Da Tech Guy has been telling us that the left is demoralized. I happen to agree wholeheartedly. The blame for that falls one man: Barak Obama. He has a fawning media, who have dutifully lied, distorted, omitted, and spun at his bidding. He has allies in the unions bosses, with their army of goons. He has “community organizations” at his disposal, who readily intimidate, hire protesters, and file fake voter registrations by the thousands. Hell, even the dead vote for him, often more than once. But even with all of that, there are major problems in liberal land…
1. Obama is having difficulties in primaries: He had problems in WV, where a convicted felon took 40% of the vote. Challengers in Kentucky and Arkansas (including “uncommitted) also did well at the polls against him. Of course, his lapdogs in the MSM are crying racism, but there a is problem there- they are attacking fellow Democrats. That isn’t likely to play well in donkey-land.
2. They are having some massive enthusiasm problems, particularly in Wisconsin. This is a pivotal state for the Democrats, as Scott Walker has signed some legislation limiting the power of the union bosses. In retaliation, he has been subjected to over a year of harassment and threats. People have been beaten, businesses intimidated, and the Wisconsin Capitol building has suffered over a million dollars in damage. However, now, when the big push is needed, the movement has run out of gas. For example, a recent anti-walker rally garnered a rather paltry crowd…
Now with less than 10 days before the June 5 recall election, Wisconsin Democrat leaders the Obama Campaign tried to do it again.
Too bad only a couple hundred supporters showed up.
It was a pathetic turnout.
Scott Walker Watch has the video.
According to the most recent polling average compiled by the political Web siteRealClearPolitics, Walker is ahead of his Democratic opponent by 6.4 percentage points.
Glossed over in this Associated Press report about Friday’s Wisconsin recall rally starring former President Bill Clinton is the fact that only “hundreds” showed up. Not only is Gov. Scott Walker’s Democrat opponent, Tom Barrett, the mayor of that great city, but Milwaukee represents one of two liberal strongholds in the state — the other being Madison. By contrast, at yesterday’s pro-Walker rally in Racine, somewhere around 4,000 showed up to see, among others, Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, Congressman Paul Ryan, and our own Dana Loesch.
Racine is a fair-sized city of 79,000 about 40 minutes south of Milwaukee. By contrast, the City of Milwaukee has a population of nearly 600,000.
You can, I suppose, make an argument that the Clinton rally was held on a work day and was, as has been reported, hastily arranged. But Bill Clinton was once a sitting U.S. president, a Democrat president, and one who is more popular today than he ever was in office — and he has always been very, very popular in the City of Milwaukee. Oh, and Barrett is the sitting mayor of that city and currently one of two men engaged in one of the most nationally critical non-presidential elections of the last ten years.
So then, after spending $60,000,000 on the anti-Walker effort, they can’t even bus in enough goons to make it look like real people are interested? This does not bodewell for the Democrats.
Did I mention to expect more voter fraud than even God has seen?