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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Pray for Scott Walker

In the final days before the Wisconsin recall election, please pray for Governor Scott Walker. He has hung in, sticking to his positions, and never backing down from the tough fight. None of the dire consequences predicted by the union thugs have come to pass. No public workers have been fired or lost their jobs. No schools are collapsing. The economy in Wisconsin is rebounding and he's kept his pledge not to raise taxes. The union thugs who trashed the capitol, organized public employee sick outs, and intimidated lawmakers who wouldn't carry their bucket of sewage are losing the battle. If you want to know more about Scott Walker go here. And The Wall Street Journal has a great article about the success of Walker's reforms bringing "financial stability" to the state. But most important, Walker is pro-life and the recall battle is also lining up as a pro-life vs. pro-abortion battle. Walker is running on his record and the democrats are scared to death it will mean other states imitating his tough policies. Let's hope so!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I pray for the teachers. I pray for the firefighters. I pray for the sanitation staff. I pray for the Democracy. God bless the union!

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

You mean the teachers who taught the kids to lie when they had their phony sick out with docs writing fake excuses. "Hey Mom, look! There's my teacher on TV. They told us she was sick." They need prayers all right.

Anonymous said...

Praying. God bless Scott Walker and please see through him and his family this tough time.

Laurie C said...

I will pray for our state. Especially now that Scott Walker will be here for another 3 yrs. The effects of the drastic changes he will put in effect won't be felt until his re-election. Then someone else will be stuck cleaning up his mess. And the comment about teachers teaching kids to lie? Gimme a break. You don't see teachers being under investigation for criminal conduct(lying) like Scott's team.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Re the teachers -- they should be investigated and so should the doctors who gave out the fake excuses. It's called "fraud." Now why is it that you have no problem with that behavior caught on video and all over the Internet, but think Scott Walker's team should be investigated for "criminal conduct?" Isn't that t adouble standard? So I echo your comment: "Gimme a break!"