Spinning Wisconsin

Cry about it. You need more practice.

Walker won. Most of the world knows that by now and the Democrats knew it was coming. They began their spin cycles over a week ago, backtracking on their prior statements that Walker would be defeated and denying that Walker’s victory means anything for November. The White House is trying to shrug it off with one hand and with the other claiming the results were ‘terrifying‘. Boy, are they kidding themselves.

The media took it very hard Tuesday night and well into Wednesday morning – see my Wisconsin Win Roundup for all the revolting tantrums. MSNBC was hardest hit, with Maddow, O’Donnell and Schultz crying in their self-created puddles of spilled milk. Al ‘Resist We Much’ Sharpton came out, predictably, saying the GOP cheated and stole the election. Now the narrative wars are on and they are kicking it into Occupy territory. The false story they are trying to lay on us is that the only reason Walker won is because he outspent the competition.  Not so fast, Lefties. Facts are pesky things:

Labor Recall Totals Over $20 Million (Click Image)


Another pesky fact that likely hits the Unions where they live is that exit polls showed 38% of Union members voted for Walker. Perhaps that explains all the mayhem in Milwaukee by anarchists, occupiers and disgruntled liberals upset their drum circles did nothing to sway people at the polls, nor keep CNN in town. Your threats and busing people in from surrounding states did little to help you and everything to hurt you. The world was watching and we seeeeeeeeeee you!

Cry about it some more, Libs. Call it practice… for November.

About A.P. Dillon

A.P. Dillon is a freelance journalist and is currently writing at The North State Journal. She resides in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Find her on Twitter: @APDillon_
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