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Uncle Bill
04-05-2011, 06:42 PM
What's the word about the turnout? Did the conservatives show up today? Or were they home shivering in their boots? Think all the union braying and threatening got through to some of the Indies that weren't in this to get beat up?

Do other Wisconsinites realize what a bellweather they are for what happens in the rest of the nation, or have they just given in to the unionistas?

It's my hope you'll be able to keep that Ruth Bader Ginsburg look-alike off your SC. She'll drive away any reasonable thinking judge on her looks alone. When I first saw her, I thought someone had recruited Helen wotsherface, now that she's outa the POTUS reporter staff. UGH!

UB

starjack
04-05-2011, 06:52 PM
I know this thread is for stan. But to early to tell. The schools i go to tell me i have to vote for the witch . and what i think of every thing I tell them you would not like my answer. Talking with them is like trying to make sence out of Roger

huntinman
04-05-2011, 06:55 PM
What's the word about the turnout? Did the conservatives show up today? Or were they home shivering in their boots? Think all the union braying and threatening got through to some of the Indies that weren't in this to get beat up?

Do other Wisconsinites realize what a bellweather they are for what happens in the rest of the nation, or have they just given in to the unionistas?

It's my hope you'll be able to keep that Ruth Bader Ginsburg look-alike off your SC. She'll drive away any reasonable thinking judge on her looks alone. When I first saw her, I thought someone had recruited Helen wotsherface, now that she's outa the POTUS reporter staff. UGH!

UB

Most of them work to pay the way for the leeches... maybe they can vote after work. Although the unions will have dead people, illegals, convicts and anyother kind of votes they can squueze in there...

JDogger
04-05-2011, 11:24 PM
Yup, 'nuff said. JD

road kill
04-06-2011, 07:37 AM
Prosser won by less than 1,000 votes after 100% are counted.

So........we have a recount.

RK

Goose
04-06-2011, 07:56 AM
No doubt the leftist nutroots in Wisconsin are on the phone with Al Franken right now.

We live in Cuba now.

huntinman
04-06-2011, 08:19 AM
Prosser won by less than 1,000 votes after 100% are counted.

So........we have a recount.

RK

Hate to say it Stan, but the libs have that many ballots in their back pockets. They will keep "finding" votes in Madison till it's done. Lived in the Seattle area long enough to know. Just ask Marvin how they did Rossi out there the first time in the Gov's race...

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 08:45 AM
Prosser won by less than 1,000 votes after 100% are counted.

So........we have a recount.

RK

Actually the Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel said 99% of the votes have been counted and Prosser is winning by less than 600 votes and may take most of today to get all the results in.
http://media.jsonline.com/images/SUPREME06G.jpg
- selected newswatch item -
Results from precincts in 9 counties still out in court race (http://www.jsonline.com/news/wisconsin/119314604.html)

By Don Walker (dwalker@journalsentinel.com) of the Journal Sentinel
Updated: April 6, 2011 7:36 a.m. | Unofficial statewide election returns compiled by The Associated Press in the hotly contested Wisconsin Supreme Court race indicate some precincts in at least nine counties have yet to be tallied.
In counties as small as Ashland and Taylor and as large as Milwaukee and Dane, the AP does not have total election returns. Once tallied, that could prove to be a difference in the race between Justice David Prosser and Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg in the race.
Prosser was leading by 585 votes statewide, according to the AP.
Even with 99% of the vote counted, fewer than 600 votes - or about 0.04% of ballots - separated the two candidates. That would suggest a recount will be held with so few votes between the two.
According to the AP tally, there are 486 total precincts in populous Milwaukee County, but only 474 have reported vote totals. ğRead Full (http://www.jsonline.com/news/wisconsin/119314604.html)
http://www.jsonline.com/newswatch/119314604.html

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 08:50 AM
What's the word about the turnout? Did the conservatives show up today? Or were they home shivering in their boots? Think all the union braying and threatening got through to some of the Indies that weren't in this to get beat up?

Do other Wisconsinites realize what a bellweather they are for what happens in the rest of the nation, or have they just given in to the unionistas?

It's my hope you'll be able to keep that Ruth Bader Ginsburg look-alike off your SC. She'll drive away any reasonable thinking judge on her looks alone. When I first saw her, I thought someone had recruited Helen wotsherface, now that she's outa the POTUS reporter staff. UGH!

