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What the August 16th WI State Senate Races Are Really About

In the August 16th State Senate recall elections, the choice couldn’t be clearer for Wisconsinites. We will either submit, once again, to the union control that has dominated our state’s government for decades and vote for Jim Holperin and Robert Wirch, or we will continue to reclaim our freedom and vote for Kim Simac and Jonathan Steitz.

Months ago, Democrat Senators Holperin and Wirch told us exactly whose side they were on when they fled Wisconsin and went to Illinois to hold up a vote on the budget. That act subverted the representation of every Wisconsinite and undermined our democratically-elected leaders in favor of a special interest group: the unions.

The Democrat minority had no control over any branch of our government for one simple reason: They were voted out of power in 2010. The Democrats lost the election because they failed to govern the state responsibly and they left our state with a fiscal mess. Scott Walker and the Republicans were chosen by us, the voters of Wisconsin, to clean up that mess, which they did.

However, the Democrat Senators sought to exercise minority control by fleeing the state and preventing a quorum, which prevented our democratically-elected representatives from being able to run our government. All of this was done so that the unions would be able to continue to extract as much money as possible from us: the Wisconsin taxpayers.

While the Democrat Senators were in Illinois, the unions sent demostrators to our Capitol building, where they proceeded to threaten our elected leaders, harass our businesses, and cost Wisconsin taxpayers approximately 8 million dollars in damages and security costs. When it was over, the unions staged boycotts on Wisconsin businesses and continued to harass our elected leaders.

Despite all this, the Democrat Senators, including Holperin and Wirch, returned to accept a heroes’ welcome from the unions who attacked our state in virtually every manner possible. For this reason, we chose to recall our State Senators Jim Holperin and Robert Wirch.

August 12, 2011 at 12:59 am
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