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30 Comments on "Sign the Petition to Recall Scott Walker Now!"

  1. molly not all police and firefighters voted for this guy. the majority did not vote for him, we are smarter than that

  2. Fiscal responsibility is great! COMPROMISE is even better. Can’t we have the best of both worlds? Or is it to be dictatorship? I feel like I’m living in Libya right now!

  3. wowthatsintelligent | February 24, 2011 at 7:43 am |

    NO ONE made any money? So, you were being a waste-product drunk at a casino bar all of the time? Loser, I’m glad you left; we don’t need your ignorant poison here. I feel sorry for your children; they have to live with your boorish venom. When you understand the way that this whole PLANET and ITS PEOPLE have to evolve in order to survive this coming corporate-induced holocaust, then maybe you’ll shut your mouth and open up the unused polluted resource you call your mind.

  4. wowthatsintelligent | February 24, 2011 at 7:14 am |

    Is that all you’ve got to say? Why do you even have a mouth? You could just feed via tube, keep it simple and mindless, and we’d all be happy.

  5. Walker is, effectively, an underdeveloped EMBRYO WITH A SPINAL CORD. Nothing more. Conceptualized by an act of rape, the heart’s not yet developed, it’s gutless and soul-less. The umbilical cord is his feeding tube from corporate malfeasants. This is where abortion comes in very handy.

  6. Sick of Progressives: Looks like us Progressives that you are “sick of” have a leg up on you fascist types who think you are in control of MY country and that is that we are becoming proud and “engaged” Americans, concerned with our countrys, truth, integrity and our constitution—-while you people are becoming more and more fractured in your bases. You people lie at every turn and use every Machiavellian tactic that you can to try to keep on top of your Amerika. You and your likes belong in a far more hot environment than my wonderful state of California. Way to go Wisconsin! Sincerely a proud Progressive, Vietnam Vet and one who believes what Eisenhower (a real Republican) said, it went somewhat like this, “America, heed the military industrial complex for unchecked it will take your country down”—–which it is doing now. Check this Url out, do these type of people make you proud? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPuqW3BaZRc&feature=player_embedded#at=312 Tom

  7. Robert Smith | February 23, 2011 at 7:03 pm |

    Yes-This is why the scandanavian people are the most contented people in the world according to yearly surveys. The Danes being the most satisfied. P.S. they pay 44% of their income in taxes. They’ve got to be doing alot right.

  8. Scott Walker is an anti-american, anti-christian fascist. He is a prototypical right wing garbage politician. Corruption, immorality, greed and hatred are what guide his life. It appears that once again republican dirty dealings, along with a disheartened electorate, got him elected. We need to take out this Fuhrer like we did the original. Wisconsin deserves much better. We have to stop making noise and start taking action. Let the recalls begin.

  9. Are you kidding me?
    He wants to get rid of the collective bargaining so that that when local funding gets stripped away by his new budget(that’s why he has delayed releasing it until after this bill passes)from local communities the local communities can slash wages with no hold ups, people – middle class people, hard working families will lose everything. The unions have all agreed to the additional payments under his new bill. Leave out the collective bargaining. That’s right the unions ALL agreed to the additional insurance payments and pension payments. Face it he’s Union Buster. Start the recall I will sign up, I will also collect signatures for it just give me a call, let me know when it’s time to collect them. This guy has got to go.

  10. Two Words

    fiscal responsibility.

    Two More

    Go Scott!!

  11. Unfortunately, no you cannot. Must live in the voting district.

  12. I’m glad you’re gone.

  13. sick of progressives | February 20, 2011 at 6:55 pm |

    LOL whine whine whine Wisconsin welfare crybabies. I lived there. It was really sad. NO ONE made any money at all and yet still they had this communistic system of welfare and freebies. HOW DO YOU THINK A GOVERNMENT CAN RUN WITHOUT MONEY??? Stop mooching off of people. If you don’t like capitalism, liberty and prosperity as well as property ownership and the ability to do your best then get of my country. Go live in Europe, but oh yeah, SOCIALISM IS FAILING THERE so you’d rather stay here and screw us up like they did to their own countries.

  14. Edward N. Ehrlich | February 20, 2011 at 6:07 pm |

    Scott Walker has schown that he is an arrogant bully in his uncomprompising assault on unions. I hope that a groundswell of signatures on this petition will convince Republican legislators not to support the t the governor’s odious bill even if the recall is not successful

  15. Why does Walker give big business tax breaks upon taking office? The small business is what keeps this country running. Big business can afford health insurance where small business cannot. Answer: Because it feeds Walker’s pocket through donations from big business. Nothing about the budget here but how do I feed my own pocket! Walker, you are a public employee. How much are you going to fund your pension out of pocket?

  16. “It really all boils down to some greedy union members not wanting to pay 5.8% more into their pension plans, and not wanting to have to pay 12.5% into Health/Dental plans.”