UB

Bill, neither of these two would win a beauty contest.

http://media.jsonline.com/images/elex040611-proppenburg.jpg

Illinois Bob
04-06-2011, 10:04 AM
What's the word about the turnout? Did the conservatives show up today?
UB

Our local voters sucked yesterday. Only 16% showed up to vote in my county.

luvmylabs23139
04-06-2011, 10:20 AM
Actually the Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel said 99% of the votes have been counted and Prosser is winning by less than 600 votes and may take most of today to get all the results in.
http://media.jsonline.com/images/SUPREME06G.jpg
- selected newswatch item -
Results from precincts in 9 counties still out in court race (http://www.jsonline.com/news/wisconsin/119314604.html)

By Don Walker (dwalker@journalsentinel.com) of the Journal Sentinel
Updated: April 6, 2011 7:36 a.m. | Unofficial statewide election returns compiled by The Associated Press in the hotly contested Wisconsin Supreme Court race indicate some precincts in at least nine counties have yet to be tallied.
In counties as small as Ashland and Taylor and as large as Milwaukee and Dane, the AP does not have total election returns. Once tallied, that could prove to be a difference in the race between Justice David Prosser and Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg in the race.
Prosser was leading by 585 votes statewide, according to the AP.
Even with 99% of the vote counted, fewer than 600 votes - or about 0.04% of ballots - separated the two candidates. That would suggest a recount will be held with so few votes between the two.
According to the AP tally, there are 486 total precincts in populous Milwaukee County, but only 474 have reported vote totals. ğRead Full (http://www.jsonline.com/news/wisconsin/119314604.html)
http://www.jsonline.com/newswatch/119314604.html

OH, good lord. The margin doesn't even cover the amount of illegal democratic voters.
You gotta know that at least 5000 votes were cast for the dums by people that were not eligable to vote.

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 10:50 AM
From NBC's Chuck Todd, Mark Murray, Domenico Montanaro, and Ali Weinberg
*** The importance of quitting while you’re ahead… : If congressional Republicans should have learned any lesson from the budget showdown in Wisconsin, it was this: quit while you’re ahead. Despite being offered concession after concession on the budget -- as long as he didn’t touch collective-bargaining rights for public employees -- Gov. Scott Walker (R) went big for everything, including the collective bargaining rights. And he’s since paid a steep political price, even though the legislation ultimately passed. Walker’s poll numbers have plummeted. The legislation is now locked up in the courts. The Democratic opposition remains fired up (see last night’s elections in the state; more on them below). And the state appears headed for a slew of recall elections this spring and summer. The political lesson from Wisconsin: If you’re offered 70%-80% of what you want and will look like a hero in accepting the deal, take it. But if you go for everything, be prepared for the backlash.

*** The Walker referendums: In the two Wisconsin races that were viewed by some as referendums on Gov. Walker, Democrats won one of them, and the other is too close to call (which actually is already a "victory" for Dems). In the contest to replace Walker as Milwaukee County executive, nonpartisan (but Dem-leaning) Chris Abele trounced Republican Jeff Stone. Abele aired a TV ad (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nkjmoht6RXo) comparing Stone to Walker (Stone was quoted as saying that he and Walker share “similar aspirations,” while Walker had praised Stone). And in the higher-profile race for state Supreme Court, conservative incumbent David Prosser and liberal challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg remained essentially deadlocked. With 99% of the state's precincts reporting, per NBC’s John Yang, Prosser had a 585-vote lead out of more than 1.4 million ballots cast. A recount is likely.
*** Wisconsin’s high turnout: Yet no matter the eventual outcome of the Prosser-Kloppenburg race, Democrats appear to have overperformed in these two contests. Indeed, Yang notes that Kloppenburg seems to have benefited from a very high turnout. In the liberal bastion of Madison, officials said turnout was about 70%, with Kloppenburg winning 73% of the vote there. In Eau Claire County -- where turnout was so heavy that polling places ran out of machine-readable ballots and had to use hand-counted ballots -- she won 58%. And in left-leaning Milwaukee County, where turnout was also driven by the county executive's race, Kloppenburg won 57% of the vote. Bottom line: Walker has polarized the state and could be a potential problem with swing voters.
http://firstread.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/04/06/6418232-first-thoughts-the-importance-of-quitting-while-youre-ahead

Looks like Eau Claire County will be awhile in turning in their vote totals because they are hand counting ballots.

Kloppenburg just took over the lead 738,883 to 738,514

huntinman
04-06-2011, 11:11 AM
[B]Kloppenburg just took over the lead 738,883 to 738,514

There was never any doubt... if its close at all the dems will steal it... dead voter regards...

luvmylabs23139
04-06-2011, 11:12 AM
NOthing like the DUMS cheating again.
The sad thing is that both should be upholding the constitution.
We all know the dum doesn't care and only acts on her personal communist beliefs.
If she likes that so much she belongs in CUBA and should be charged with treason.

luvmylabs23139
04-06-2011, 11:14 AM
There was never any doubt... if its close at all the dems will steal it... dead voter regards...


Hey, you left out all the illegals voting. That gives the dums even more of a theft margin.

road kill
04-06-2011, 11:56 AM
Well, it doesn't look good for Justice Prosser, a 12 year veteran Supreme court Judge has lost the lead to a prosecuting attorney for the WI DNR, with no judicial experience.
She IS the sportsmans worst nightmare.

Team Obama threw everything they had at this.
Over $3 million from out of state support.

Ironically, she won't be able to vote on the union issue,.

