay union dues as a teacher…Teachers’ Unions are the reason for our terrible education system.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jeremy-Poncy/1339730989 Jeremy Poncy

      You mean it’s not just a coincidence that our children’s test scores having been consistently dropping while teacher’s wages have been consistently rising ever since Jimmy Carter created the department of education? Hmmm. Call me old fashion but where I come from, the private sector, we get paid more the BETTER we do and if we don’t do our jobs we get fired. I’m glad your with us Anne. I hope your standing up and speaking out about it.

  • http://twitter.com/CharlieZangelQQ DaMz

    heh! First my boyfriend Levin this morning now, my bRoTha from aNoTha mOtHa , Rush.

    Your two for two scoop!

    =)~

  • Amy

    Go, Scott, Go!!! TGFSW!

    Love the guy – he is really ticking the progressives off up here in lala land. :-)

  • Anonymous

    Scott Walker is not looking out for the best interests of the tax payer. He’s looking out for the best interests of the whole state, its tax burden, its economy, its kids! Wisconsin, you have a good thing in Scott. Don’t lose him!

  • Anonymous

    I think that whoever calls for a recall should have to pay that $9 million cost if they actually lose the recall effort. Taxpayers always end up paying for the idiocy of the big union ploys.

    • Anonymous

      That’s right, bill the unions.

    • Anonymous

      With all the money the unions have stolen from the taxpayers they should pay for it. How many millions did their hissy fit in Madison last year cost the the taxpayers. The unions either intimidated or paid the lawmakers to leave the state to avoid a vote. Scumbags!

      • Anonymous

        If more of them actually had to pay for their own actions, it might slow it down a bit.

        • Anonymous

          It would stop them in their tracks, They NEVER use their own money.

  • Anonymous

    I think the support for Walker exceeds the union hatred. Wisconsin passed the photo ID law, so a lot of the cheating will be stopped.

    Not good for obama if Walker wins the recall.

  • Persephone

    Governor Walker needs to get the Virginia GOP up there to go through all those signatures.
    They will throw half of them out!

    • Anonymous

      Good one Persophone!1!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

    great contrast between Illinois and Wisconsin.

    • Anonymous

      Good and evil for sure.

      • Anonymous

        I’m living it with ya, brother. Perhaps they can move the Bears north and give Chicago the Pack. Then I would move to Madison, cold be damned.

        • Anonymous

          I would move to Wisconsin in a heartbeat. Especially with Walker as guv. Two sons and a daughter already live there.

          • Anonymous

            I’m looking for a southern Wisconsin, myself. Texas looks good, but S. Carolina seems nice.

            • Anonymous

              Methinks Texas is too hot, South Carolina would be good. Virgin Islands is preferable.

              • Is_Sense_Common

                Forget that – come to Indiana! 4 seasons, great Governor, low taxes, nice people, Payton Manning – what else do you need?! :)

                • http://twitter.com/DannyFromWI Danny DeMent

                  The Colts to win a game?

                • Is_Sense_Common

                  True dat Danny! They got rid of Caldwell & Polliam. It’s a start.

        • http://twitter.com/DannyFromWI Danny DeMent

          We wouldn’t take ‘em. lol

          • Anonymous

            Would you take me if I showed up in a cheese hat?

  • Jim Botts

    the RNC has been calling me asking for money lately. I told them I donate to people like Scott Walker who actually do something.

    Boehner, McConnell, and the rest of the GOP congressional clowns and appeasers can stick it.

    • Anonymous

      Bravo. It’s what they need to hear.

    • Is_Sense_Common

      Do you think there is likelihood that Boehner & McConnell will lose their leadership positions? They really need to go. I’d love to see them Primaried. I just haven’t heard much about their pitiful “leadership” – are we the only ones pi$$ed about it?

  • http://www.facebook.com/kingofthehokies Jim Land

    I wish he was running for president.

    • Is_Sense_Common

      Maybe someday! He’s pretty young, right? We know he’s good on Unions & spending – what’s he like in other areas?

      • http://twitter.com/DannyFromWI Danny DeMent

        Strong on guns, right to life, marriage.

  • Anonymous

    I hope Governor Walker wins this. He did a lot to get Wisconsin straightened out. Those libs in Madison and the out of state union people are behind this. I wish we had a Governor who will take a stand and tell the people the truth.

    • Anonymous

      If he loses, what does that say about a voting populous? This isn’t a case where he’s promising something unobtainable, but rather the facts are already in that he succeeded in his campaign promises and helped the entire state, Democrat and Republican.

      There has to be something stinking in Denmark, as they say, if this goes south for him.

      • Amy

        It says the same thing about WI voters that Ohio voters said about themselves… Can’t see the forest for the trees ~

        It also means I & family pack up and leave. I have no intention of pouring my tax dollars into a state that works actively on it’s own destruction.

        • Anonymous

          Hear, hear.

        • Anonymous

          My husband and I moved to VA in 2003 from the state of WI. We enjoy a right to work state that has lower taxes.

          • Amy

            My time in the northwoods is limited anyway. Our youngest is almost done with HS and will be either heading to college or the Marine Corps – or college and then the Marine Corps… Virginia and South Carolina are on our short list of states we’re interested in. We love the RTW states ~

            • Anonymous

              RPV better straighten their act out, before you move there, or there might not be a candidate to vote for.

              • Amy

                Yeah, I wasn’t too happy with them after the primary snafu. I’ve been busy trying to stay informed here in WI so I haven’t had time to read too much re: the subject. It’s a full time job just trying to stay one step ahead (or at least in step with) the hyjinks going on in my state!

                • Anonymous

                  Seems like it’s going to be a full-time job just tracking down the ‘Adolf’s’ of the recall :)

            • Anonymous

              Thanks for the info.

