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THE RECALL HEARD AROUND THE WORLD

June 6, 2012

I watched the Wisconsin returns on MSNBC Tuesday night, and it came right down to the wire between "the Democrats were outspent 7-to-1" and "Republicans are stripping union rights!" As we go to press it's still too close to call.

President Obama wanted to go to Wisconsin, but he just didn't have time. He's been doing so many campaign fundraisers lately he barely has time to play golf.

The left's "outspent" argument is ridiculous. Unions take money by force from members, hire hundreds of political operatives and give them salaries to work on campaigns, then call them "volunteers" so their work isn't reported as a campaign contribution.

Luckily for them, government employees' non-punishing work schedules leave them plenty of time to be in a constant state of grievance, demanding recalls after any election they lose, and mobilizing voters.

This election had nothing to do with people being paid a fair wage for the work they do. The question is: Do you want a society where the people whose salaries you pay make more than those who pay them?

The Democrats will do anything the government unions ask, because (1) It's not their money they're spending, it's the taxpayers'; and (2) Government unions reciprocate by making sure the Democrats keep getting re-elected.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is about to turn New York into Pottersville from "It's a Wonderful Life" by legalizing gambling so he can keep paying the unions.

All manufacturing has been driven out of the state by high taxes -- and by well-compensated government employees who make it impossible to do business in New York. The state's principal cash cow, New York City, is now entirely composed of a tiny slice of Wall Streeters and the people who serve them –- personal trainers, doormen, maids, doctors, lawyers, restaurateurs and Keith Olbermann's cat groomer.


Outside of New York City, everyone works for the government. But there's no actual industry in the state. People are fleeing New York faster than Democrat legislators fled Wisconsin before a vote they were going to lose.

Soon it will be just another mid-range, dying state. If the financial sector ever leaves, New York City will be Detroit, which itself was once the nation's crown jewel metropolis.

So Cuomo's going to bring in casinos to save public sector salaries, perks and pensions. Democrats don't care that gambling destroys neighborhoods and ruins lives. They will do anything to keep government employees happy. They'll legalize drugs or sell body parts to keep paying off public sector workers.

There's a reason both FDR and labor leader George Meany said it would be insane to ever allow government employees to unionize. People who work for the government don't have a hard-driving capitalist boss on the other side of the bargaining table demanding more work for less pay.

No one is worried about the profit margin because there is no profit -- it's government! Rather, the only people on the other side of the table are the unions' co-conspirators: Democratic politicians willing to spend the public treasury on union members, who will repay the politicians by mobilizing voters.

This is why Walker's victory Tuesday night was an amazing, miraculous, transformative event in the history of the nation.

Even the Terminator couldn't beat the government unions. In the dumbest move ever made by a politician, in 2005, two years into Arnold Schwarzenegger's first term, he called an off-year special election to enact a few minuscule reductions in public-sector union perks, such as making it humanly possible to fire bad teachers.

Even in a normal election year, initiatives curbing government employees' boondoggles are nearly impossible to get past the powerful unions.

But worse -- as in Wisconsin -- this was an off-year election. Unlike Wisconsin, however, it was Schwarzenegger's idea to hold a special election on the advice of his political consultant, Mike Murphy, the Bob Shrum of the Republicans.

Let's see, who would be likely to vote in an off-year election? We're going to cut your exorbitant benefits, require you to work, and make it easier to fire you, public employees. Do you have any interest in voting on that?

Anyone with half a brain could see disaster coming from a mile away. Even with the language barrier, Arnold should have seen it coming.

Within weeks, Tony Quinn, a California Republican consultant, stated categorically: "The governor needs to cancel this special election, regardless of the political cost, because he's headed for a huge political defeat."

But Schwarzenegger's adviser, Murphy, was brimming with confidence, dazzled by the governor's celebrity status. He gloated, "He's still Arnold Schwarzenegger." (Murphy never saw "Twins.")

Public sector unions spent a jaw-dropping $80 million to defeat Schwarzenegger's initiatives, portraying the governor as the enemy of cops, teachers, firefighters and "people like us."

Mike Murphy: "I am confident we will win."

In the end, union members turned out in droves on Election Day, defeating every single initiative. Everyone else in California woke up the next day and said, "Hey, did you know there was an election yesterday?"

The failure of Schwarzenegger's propositions ended his governorship. From that day on, he became the Democrats' plaything.

The 2010 census marks the first time California has lost population since it became a state.

The decision to call an off-year special election to roll back public employees' perks will long be remembered as the all-time stupidest idea in political history. One hundred years from now it will still be studied at the Kennedy School of Government.

Wisconsin made history in a different way Tuesday night. As Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch said, the recall election will go down in the record books as the night "the campaign to save America" began.


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Great column, Ann, and a great hurrah for Scott Walker and the many heroes in Wisconsin who helped him keep his job.