RK

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 12:40 PM
Well, it doesn't look good for Justice Prosser, a 12 year veteran Supreme court Judge has lost the lead to a prosecuting attorney for the WI DNR, with no judicial experience.
She IS the sportsmans worst nightmare.

Team Obama threw everything they had at this.
Over $3 million from out of state support.

Ironically, she won't be able to vote on the union issue,.

RK
Legal challenges to the new law - which would eliminate most collective bargaining for most public employees - are expected to reach the high court, but it's not clear if the justices would take up the case before this race's winner is scheduled to be sworn in Aug. 1.

I guess that would depend on when the Wisconsin Supreme Court takes up the union issue wouldn't it. If it was after August 1st why wouldn't she be able to vote on it assuming she wins which is still too close to call.

luvmylabs23139
04-06-2011, 12:42 PM
They should just repass the law with 24 hours notice to the DUMS and shut them up.
Not sure why they did not do this weeks ago.

huntinman
04-06-2011, 12:50 PM
Legal challenges to the new law - which would eliminate most collective bargaining for most public employees - are expected to reach the high court, but it's not clear if the justices would take up the case before this race's winner is scheduled to be sworn in Aug. 1.

I guess that would depend on when the Wisconsin Supreme Court takes up the union issue wouldn't it. If it was after August 1st why wouldn't she be able to vote on it assuming she wins which is still too close to call.

Hey Roger, you find Little Rog a beach house yet?

Franco
04-06-2011, 01:01 PM
They should just repass the law with 24 hours notice to the DUMS and shut them up.
Not sure why they did not do this weeks ago.

Because Walker doesn't have the votes to get it passed a second time.

The 800 pound gorilla in the room is the Union. They've done an effective job of intimidating some of Walker's support.

As the old saying goes, "People get the government they deserve". In this case, it is becoming obvious that the Union and not the voters run Wisconsin.

Walker has done his part in trying to prevent Wisconsin from being the next Michigan or California. Leave it to the union to squeeze the lifeblood from the state's tax payers. This is what you get when workers are not free. Free to choose between being union or not.

Buzz
04-06-2011, 01:08 PM
Am I the only one who is bothered by supreme court judges being elected? I know I'm being naive, but I hate to think about politicized courts.

M&K's Retrievers
04-06-2011, 01:16 PM
Am I the only one who is bothered by supreme court judges being elected? I know I'm being naive, but I hate to think about politicized courts.

I don't know, Buzz. Look at the two clowns Obama appointed.

pat addis
04-06-2011, 01:27 PM
now every one knows why the dems went to chicago to learn how to steal elections. 95% of the dead vote goes to the dems.

huntinman
04-06-2011, 01:32 PM
now every one knows why the dems went to chicago to learn how to steal elections. 95% of the dead vote goes to the dems.

And most of them vote multiple times:rolleyes:

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04-06-2011, 01:52 PM
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now every one knows why the dems went to chicago to learn how to steal elections. 95% of the dead vote goes to the dems.




And most of them vote multiple times:rolleyes:



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So everytime a Democrat wins an election it is because dead people vote or illegal voters ???????????? HAHAHAHAHAHA you righties crack me up. Why can't you just say you got beat??????????????

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 02:13 PM
http://media.jsonline.com/images/kloppenpros.jpg




As of 11:30 a.m., The Associated Press had results for all but 1 of the state's 3,630 precincts and Kloppenburg had taken a 235 vote lead after Prosser had been ahead most of the night by less than 1,000 votes.
That one precinct would appear to be in the Town of Lake Mills, where town officials were meeting to count the last of the paper ballots.
The Jefferson County Clerk's officer reported that Prosser picked up only 2 votes in the electronic vote in Lake Mills and that 24 handwritten ballots were not yet counted.The results of a single township in Jefferson County should be known by about 1 p.m. Wednesday after local officials finish examining votes from Tuesday's election.
About 220 votes were cast in Town of Lake Mills - seemingly not enough for Prosser to make up the votes he would need to defeat Kloppenburg.

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 02:21 PM
Prosser won by less than 1,000 votes after 100% are counted.

So........we have a recount.

RK



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Well, everyone makes mistakes.



http://www.chicagotribune.com/media/photo/2008-01/34569547.jpg President Harry S. Truman holds up a copy of the Tribune after his presidential election, arguably one of the most famous headline mistakes. (UPI/Corbis-Bettmann)

huntinman
04-06-2011, 02:57 PM
It sure was nice and quiet while you were pouting Roger...

M&K's Retrievers
04-06-2011, 03:06 PM
It sure was nice and quiet while you were pouting Roger...

Wasn't it tho...

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now every one knows why the dems went to chicago to learn how to steal elections. 95% of the dead vote goes to the dems.




And most of them vote multiple times:rolleyes:



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So everytime a Democrat wins an election it is because dead people vote or illegal voters ???????????? HAHAHAHAHAHA you righties crack me up. Why can't you just say you got beat??????????????

