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So it appears that Wisconsin is once again back in the spotlight if this analysis from the Huffington Post is accurate. Tonight their lead story is about R$ and Preibus moving into Wisconsin as an alternative to Ohio. The theory is that Wisconsin hasn't had the heavy advertising that branded R$ as the lying, job exporting, tax evading hack that he is. See full story here:
What surprises me regarding this analysis is that if there was a state in this union that had experienced a lying politician saying one thing when running and doing another once elected it would be Wisconsin. In addition the campaign seems to be hiding the "Warlock " Ryan. He has spent more time in Texas this week than in Wisconsin. So either this is a last minute desperate move or they figure Ryan can't help much.
Regardless, it seems that Wisconsin once again must be called upon to rise to the challenge. I know Wisconsinites must wonder why they are on the front lines again. I hope they know that we all have come to appreciate their tenacity and the strong history of supporting labor and working families.
I look forward to hearing from puddytat and others on the ground to hear their analysis. If the Huffington Post analysis is correct, Wisconsin could Be the state that ends our national R$ nightmare.
Originally posted to txdoubledd on Fri Oct 26, 2012 at 08:35 PM PDT.