We can only hope this is the beginning of the end for public sector unions and the outsized political clout they have wielded almost exclusively on behalf of the most liberal Democrats.

Scott Walker should campaign for reelection on the decertification of Wisconsin's public sector unions. So should every other conservative governor. And Romney should consider campaigning on a promise to begin rooting out the public sector unions in the Federal government. Though far more restricted by law than those in state and local governments, the Federal unions, too, are an insult to the hard-working taxpayers saddled with the heavy costs of union influence. In addition, Federal laws which promote and support unions, requiring even non-union private businesses who do work for the government to pay union wages, should be repealed in favor of a strict policy of "separation of union and state."


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Great column, Ann, and a great hurrah for Scott Walker and the many heroes in Wisconsin who helped him keep his job.

We can only hope this is the beginning of the end for public sector unions and the outsized political clout they have wielded almost exclusively on behalf of the most liberal Democrats.

Scott Walker should campaign for reelection on the decertification of Wisconsin's public sector unions. So should every other conservative governor. And Romney should consider campaigning on a promise to begin rooting out the public sector unions in the Federal government. Though far more restricted by law than those in state and local governments, the Federal unions, too, are an insult to the hard-working taxpayers saddled with the heavy costs of union influence. In addition, Federal laws which promote and support unions, requiring even non-union private businesses who do work for the government to pay union wages, should be repealed in favor of a strict policy of "separation of union and state."


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Yes the heck he should.

I don't even know how these public sector union jack a$$es can even say 'management' IT AIN'T THEIR MONEY TO MANAGE.IT'S OURS!!!DAMNIT.

Will he even come close to talking about the democrat-union vote dems in corruption.....WILL HE?

He'd freakin better.


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THE RECALL HEARD AROUND THE WORLD

June 6, 2012

I watched the Wisconsin returns on MSNBC Tuesday night, and it came right down to the wire between "the Democrats were outspent 7-to-1" and "Republicans are stripping union rights!" As we go to press it's still too close to call.

President Obama wanted to go to Wisconsin, but he just didn't have time. He's been doing so many campaign fundraisers lately he barely has time to play golf.

The left's "outspent" argument is ridiculous. Unions take money by force from members, hire hundreds of political operatives and give them salaries to work on campaigns, then call them "volunteers" so their work isn't reported as a campaign contribution.

Luckily for them, government employees' non-punishing work schedules leave them plenty of time to be in a constant state of grievance, demanding recalls after any election they lose, and mobilizing voters.

This election had nothing to do with people being paid a fair wage for the work they do. The question is: Do you want a society where the people whose salaries you pay make more than those who pay them?

The Democrats will do anything the government unions ask, because (1) It's not their money they're spending, it's the taxpayers'; and (2) Government unions reciprocate by making sure the Democrats keep getting re-elected.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is about to turn New York into Pottersville from "It's a Wonderful Life" by legalizing gambling so he can keep paying the unions.

All manufacturing has been driven out of the state by high taxes -- and by well-compensated government employees who make it impossible to do business in New York. The state's principal cash cow, New York City, is now entirely composed of a tiny slice of Wall Streeters and the people who serve them –- personal trainers, doormen, maids, doctors, lawyers, restaurateurs and Keith Olbermann's cat groomer.


Outside of New York City, everyone works for the government. But there's no actual industry in the state. People are fleeing New York faster than Democrat legislators fled Wisconsin before a vote they were going to lose.

Soon it will be just another mid-range, dying state. If the financial sector ever leaves, New York City will be Detroit, which itself was once the nation's crown jewel metropolis.

So Cuomo's going to bring in casinos to save public sector salaries, perks and pensions. Democrats don't care that gambling destroys neighborhoods and ruins lives. They will do anything to keep government employees happy. They'll legalize drugs or sell body parts to keep paying off public sector workers.

There's a reason both FDR and labor leader George Meany said it would be insane to ever allow government employees to unionize. People who work for the government don't have a hard-driving capitalist boss on the other side of the bargaining table demanding more work for less pay.

No one is worried about the profit margin because there is no profit -- it's government! Rather, the only people on the other side of the table are the unions' co-conspirators: Democratic politicians willing to spend the public treasury on union members, who will repay the politicians by mobilizing voters.

This is why Walker's victory Tuesday night was an amazing, miraculous, transformative event in the history of the nation.

Even the Terminator couldn't beat the government unions. In the dumbest move ever made by a politician, in 2005, two years into Arnold Schwarzenegger's first term, he called an off-year special election to enact a few minuscule reductions in public-sector union perks, such as making it humanly possible to fire bad teachers.

Even in a normal election year, initiatives curbing government employees' boondoggles are nearly impossible to get past the powerful unions.