No, we are talking about re-counts Big Roger, come on... read the posts.

luvmylabs23139
04-06-2011, 03:29 PM
Am I the only one who is bothered by supreme court judges being elected? I know I'm being naive, but I hate to think about politicized courts.

Either way it is political. We just got two in the Supreme court appointed that don't believe in the constitution but would rather legislate from the bench. Courtesy of BUMFACE.

Eric Johnson
04-06-2011, 03:51 PM
According to the AP tally, there are 486 total precincts in populous Milwaukee County, but only 474 have reported vote totals.

Am I the only one that's bothered by this? 474 reporting precincts out of a total of 468? Surely there's an error there.

Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg is reported to have made a statement that she would vote to overturn every one of Walker's legislative acts if she is elected. That's about as flagrant a breach of judicial ethics as I've heard. if this is true, I hope she recuses herself or that someone in Wisconsin brings her up on charges before the Bar and whatever court is used to deal with unethical justices.

Eric

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 04:23 PM
Am I the only one that's bothered by this? 474 reporting precincts out of a total of 468? Surely there's an error there.

Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg is reported to have made a statement that she would vote to overturn every one of Walker's legislative acts if she is elected. That's about as flagrant a breach of judicial ethics as I've heard. if this is true, I hope she recuses herself or that someone in Wisconsin brings her up on charges before the Bar and whatever court is used to deal with unethical justices.

Eric
Look again there are 486 not 468:rolleyes:

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 04:49 PM
NOW with 100 % of the vote in Kloppenburg is the winner

Kloppenburg 740,090
Prosser 739,886

Looks like the People of Wisconsin have spoken. Too bad the voters did not know what Walker was planning before he got elected. Look for Republican recalls and Walker to be recalled next year.;-)

huntinman
04-06-2011, 04:56 PM
NOW with 100 % of the vote in Kloppenburg is the winner

Kloppenburg 740,090
Prosser 739,886

Looks like the People of Wisconsin have spoken. Too bad the voters did not know what Walker was planning before he got elected. Look for Republican recalls and Walker to be recalled next year.;-)

You like to talk a lot before things happen Roger. remember the NCAA Bracket... you were bragging about being in first place after the second round, thought you would win...how did that work out for you? Might be a good time to go find that beach house for the doc.

luvmylabs23139
04-06-2011, 04:58 PM
You like to talk a lot befor things happen Roger. remember the NCAA Bracket... you were bragging about being in first place after the second round, thought you would win...how did that work out for you? Might be a good time to go find that beach house for the doc.


Didn't work out very well of him as I am the NCAA bracket champ!:razz:

road kill
04-06-2011, 05:00 PM
There are some pretty big issues brewing here in regard to this "election."

It hasn't been stolen yet.

It is possible that it wasn't only the people from WI that spoke.
And some from WI didn't get to speak.
Evidently some ballots got shredded.
http://content.clearchannel.com/cc-common/mlib/3627/04/3627_1302107152.pdf


11,000 more votes for SCJ than were counted for Mayor in Madison.

Pathetic.

Anything to protect the teat.

stan b

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 05:07 PM
You like to talk a lot before things happen Roger. remember the NCAA Bracket... you were bragging about being in first place after the second round, thought you would win...how did that work out for you? Might be a good time to go find that beach house for the doc.

After the 2nd round I was way down the list. I didn't make it to the top until AFTER Kentucky beat Ohio State. Duke had already lost and that is who I had as winner. I believe I stated that I was in first place while it lasted as the team I picked did not even make it to the final four.;-) And yes Luv, you did win the potus brackets. Congratulations.

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Holey crap, I am in first place:shock:
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WooooooooHoooooooooooooo still in first place. I have to enjoy it while it last cuz Duke is out of the tournament.
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luvmylabs23139
04-06-2011, 05:09 PM
There are some pretty big issues brewing here in regard to this "election."

It hasn't been stolen yet.

It is possible that it wasn't only the people from WI that spoke.
And some from WI didn't get to speak.
Evidently some ballots got shredded.
http://content.clearchannel.com/cc-common/mlib/3627/04/3627_1302107152.pdf

Pathetic.

Anything to protect the teat.

stan b


Roger,
Did you go to WI to vote? Maybe that's where you were yesterday.

huntinman
04-06-2011, 05:09 PM
After the 2nd round I was way down the list. I didn't make it to the top until AFTER Kentucky beat Ohio State. Duke had already lost and that is who I had as winner. I believe I stated that I was in first place while it lasted as the team I picked did not even make it to the final four.;-)

How come you can't make that much sense when you talk about anything else?

starjack
04-06-2011, 05:25 PM
At around 10:00 am there was a 1300 vote swing for kloppy as reported on the radio. At around 10:30 am there was a report of precincts that did not have enough ballots .At around2:45 a report came in that of balllots that have been shredded. This all sound very shady .SOMETHING I THINK PERRY WOULD LOVE. If any of the is true i will have no respect for this once great state. This is the most pathatic thing i have seen since x gov Doyle took office.:(

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 05:27 PM
Am I the only one that's bothered by this? 474 reporting precincts out of a total of 468? Surely there's an error there.

Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg is reported to have made a statement that she would vote to overturn every one of Walker's legislative acts if she is elected. That's about as flagrant a breach of judicial ethics as I've heard. if this is true, I hope she recuses herself or that someone in Wisconsin brings her up on charges before the Bar and whatever court is used to deal with unethical justices.

Eric

"Wisconsin voters have spoken and I am grateful for, and humbled by, their confidence and trust," she said in a statement.
Kloppenburg pledged to be an impartial justice and said she would decide cases "based on the fact and the law."

starjack
04-06-2011, 05:34 PM
Whos Law Moron The Real Law Or What Helps The Unions.

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 06:01 PM
Roger,
Did you go to WI to vote? Maybe that's where you were yesterday.

Actually, I sent in my absentee ballot weeks ago along with my deceased parents absentee ballots.:p

luvmylabs23139
04-06-2011, 06:27 PM
Actually, I sent in my absentee ballot weeks ago along with my deceased parents absentee ballots.:p

Did you also send one in for each of your dogs? I'm still trying to figure out how to get mine SS#'s so I can declare my four "kids" on my taxes.

dnf777
04-06-2011, 06:31 PM
Did you also send one in for each of your dogs? I'm still trying to figure out how to get mine SS#'s so I can declare my four "kids" on my taxes.


Same way you got yours?? :confused:
:D

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 06:33 PM
Did you also send one in for each of your dogs? I'm still trying to figure out how to get mine SS#'s so I can declare my four "kids" on my taxes.

Yeah, even the deceased ones and they ride in the car with me so I claim milage for that also. Good thing they don't eat much or I could write off the dog food too.:razz:

luvmylabs23139
04-06-2011, 06:38 PM
Same way you got yours?? :confused:
:D
Gee do you have a problem with someone obtaining a legal SS card by legal means?:confused::confused:

Do AKC papers count as a birth certificate?:rolleyes:
Hey they were all born in the US to US parents!:-P

luvmylabs23139
04-06-2011, 06:39 PM
Yeah, even the deceased ones and they ride in the car with me so I claim milage for that also.:razz:

YOU drive around with deceased dogs in your car?:confused:

dnf777
04-06-2011, 06:43 PM
Gee do you have a problem with someone obtaining a legal SS card by legal means?:confused::confused:

Do AKC papers count as a birth certificate?:rolleyes:
Hey they were all born in the US to US parents!:-P

Easy now. Did you miss the smiley face?

(and no, but I do have a problem with some of the "legal means"!)

huntinman
04-06-2011, 06:46 PM
Yeah, even the deceased ones and they ride in the car with me so I claim milage for that also. Good thing they don't eat much or I could write off the dog food too.:razz:

Roger, it's time for you to go back to the rubber room with those nice men in the white jackets. They won't hurt you, I promise. Go along now...

dnf777
04-06-2011, 06:52 PM
Roger, it's time for you to go back to the rubber room with those nice men in the white jackets. They won't hurt you, I promise. Go along now...


Are you saying FT handlers are all crazy??? :confused:

You might just be right...:D

luvmylabs23139
04-06-2011, 06:55 PM
Are you saying FT handlers are all crazy??? :confused:

You might just be right...:D


Anyone who drives around with dead dogs is more than a little crazy.

Roger Perry
04-06-2011, 07:00 PM
Anyone who drives around with dead dogs is more than a little crazy.

Creamated remains. They loved riding in the car.:razz:

huntinman
04-06-2011, 07:02 PM
Creamated remains. They loved riding in the car.:razz:

I think he's serious:confused:

Buzz
04-06-2011, 10:41 PM
Well, it doesn't look good for Justice Prosser, a 12 year veteran Supreme court Judge has lost the lead to a prosecuting attorney for the WI DNR, with no judicial experience.
She IS the sportsmans worst nightmare.

Team Obama threw everything they had at this.
Over $3 million from out of state support.

Ironically, she won't be able to vote on the union issue,.

RK

These are the spending numbers I've seen. You make it sound like the man came in from out of state and stole an election when clearly your heros the Koch brothers and others were throwing all kinds of money at it too.

http://www.wisconsinreport.com/statenews/detail.php?id=932


Through Monday night, the Greater Wisconsin Committee, which hoped to defeat Justice David Prosser and elect challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg, has spent an estimated $1,363,040 to air independent television ads.

They were followed by four groups seeking to re-elect Justice Prosser: Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, which has spent an estimated $893,990 on air time; Citizens for a Strong America, $813,660; Wisconsin Club for Growth, $415,860; and Tea Party of Wisconsin, $53,710.

Losthwy
04-07-2011, 01:00 AM
Anyone seen the the HBO documentary on the "Triangle Fire". That was a look into the past without unions. It wasn't the distorted Micheal Savage take on the good old days. The story and photos of those burnt young women's bodies gave rise to the unions and possibly the New Deal.

road kill
04-07-2011, 06:17 AM
Some of the local guys I listen to are claiming a moral victory for the Republicans in the 204 vote loss.

