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  •  Barrett was warned (1+ / 0-)
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    That if he entered the race, his weakness on labor issues would be a factor in the primary. If he doesn't like what's happening, he's welcome to drop out.

    •  Falk was warned of her weaknesses (2+ / 0-)
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      as well, and she is fortunate that Barrett and others are conducting clean campaigns and not raising Falk's issues . . . but she, of course, also is welcome to drop out.  Because, if she wins the primary, Walker will raise those issues, and we will lose the recall.

      So much for the nyah nyahs.  

      You must want to lose this recall.   Are you a public employee in Wisconsin?  Are you even in Wisconsin?  This thread has a lot of outsiders who apparently have not done their homework on what is at stake here, on all that has happened here. . . .

      "Let all the dreamers wake the nation." -- Carly Simon

      by Cream City on Tue Apr 17, 2012 at 08:18:20 AM PDT

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      •  As a matter of fact I am a public employee. (2+ / 0-)
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        rosarugosa, peptabysmal

        In Madison. I've been at ground zero of this fight from before the beginning. So maybe dial it back a bit on the personal attacks.

        •  So am I, so how about (2+ / 0-)
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          dialing back attacks on the candidate most likely to beat Walker.  

          "Let all the dreamers wake the nation." -- Carly Simon

          by Cream City on Tue Apr 17, 2012 at 03:48:24 PM PDT

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          •  How about this? (0+ / 0-)

            I will accurately characterize the strengths and weakness of the candidate with the virtually insignificant electability advantage.

            The poll we're talking about shows that there's only a 2.3% chance that Barrett is more electable than Falk, and a 1.1% chance that Falk is more electable than him.

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