But worse -- as in Wisconsin -- this was an off-year election. Unlike Wisconsin, however, it was Schwarzenegger's idea to hold a special election on the advice of his political consultant, Mike Murphy, the Bob Shrum of the Republicans.

Let's see, who would be likely to vote in an off-year election? We're going to cut your exorbitant benefits, require you to work, and make it easier to fire you, public employees. Do you have any interest in voting on that?

Anyone with half a brain could see disaster coming from a mile away. Even with the language barrier, Arnold should have seen it coming.

Within weeks, Tony Quinn, a California Republican consultant, stated categorically: "The governor needs to cancel this special election, regardless of the political cost, because he's headed for a huge political defeat."

But Schwarzenegger's adviser, Murphy, was brimming with confidence, dazzled by the governor's celebrity status. He gloated, "He's still Arnold Schwarzenegger." (Murphy never saw "Twins.")

Public sector unions spent a jaw-dropping $80 million to defeat Schwarzenegger's initiatives, portraying the governor as the enemy of cops, teachers, firefighters and "people like us."

Mike Murphy: "I am confident we will win."

In the end, union members turned out in droves on Election Day, defeating every single initiative. Everyone else in California woke up the next day and said, "Hey, did you know there was an election yesterday?"

The failure of Schwarzenegger's propositions ended his governorship. From that day on, he became the Democrats' plaything.

The 2010 census marks the first time California has lost population since it became a state.

The decision to call an off-year special election to roll back public employees' perks will long be remembered as the all-time stupidest idea in political history. One hundred years from now it will still be studied at the Kennedy School of Government.

Wisconsin made history in a different way Tuesday night. As Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch said, the recall election will go down in the record books as the night "the campaign to save America" began.


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Awesome.....Looks like Ann is coming way back from the Dark Side of Moderates/Elites/Crony Capitalists and general liberal Skanks.....this IS THE ANN I HAVE ALWAYS ADMIRED!!!!

Now Ann......you staked your Flag on this weak barely GOP and certainly NOT Conservative we have as the Candidate....You promised he would be trained, shaped, and Forced into doing the job the way Fiscal Conservative's demand....

I suggest R get the word....that WE are wide awake....He has lots to prove about his will to do the deep cuts in Federal Government that we demand....(not put the crap on the States)....Eliminate the BS.....

Please show where R is GETTING THE MESSAGE...cause if he does not...he will STILL LOSE.....Earn our Damn Vote R...


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Ann wrote:
Even the Terminator couldn't beat the government unions. In the dumbest move ever made by a politician, in 2005, two years into Arnold Schwarzenegger's first term, he called an off-year special election to enact a few minuscule reductions in public-sector union perks, such as making it humanly possible to fire bad teachers.

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BrrrrrRAVO!

For the record, Jerry Brown brought California to its financial knees almost single-handedly.


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Brilliant.

This past Sunday I watched another Tiger sink a comeback shot from atop the edge.

My gut reaction to Tiger's shot was an out loud mouth "He's Back."

Jack Nicklaus’ appraisal was worshipful.

Our own familial Tigress is back.

I’ll be damned if Ann does not do the Lord’s work.

Today's slam dunk article polishes the pedestal we have so rightly, fairly, and justly placed her upon.

I say we all chip in to the Clone Ann Coulter Super Pac. For my part, I will volunteer to count the cash.


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Thank you, Ann!

I got up early Wednesday just to see the results. I don't watch tv, I knew the coverage would be sickening. But yes, I did a happy dance! Hopefully, other union ruled states will jump on the band wagon.
Caution! The Unions aren't going to take this lying down. I'm sure right now they are in Hell, regrouping.

Congratulations to Wisconsin and Gov. Walker. :clap:


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Great column Ann....Congrats to Walker/Kleefisch....perhaps the beginning of something great.

It has taken us 50 years to wake up...I think we are finally there. NOW...let's get moving and get this machine back on track...This was the first step.


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MSNBC talking heads were saying Barrett was outspent 7 -1 (not mentioning that was "final flurry" when most had already decided), while their own displayed numbers showed a 5 -1 ratio ($45M to $9M).

NYT numbers were $45.6M to $17.9M, which is about 2.5 - 1 for the whole campaign.

NPR reported 7 - 1 but gave no numbers.

The Obama admin said $31M to $4M, or 7.75 - 1. (The $4M number for Barrett is laughably unbelievable.)

So the Obama admin and the leftist media can't even get the amount the DEMOCRATS spent correct.

No wonder they are bad at economics. They can't handle simple math.


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This column and others like it in the past is the reason I joined this site.

It's nice to see Ann take a well-deserved break from defecating on Newt Gingrich and continue to write columns like this one that are devoid of Newt-bashing(something we once only expected out of liberals).


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TomLama wrote:
Brilliant.