I don't see it that way.
A loss is a loss.

It's time to move on to me.
204 votes??

Despite some MoTR's fervent desire to paint this as a referendum on Walker, 204 votes doesn't say a lot for either side.

This was a disgrace.
This was the AFSCME's effort to get a liberal activist judge elected to WI's supreme court and they succeeded.


It can not be framed any other way.
If conservatives want to take back what is ours, and stop the insane spending and irresponsible waste, we have to learn to play the progressives game.


To be continued.

RK

Roger Perry
04-07-2011, 08:10 AM
If a recount is requested in Wisconsin:

Once official statewide results are in, the losing candidate has three business days to decide whether to request a recount.
If a recount is requested, the Accountability Board would issue an order that it start simultaneously in counties around the state. Workers would sort through all the voting materials, double-check that they have the proper number of voters in each area, and recount ballots.
Observers could challenge ballots, which would then be set aside for further review.
About 90% of ballots are counted by running a paper document filled out by a voter through an optical scanner, Kennedy said.
Once counties complete their work on a possible recount, the new official totals would be sent to the Accountability Board again.
After any possible recount, the issue could still go to the courts.
In one twist, state law calls for Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson to appoint the state judge who would hear the case if the loser of a recount in a statewide election goes to court over the outcome. Abrahamson and Prosser have clashed on the court. Prosser's private remark calling Abrahamson a "total bitch" was the subject of a recent political ad attacking Prosser.
http://www.jsonline.com/news/statepolitics/119308059.html

dnf777
04-07-2011, 08:36 AM
If a recount is requested in Wisconsin:

Once official statewide results are in, the losing candidate has three business days to decide whether to request a recount.
If a recount is requested, the Accountability Board would issue an order that it start simultaneously in counties around the state. Workers would sort through all the voting materials, double-check that they have the proper number of voters in each area, and recount ballots.
Observers could challenge ballots, which would then be set aside for further review.
Prosser's private remark calling Abrahamson a "total bitch" was the subject of a recent political ad attacking Prosser.[/B]
http://www.jsonline.com/news/statepolitics/119308059.html


The irony and hypocrisy is so very amusing! I'm kinda sitting this one out, and just let the comments pile up, then when I'm feeling down and need a chuckle, I read through them!

I especially loved the angst and ire by an acquaintence of Obama's getting picked up for soliciting prostitution!! Yet we weren't allowed to judge Mark Sanford, David Vitter, or Larry Craig!!

I've found a whole 'nother use for POTUS...........comic relief!

(and a few serious contributors....Sub, Franco, JD, Duck, et al...who I really enjoy talking with)

road kill
04-07-2011, 04:03 PM
Who'd of ever thunk it???

Prosser Takes 40 Vote Lead in Supreme Court Race
By Dan O'Donnell
Story Created: Apr 5, 2011

(Story Updated: Apr 7, 2011 )

MADISON - Incumbent Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser took a 40-vote lead over challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg, according to new totals released Thursday afternoon.

Kloppenburg had been leading by 204 votes, but newj unofficial totals reported in Winnebago County show that Prosser received 20,701 votes to Kloppenburg's 18,887.

The Associated Press--whose totals have been used by media outlets throughout the state--reported 19,991 votes for Prosser and 18,421 for Kloppenburg. The new numbers would give Prosser 244 more votes.

Calls to the Winnebago County Clerk's office were not immediately returned, and a spokesperson for the Associated Press said Thursday that the wire service was double-checking its vote totals against the newly reported figures.

Canvassers started the process of certifying the Supreme Court race's results.

JoAnne Kloppenburg declared victory over incumbent state Supreme Court Justice David Prosser on Wednesday. Unofficial totals show her with a scant 204-vote margin out of nearly 1.5 million cast in Tuesday's election.

Prosser's campaign hasn't said whether it plans to ask for a recount.

Each county's board of canvassers is now reconciling the totals, making sure the ballots in hand match the number of people who voted.

They have until April 15 to submit those totals. The candidates then have three business days to ask for a recount.

Government Accountability Board attorney Mike Haas expects to start getting canvassing numbers starting either later Thursday or Friday and they will post it on their website.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

http://www.620wtmj.com/news/local/119299974.html
__________________________________________________ _______
OOOOOPS!!!!
I guess it ain't over till it's over.:D

Of course, I'll guaruntee that no matter how many Prosser gets up by, Dane Cty will find that many and more locked in Sumi's closet.

Al Franken regards!

RK

huntinman
04-07-2011, 05:06 PM
Hell, the graveyards are full of democrat votes RK...:rolleyes:

road kill
04-07-2011, 05:08 PM
JS Online reports another 200 votes for Prosser, now up by 240+!

