Here are some tweets off the internet after Wisconsin Republican governor Scott Walker won his recall election on June 5:
Somebody gone kill Scott Walker man. …They gone JFK Scott Walker. Shoot his mfn head off BANG BANG!!! *chief keef voice* …Ima fuck Scott walker up. I been wanting to for the longest anyways lowkey. …Ima be right back! I'm finna go kill #Scott Walker bitch ass dawg. Nbs! …Somebody need to Abe Lincoln Scott Walker cave frog lookin ass. …??? RT @xDIMPLES_: Somebody go kill scott walker or shoot his punk ass I wish I could watch when it happen lol he got me being evil x shit …I wanna kill scott walker so fucking baddd!!!!! & the racist dumb assholes that voted for him
So again we see the mindset of many in the Democrat party – vicious, ignorant, angry people, many of them black (several of the tweeters are black) who vote dutifully Democrat and who spew hatred like many Democrats do, including Obama.
Remember Obama telling one of his audiences to “punish your enemies”?
Then when someone with common sense like Scott Walker disputes their handout state, they suggest violence.
This is what the Democrat party has descended to, folks. This is why the Democrat party is sinking under Obama and why rational white people are fleeing it in droves.
By the way, the stock market soared Wednesday morning after Walker’s win for the first time in a long time.
Ultra-liberal, pro-union MSNBC commentator Ed Schultz, who has made more inflammatory statements than anyone else on cable news, said after the Walker victory that "Scott Walker could very well be indicted in the coming days" which is a complete lie, the type of thing that comes out of the mouth of desperation and irrationality.
This is like the people who tried to float a last-minute story that Walker had an illegitimate child or, in 2010 before she was elected, that South Carolina governor Nikki Haley had had an affair, and then in 2011 that she was going to be indicted for tax fraud.
This stuff never ends. And as the Democrats lose election after election, they are rushing to the bottom of the barrel in unhinged emotion because they are becoming more radical and more desperate.
Schultz said about Walker’s victory:
"In many respects it's to be expected, considering how much money was thrown at this race. …Certainly it is not the end and it's going to be an opportunity for the progressive movement to regroup nationally and understand exactly what they are up against… And this sets the template for the Republicans and tells the right-wing in this country that if they can outfund their opponent they have a real good shot at winning…"
Uhhh, hey Ed, the unions and the Democrats set up this whole recall charade, funded it heavily, manned it heavily and got whipped. So stop whining. Accept reality.
Indeed liberals are taking their defeats very badly even after their policies have ruined America. Their welfare state has destroyed our economy. Their political correctness has denied opportunity to millions of the most qualified people. Their unions are bankrupting whole states. Their environmental lies are destroying our energy supply.
Still they want more power. But the Walker victory shows that there are tens of millions of Americans with common sense who see where the nation is going under the Democrats and who don’t like at all what they are seeing.
The unions went into Wisconsin with guns blazing. From the moment in early 2011 when Walker signed the bill restraining the public-employee unions from collective bargaining they have used every nasty trick in the book against the Republicans.
They held demonstrations at the state capitol building and trashed it, and trashed its grounds. They held intimidating rallies outside the private homes of Republican legislators. They used the most bombastic and inciteful language. They have anonymously threatened GOP politicians. They tried to recall every Republican legislator that they could. But after spending tens of millions of dollars and using mob actions in busing in out-of-state union activists to pump up their cause with pure hysteria, Walker ripped his Democrat opponent by SEVEN POINTS in the recall.
This was supposed to be a squeaker. But Walker won big. And this is just the latest in a string of major election defeats for the Democrats. And November is going to provide the biggest defeat of all when Obama will lose.
Florida US congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chairwoman of the national Democrat party, said that despite the Walker victory that Democrats “will not cede an inch in Wisconsin to Mitt Romney” in the general election.
But look at the psychology of her words – Democrats “will not cede an inch in Wisconsin”. The very fact that they are talking about Wisconsin this way is indicative of what this election really meant. Democrats know well what it meant – liberal armageddon.
Meanwhile Peter Hamby of CNN wondered:
(CNN) — Republicans scored a decisive victory Tuesday in the bitter Wisconsin recall election as Gov. Scott Walker beat back Democratic challenger Tom Barrett and his organized labor allies to keep his seat in Madison. But will it matter in November?
So the Democrat template has been for weeks that, first, Walker will go. But now that they have seen the results many are saying that the election does not matter.
Unbelievable, friends. Because after THEY set up this recall, THEY funded it, THEY manned it and THEY promoted it, THEY lost. And they know how bad this looks. And with all of their strong-arm tactics and all the hatred on the internet and the threats against Walker and other Republicans, it is time for America to really see how low the Democrat party has gone.
And a word of advice to the GOP Establishment: Look at the template. Walker never gave an inch and stood on conservative principle and he won. This is how this party should always operate.
Many liberal media were saying that ‘Walker Survived’. He did not ‘survive’. He soared into the stratosphere of national politics. And the Democrats made it possible with their endless campaign against Walker.
If it had been a close election, you could see it differently. But it was not. In fact long-time ultra-lib Democrat Wisconsin US Senator Russ Feingold lost his seat in 2010. Because Obama is dragging down the Democrats left and right. Obama’s own Illinois US Senate seat went to Republican Mark Kirk in November 2010.
Wrote Bill Frezza on Forbes.com about the unions:
Best of all, the myth that union bosses represent their members’ interests has been exposed as a lie. Now that union dues are voluntary, tens of thousands of union members have stopped paying them. Membership in the Wisconsin chapter of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees union (AFSCME) has dropped by half. Membership in the stat’s American Federation of Teachers (AFT) is down by over a third. Given unions’ influential role in most elections, the national implications of this trend are staggering.
Walker’s message is clear: The key to bringing balance back to public sector labor relations and balance state budgets is to break the iron triangle of closed-shop mandatory unionization, compulsory dues collection, and oversized campaign donations to politicians that promise to do the unions’ bidding. If other governors take his cue and take up the cause, that giant sucking sound you hear will be the air coming out of union bosses’ bloated political action budgets.