August 3, 2011
There’s been good news about the results achieved in the brief seven months since the Walker administration took office. Next Tuesday, August 9th, will determine whether the good news keep coming, or whether Walker’s limited-government agenda will itself be limited to what we’ve seen so far.
It may seem unfair to put everything on the backs of so few, but we didn’t make the rules. If you live in one of the six State Senate districts with a recall election, there is no excuse for failing to show up and vote. You can be sure the union member next door plans to.
Last fall we said the November elections might be the last chance to stop the Obama-Big Labor agenda from making itself permanent. This spring we said Wisconsin’s April election was a battle to protect choices voters made last November from being overruled by Liberal courts. Both things were true, and you showed up at the polls, and the people who would suppress your freedom and take what you have were repelled.
Repelled, but not defeated. The Left is well-financed and willing to say or do anything to retake the State Senate. Voters who believe in limited government must fight and win at least one more defensive battle next Tuesday. If you have an election, be there.