RK

luvmylabs23139
04-07-2011, 05:40 PM
This is going to get rather entertaining. I guess the dems didn't shred enough ballots.

huntinman
04-07-2011, 05:58 PM
According to the Weekly Standard... just updated. Prosser may have a 7,000 vote lead. Looks like the Waukesha County Clerk left out the results for the City of Brookfield, heavily republican 14,000 voters...:rolleyes: imagine that

Edit

The Corner

BREAKING: Computer Error Could Give Prosser 7,381 More Votes, Victory

By Christian Schneider
Posted on April 07, 2011 5:29 PM

After Tuesday night’s Wisconsin Supreme Court election, a computer error in heavily Republican Waukesha County failed to send election results for the entire City of Brookfield to the Associated Press. The error, revealed today, would give incumbent Supreme Court Justice David Prosser a net 7,381 votes against his challenger, attorney Joanne Kloppenburg. On Wednesday, Kloppenburg declared victory after the AP reported she finished the election with a 204-vote lead, out of nearly 1.5 million votes cast.

On election night, AP results showed a turnout of 110,000 voters in Waukesha County — well short of the 180,000 voters that turned out last November, and 42 percent of the county’s total turnout. By comparison, nearly 90 percent of Dane County voters who cast a ballot in November turned out to vote for Kloppenburg.

Prior to the election, Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus was heavily criticized for her decision to keep the county results on an antiquated personal computer, rather than upgrade to a new data system being utilized statewide. Nickolaus cited security concerns for keeping the data herself — yet when she reported the data, it did not include the City of Brookfield, whose residents cast nearly 14,000 votes.

Throughout the day Thursday, official canvass numbers flipped the lead back and forth between Prosser and Kloppenburg. While many believed a recount was inevitable, the addition of the Brookfield votes for Prosser could push the justice’s lead beyond the legal threshold that would trigger an automatic recount. Under state law, Kloppenburg could still ask for a recount up to three days after the official canvass, but would have to pay for it herself.

“Waukesha County officials have announced a press conference for 5:30 CST.”

luvmylabs23139
04-07-2011, 06:03 PM
Oh where, oh where, has Roger gone?
Oh where, oh where can he be?

Buzz
04-07-2011, 06:48 PM
I'm not going to be like a republican and start screaming fraud...

http://img251.imageshack.us/img251/4157/brepublic.jpg

Cody Covey
04-07-2011, 06:57 PM
http://www.jsonline.com/news/waukesha/119424759.html

Prosser wins.

Marvin S
04-07-2011, 07:38 PM
I'm not going to be like a republican and start screaming fraud...

http://img251.imageshack.us/img251/4157/brepublic.jpg

Prior to when you were weaned I was talking to our state Senator about his stand on voting. he assured me that there is too much possibility of fraud when there is not a paper trail, a paper trail being bad enough. We had many discussions on the subject as I believe in the will of the people WTW.

If you had been in this state - WA - during the Gregoire-Rossi vote count you would not make that statement lightly. It took 3 counts, the 1st 2 she lost, before she edged ahead by less than 100 votes, all coming from King County AKA SF North. Since that time there have been a couple of other elections where the results were questionable, all with major financial implications in the direction of more government.

I don't have the answer to stop voter fraud but I'm sure it's not to use computers exclusively. It is an unfortunate thing when the fox is guarding the hen house, but that's what's happening all too often in these very close elections where so much is at stake.

Franco
04-07-2011, 07:53 PM
This is the best news I've read today!

Can't wait to get over to the Huff Post and read all the bitchin':D

huntinman
04-07-2011, 08:00 PM
Prior to when you were weaned I was talking to our state Senator about his stand on voting. he assured me that there is too much possibility of fraud when there is not a paper trail, a paper trail being bad enough. We had many discussions on the subject as I believe in the will of the people WTW.

If you had been in this state - WA - during the Gregoire-Rossi vote count you would not make that statement lightly. It took 3 counts, the 1st 2 she lost, before she edged ahead by less than 100 votes, all coming from King County AKA SF North. Since that time there have been a couple of other elections where the results were questionable, all with major financial implications in the direction of more government.

I don't have the answer to stop voter fraud but I'm sure it's not to use computers exclusively. It is an unfortunate thing when the fox is guarding the hen house, but that's what's happening all too often in these very close elections where so much is at stake.

I referenced that very election yesterday Marvin, but you weren't around. I was still in Roy then and remember it all too well. What a fiasco that was!

huntinman
04-07-2011, 10:35 PM
I'm not going to be like a republican and start screaming fraud...

http://img251.imageshack.us/img251/4157/brepublic.jpg

Wouldn't do much good as all the fraud was on your side of the aisle...

road kill
04-08-2011, 06:23 AM
What a GREAT day to be a "Cheesehead!!!"

I've never been prouder in my life to be a Wisconsonite!!!":D



RK

huntinman
04-08-2011, 07:40 AM
Interesting how Roger clammed up so fast. Hey Roger, what's the vote count??

road kill
04-08-2011, 07:43 AM
Interesting how Roger clammed up so fast. Hey Roger, what's the vote count??

