Governor Scott Walker easily won the Wisconsin recall election with results that defied data from the early exit polls. The buzz for the past few days has been that the battle between Gov. Walker and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett was going to be a close one. Exit polls likewise showed the race being tight, but with Walker winning by 3 to 4 points. He wound up winning by more than 7 points. As did the rest of the GOP ticket, including four Senate seats. Walker becomes the very first governor to survive a recall election. Needless to say, the resounding results in favor of Republicans bodes well for Mitt Romney as Wisconsin now becomes a state in play that Barack Obama may loose in November.
Not only were the Democrats and Obama big losers last night, but their allies in the union movement as well. For all of their protesting, the people of Wisconsin have spoken, and mightily so. Liberal media pundits are already blaming the Citizen′s United court case, which opened up a floodgate of cash. But according to the exit polls, about 86% of the voters had made up their minds long before the TV airways were filled with advertising. Still, we have to take the exit polls with a healthy dash of salt, since they are very skewed in favor of Democrats.
For example, the exit polls showed that about 42% think Obama would do a better job than Romney (38%) on handling the economy. That is just utter nonsense! Nearly every national poll on that question has Romney up by 5 points or more. So we can likewise figure that another exit poll question, which shows Obama ahead of Romney by 7 points in the Dairy State, is probably also bogus.
The funniest moment of the evening had to be the coverage on MSNBC, which stands for Moonbat Stupidity Network to Broadcast Crappola. Rachel Madcow face became contorted with sadness as the election was called very early in the evening. Sergeant Ed Shultz immediately went on the attack, accusing Walker of criminal behavior. Resident Moron Larry O′Donnell declared Barack Obama the REAL winner last night. Yeah, right! Scott Walker did not just simply win, but he actually performed better this time around, including gaining larger percentages of votes in strong, Democrat precincts. The same was true for most of the rest of the GOP ticket, clobbering their opponents by margins of 60-40 across the board.
Oh woe are the Democrats and their union thug allies this morning following Governor Scott Walker and his triumphant victory in the Wisconsin recall election. He even beat the results of the flawed exit polls. There is now no doubt that Wisconsin is in play for this November′s battle between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Obama had won the Dairy State in 2008 by 15 points over John McCain. But after three and a half years of failed policies, even Cheese-heads have grown weary of the moldy Obama.