              I want to relocate to a Conservative, Pro-Constitution state, also.

        • Anonymous

          Just curious, where will you move? Are there states that aren’t doing this to the American people now?

          • Is_Sense_Common

            Indiana is getting ready to go “Right to Work.” Our dimocrat babies are trying to throw a tantrum about it, but they are so far outnumbered by Conservative Republicans that it’s pretty much a done-deal. Our Man Mitch (Gov Daniels) has been great for the state & is set to be replaced by another great Conservative, Mike Pence. Winter weather stinks, but Spring, Summer, & Fall are nice. :)

            • Anonymous

              Thank You, I will look into it.

              Are there are part of Indiana that you would recommend?

              • Is_Sense_Common

                Southern IN is prettiest – rolling hills, best parks, nicest people. But beware – you’re likely to pick up a twang in your speech :) I live in Indianapolis, which is a great little city. Big enough to have all you want/need, but small enough to feel safe. It’s clean & very Patriotic.

      • Is_Sense_Common

        I think it might say that Mickey Mouse and Adolf Hitler live in Wisconsin… You heard that the voting boards were accepting all signatures – ridiculous as they need to be. If they don’t think they can win, they just cheat. They’re not even being sneaky about it… Disgusting.

        • Anonymous

          Ya, not even being sneaky about it and getting away with it. Not this time, though. Not on our watch.

          • Is_Sense_Common

            I hope you’re right! We shall see. I still believe that Good triumphs over Evil every time. I know in the End, He will crush evil. I am just impatient…

    • Anonymous

      Which state Tom? Illinois, California, or New York. (multiple choice)

      • Anonymous

        Lol… New Zealand.

        • Anonymous

          I love New Zealand, beautiful country, but I hear it’s too liberal.

  • Anonymous

    Public sector unions are a blight on this country. These criminal, parasitic thugs need to be banished. They are a modern plague on this nation.

    Want to fix our economy? Make this country a right-to-work nation! That alone would fix a lot of evils. The fact that these ignorant, greedy dirtbags can do this kind of crap is ridiculous. Scott Walker is doing his job well in spite of the a-holes who left the state and tried to stop all government business. He’s doing his job well in spite of the phony signatures and the other crony tactics these evil entities are trying to employ. He is a hero and deserves honor.

    I thought this was America. How this sort of corruption is allowed to go on is so wrong. I pray that our Lord in Heaven spares this man any additional grief and I hope these foul, soulless vermin get beat. Drive these rotten pieces of filth out of our nation. Restore America! Fight the corruption! Kick these turds to the curb!

  • Anonymous

    Gov. Walker is a man of great honor and integrity.

    I pray that the leftist don’t take this good man our of office.

  • Anonymous

    Gov. Walker is a man of great honor and integrity.

    I pray that the leftist don’t take this good man out of office.

  • Anonymous

    Heard this today, I really admire Gov. Walker. What he’s doing in his state by battling the unions is going to have a major positive impact on this country for years to come. I hope the recall doesn’t go anywhere but part of me is glad it’s happening, if only for the verification that unions are literally terrified of this man.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Liz-Theiss/100001295886095 Liz Theiss

    Gov. Walker is such a righteous,uplifting role model for what an elected official should be. I hope God himself will dash those evil progs off a cliff and let the light of Walker shine on Wisconsin. Man, can you imagine him on immigration after he’s done with the unions? My fantasy.

  • http://twitter.com/DannyFromWI Danny DeMent

    I love my Gov. :D

  • Anonymous

    Rush doesn’t interview much, this shows just how special Governor Walker is.
    I’m glad Rush interviewed him, Walker needs the national exposure. Rush words afterward were very good.

  • K-Bob

    Being stuck near a TV running MSNBC all day hasn’t killed me yet. But you do learn something. All day long they were going on about how they got One Million Signatures. Naturally it’s “unprecidented.”

    They lead with that, then follow up with “This is going to be a National Election, really, and the Republicans are going to put incredible amounts of money into it. But this has been a real grass roots effort, so how can we expect to deal with all of that money the Republicans are going to throw at it?”

    Grass Roots? Bussed-in union members, more likely.

    All that outside money? Lardy, lardy, lardy, is Ed Shultz having fun with that. Any bets on how much union money will be pouring in?

    Right now, Walker supporters are donating heavily. I’ll sure send some money to him. They lead the Opposition nearly 5-to-1 in dollars. BUT, and it’s a huge “BUT” that Ed has…

    …overlooked: The opposition can’t raise money in large amounts without a candidate to hold fundraisers. When they dragoon someone to run against Walker, you bet the money will flow. From your tax dollars, into union coffers, then into political campaigns to force your representative out of office.

    Nothing corrupt about that practice, if you believe the Shame Pigs.

    • Anonymous

      Being stuck near a TV running MSNBC all day hasn’t killed me yet –K-Bob

      My intense sympathies go out to you. If I could, I’d throw you a large bottle of Excedrin migraine, a huge jar of Tums, and a massively soft bandage to protect your head from banging onto the table or into the wall.

      • K-Bob

        …but it feels so good when I stop!

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  • Anonymous

    If Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck & Adolf Hitler can sign the recall petition and are allowed to vote, I wonder which candidate they would vote for.

    …Probably the same candidate that every gravestone in the state will vote for.
    And we reliably count on acorn, or whatever name they operate under now – to make certain that each and every one of them is properly registered to vote.

    In Democrat/union controlled areas it is widely known that death is no excuse to cease voting in every election. And the known politicians are very good at predicting just who they will all vote for.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Beale-Bauguess/100003289525911 Beale Bauguess

    The only way I’m not voting for Governor Scott Walker again is if he decides to throw his hat in the GOP scramble for president. I’d take Walker for either one–on second thought Wisconsin needs him more right now.