I am concerned about him, he was our on the spot reporter keeping us all updated on wht the "people wanted!"

I thought he would have been all over this, you know, as concerned as he was!!

Like what was posted earlier..."the PEOPLE have spoken!"

Here is the referendum vote on Walkers bill, we like it!

We took everything the progressives had, we WON!:D
The tide is turning, it all started HERE!!!
WE are taking our country back!


RK

huntinman
04-08-2011, 07:54 AM
NOW with 100 % of the vote in Kloppenburg is the winner

Kloppenburg 740,090
Prosser 739,886

Looks like the People of Wisconsin have spoken. Too bad the voters did not know what Walker was planning before he got elected. Look for Republican recalls and Walker to be recalled next year.;-)

I tried to tell him he was speaking too soon:rolleyes:

Roger Perry
04-08-2011, 08:28 AM
I am concerned about him, he was our on the spot reporter keeping us all updated on wht the "people wanted!"

I thought he would have been all over this, you know, as concerned as he was!!

Like what was posted earlier..."the PEOPLE have spoken!"

Here is the referendum vote on Walkers bill, we like it!

We took everything the progressives had, we WON!:D
The tide is turning, it all started HERE!!!
WE are taking our country back!


RK

Wasn't Prosser ecpected to win by a landslide and yet it was by a narrow margain he won by recount not withstanding. The people voice has spoken and it does not bode well for the Republicans.

Nickolaus has had a long career in Republican politics.
For 13 years, she worked as a staffer for the Assembly Republican caucus, one of four GOP and Democratic legislative groups that were shut down following a criminal investigation into state staffers doing campaign work on state time.
The caucus investigation eventually led to the resignations and criminal convictions of leaders in the Senate and Assembly for directing caucus and staff employees to engage in illegal political activity during their state employment.
Nickolaus, who earned $54,000 a year as a data analyst and computer specialist for Assembly Republicans, was granted immunity in 2001 by authorities conducting the investigation.
In a criminal complaint issued in 2002 against then-Assembly Speaker Scott Jensen and others, prosecutors claimed Nickolaus developed a computer software program that was used by state officials to track donations. According to a Journal Sentinel report, Nickolaus said she developed the software on her own time because she wanted to sell it to the state elections agency for use in automating state-required campaign reports. She left the caucus around that time.

http://www.jsonline.com/news/statepolitics/119410124.html

huntinman
04-08-2011, 08:31 AM
Roger, give it up. You spoke to soon... you got your hat handed to you. You LOST!!!!! Get used to it because now the Dems are going to get their butts kicked in the recalls up there in dairyland!!

Buzz
04-08-2011, 08:57 AM
Roger, give it up. You spoke to soon... you got your hat handed to you. You LOST!!!!! Get used to it because now the Dems are going to get their butts kicked in the recalls up there in dairyland!!


Now that's something I'd be willing to take a bet on...

road kill
04-08-2011, 09:30 AM
Wasn't Prosser ecpected to win by a landslide and yet it was by a narrow margain he won by recount not withstanding. The people voice has spoken and it does not bode well for the Republicans.

Nickolaus has had a long career in Republican politics.
For 13 years, she worked as a staffer for the Assembly Republican caucus, one of four GOP and Democratic legislative groups that were shut down following a criminal investigation into state staffers doing campaign work on state time.
The caucus investigation eventually led to the resignations and criminal convictions of leaders in the Senate and Assembly for directing caucus and staff employees to engage in illegal political activity during their state employment.
Nickolaus, who earned $54,000 a year as a data analyst and computer specialist for Assembly Republicans, was granted immunity in 2001 by authorities conducting the investigation.
In a criminal complaint issued in 2002 against then-Assembly Speaker Scott Jensen and others, prosecutors claimed Nickolaus developed a computer software program that was used by state officials to track donations. According to a Journal Sentinel report, Nickolaus said she developed the software on her own time because she wanted to sell it to the state elections agency for use in automating state-required campaign reports. She left the caucus around that time.

http://www.jsonline.com/news/statepolitics/119410124.html

Hey, Roger, you forgot part of the article.


'We went over everything'
But at the news conference with Nickolaus, Ramona Kitzinger, the Democrat on the Waukesha County Board of Canvassers, said: "We went over everything and made sure all the numbers jibed up and they did. Those numbers jibed up, and we're satisfied they're correct."

As a Democrat, she said, "I'm not going to stand here and tell you something that's not true."


Need any salt??
Or do you like your CROW plain??:cool:


This is histerical;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJxBemePX8E



RK

huntinman
04-08-2011, 09:40 AM
Hey, Roger, you forgot part of the article.



Need any salt??
Or do you like your CROW plain??:cool:



RK

as Rk would say

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!

M&K's Retrievers
04-08-2011, 10:52 AM
Now that's something I'd be willing to take a bet on...

I don't know, Buzz. People are pi$$ed off.

Restless natives regards,