    Nothing could be further from the truth. The issue is not a reduction in pay or benefits. As a union member in the private sector our pay and bennies have been slashed over the last two years, however there is one major difference, we voted on it and approved it and did not give up the right to bargin in the future.

    It is the wholesale removal of collective bargaining rights that is the core issue.

  17. Can I sign if I live out of state? (Assume so, but would rather be polite and check.)

  18. Madison Teacher | February 18, 2011 at 12:41 am |

    I’m AFSCME, but I disagree with the protests, and I think a recall is asinine rhetoric, because it has no legal standing. Walker has done nothing wrong or illegal. But more to the point, recall because you don’t like policy? Please, if that were the case, the Reps (and I’m sure a few Dems) would have gotten rid of Jim Doyle years ago. Better yet, the Tea Party would have gotten rid of Obama, and the Progressive Liberals would have gotten rid of Bush before that. But a recall over the imaginary is the sign of immature panic. No salary will be affected by a cease in Collective Bargaining, Police and Fire won’t be touched, and no one loses what they have right now. It really all boils down to some greedy union members not wanting to pay 5.8% more into their pension plans, and not wanting to have to pay 12.5% into Health/Dental plans. That, and the union leaders freaking out because their power is quickly eroding. Sheesh, such crybabies. There are plenty of people out of work that would kill to have a job (and the very benefits) we do, so the griping and foot stomping is just childish antics from spoiled children.

  19. nomorebullywalker | February 17, 2011 at 9:43 pm |

    Great Idea. Let the REcalls begin!!

  20. I am sure there are people who did not take a look at Scott Walker’s history in politics. He appears to be out to destroy the middle class. If the middle class continues to shrink, who will be able to support the Wisconsin economy? I checked the businesses that donated to his campaign on-line. I will be avoiding all of them after the choices he has made. Taxes are not evil. We pool our money and benefit from sound choices in the use of the collected taxes. I will definitly sign the recall petition.

  21. I support the recall effort to eject scot walker from the governorship of Wisconsin. A recall can only be started after 1 year, so we should be able to gather a million signatures in a year and after he has been in office for 366 days, he can be forced out. I suggest we also gather petitions to recall all of the Senators and Reps that are confused as to what a budget bill is and what a social engineering bill is.

  22. Recall the person who thinks he is the antichrist???? Scot Walker?????

  23. If we recall Scott Walker. It will be a ballat with two questions to fill. Part 1 Should the sitting Governor be recalled? Yes or No Part 2 will be a list of Canadates to choose if you vote yes. You only pick one canadate.

  24. Walker is a snake in the grass. When a real recall starts, I’m ready to campaign for signatures!!

  25. Annette Kirchhoff | February 14, 2011 at 9:23 pm |

    Scott Walkter is a nut – I can’t believe the Wisconsin people voted him in there – or Ron Johnson for that matter – one is just as bad as the other. I have given up any kind of substantial raise in the last 4 years as well as VOLUNTARILY taken 5 days of upaid time off for 2010 and 10 days for 2011 to help with the budget shortfalls. What have you done Mr. Walker? What are you and your family giving up to help out? Oh, I get it – it’s just the public employees (ie. Middle class) that get to bail out the rich again. Just like the bailout of WallStreet – Instead of pitting us middle class workers and families against each other you should be trying to bring us together – we are the foundation of this country – without us you will all fail. GET OUT!!!! GO BACK TO SCHOOL AND LEARN SOMETHING THEN COME BACK AND TRY AGAIN>

  26. Scott Walker clearly thinks that our children are to be punished for adult misuse of funds. Why is he attacking the people who help children? The police and fire departments are free from his tyrannical budget cuts, but they did vote for him. What happened to freedom of speech and freedom of assembly, Scott Walker? First you take away the teacher’s rights to defend themselves, then you take away good portions of their hard earned salaries before even implementing your merit-based pay program (so is Wisconsin converting to a guilty until proven innocent methodology?), and next you want to ban NPR. You know, Scott Walker, Hitler issued televisions with one channel when he was in power (if you did your research you would know that). You take away NPR reducing talk radio to Rush Limbaugh or nothing, you are no better than your totalitarian predecessor. This is America, where freedom of thought and freedom of the press, as well as freedom of speech and assembly are protected by our nation’s bylaws. Scott Walker needs to stop taking away our freedoms!

  27. We can’t wait too long…

    BTW, is this guy really an American? His grasp of history isn’t very compelling. How can it be proposed that collective bargaining is not our right?
    Apparently our Governor is a fascist… That word is probably to big for him. I mean to say he puts business priorities over his constituent citizens needs and rights.

  28. Charles A. Bruhn | February 3, 2011 at 1:29 pm |

    He doesn’t know it but he has to go.

  29. My only hesitation is that we’d be stuck with Kleefisch. After a year of this Bozo, more will join us.

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