May 30, 2012
You’ve seen some favorable polling. You’ve seen a remarkable display of support for Governor Walker in a primary that was virtually uncontested. You’ve seen a 23 percent drop-off in Democrat primary voters, compared with the number of recall signatures filed.
It would be easy to assume the recall election is over with and Walker has it in the bag. And that easy assumption is the one possible way you could give Wisconsin Democrats and the national Left a gift they don’t deserve.
They’ve done everything they can to turn out their voters, and that’s a lot. Because their accomplices on the Dane County bench have blocked photo ID, we can only guess at the extent of fraud. So there’s just one thing left for them to do: Convince YOU not to vote and they were working at that this past Sunday on television and in a story in Saturday’s Los Angeles Times titled, “Democrats, losing ground in Wisconsin, play down recall election.”
Spin would appear to be the only reason for the Times story: Spin an impending defeat into a meaningless exercise with no effect on the November elections.
But there’s another reason, far more subtle and far more important: Spread the lie that there’s no urgent need for Conservative voters to turn out next Tuesday. It’s the Democrats’ key to an upset, and the psychological effect on the November elections should give you the absolute, shivering creeps.
National Democrats will say next Tuesday means nothing, setting up the ambush. Meanwhile, their minions in Wisconsin will pull every trick in the book, looking for a win by hard work, outright theft or a combination of the two.
Don’t be fooled into leaving things to chance, only to wake up next Wednesday to a disaster you could have helped prevent.