This past Sunday I watched another Tiger sink a comeback shot from atop the edge.

My gut reaction to Tiger's shot was an out loud mouth "He's Back."

Jack Nicklaus’ appraisal was worshipful.

Our own familial Tigress is back.

I’ll be damned if Ann does not do the Lord’s work.

Today's slam dunk article polishes the pedestal we have so rightly, fairly, and justly placed her upon.

I say we all chip in to the Clone Ann Coulter Super Pac. For my part, I will volunteer to count the cash.


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On Tiger.....

Good for Golf......First time in my life we do not have a friggin Dominant Player....lol.....need one...
BTW...am 4 HC.

OK...Here is the deal. Sam Snead, Jack, Player, all except the merry mex were indeed Assholes...it goes with the damn territory...lol

The secret to Tigers success was his DOMINANT mind. IMO it was developed with the use of "Chemical Enhancements"...yes Steroids work VERY WELL FOR GOLF........

You could actually see the difference in Tiger...so damn obvious...the old dominant asshole winner returned...loved every minute of it....

Keep in mind that Tigers "Secret Ingredient" is not a secret anymore...Watch for some other upstarts to get it and use it.....

Now of course their will be some "Off course" issues as well......Gotta love it!!!

Dominant Golf returns....Awesome!!!!


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What can I say? As usual the lady is brilliant.

I think I heard a Democrap say, "We think it was the curvature of the Earth on the 6th. There is no other possible reason."


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Machiavelli wrote:
TomLama wrote:
Brilliant.

This past Sunday I watched another Tiger sink a comeback shot from atop the edge.

My gut reaction to Tiger's shot was an out loud mouth "He's Back."

Jack Nicklaus’ appraisal was worshipful.

Our own familial Tigress is back.

I’ll be damned if Ann does not do the Lord’s work.

Today's slam dunk article polishes the pedestal we have so rightly, fairly, and justly placed her upon.

I say we all chip in to the Clone Ann Coulter Super Pac. For my part, I will volunteer to count the cash.


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On Tiger.....

Good for Golf......First time in my life we do not have a friggin Dominant Player....lol.....need one...
BTW...am 4 HC.

OK...Here is the deal. Sam Snead, Jack, Player, all except the merry mex were indeed Assholes...it goes with the damn territory...lol

The secret to Tigers success was his DOMINANT mind. IMO it was developed with the use of "Chemical Enhancements"...yes Steroids work VERY WELL FOR GOLF........

You could actually see the difference in Tiger...so damn obvious...the old dominant asshole winner returned...loved every minute of it....

Keep in mind that Tigers "Secret Ingredient" is not a secret anymore...Watch for some other upstarts to get it and use it.....

Now of course their will be some "Off course" issues as well......Gotta love it!!!

Dominant Golf returns....Awesome!!!!



Forgive me for a moment. I do not care if Ann Coulter and Tiger Woods breath hot & heavy in the back seat of a 1960's Chevy.

Both are great and both appear to be back on their game in spades.

I love winners. No other explaination is needed. We all write a bad day from time to time.

Winners write the best comeback lines.

(And I am Just Saying This Because I am Smarter Than You and Want to Rub it In your Face with many Witnesses.)

Other than the competitivie love....love ya, love ya, love ya long time lownd eyes!

Ann's writing and Tiger Wood's golfing turns me on.

And while I chomp on my cigar I could care less what you think.

(As Glenn Beck finds irratible.....jus sayin!)

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:


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I did NOT caste a vote for Scott Walker. HELL NO!


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It's true about Ahnold. He turned into the Democrats' bitch after that election. He just gave up. To call that election was as dumb as when Ferdinand Marcos said live on the Brinkley show, "I will call a snap election."


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Machiavelli wrote:
TomLama wrote:
Brilliant.

This past Sunday I watched another Tiger sink a comeback shot from atop the edge.

My gut reaction to Tiger's shot was an out loud mouth "He's Back."

Jack Nicklaus’ appraisal was worshipful.

Our own familial Tigress is back.

I’ll be damned if Ann does not do the Lord’s work.

Today's slam dunk article polishes the pedestal we have so rightly, fairly, and justly placed her upon.

I say we all chip in to the Clone Ann Coulter Super Pac. For my part, I will volunteer to count the cash.


____________________________________________________

On Tiger.....

Good for Golf......First time in my life we do not have a friggin Dominant Player....lol.....need one...
BTW...am 4 HC.

OK...Here is the deal. Sam Snead, Jack, Player, all except the merry mex were indeed Assholes...it goes with the damn territory...lol

The secret to Tigers success was his DOMINANT mind. IMO it was developed with the use of "Chemical Enhancements"...yes Steroids work VERY WELL FOR GOLF........

You could actually see the difference in Tiger...so damn obvious...the old dominant asshole winner returned...loved every minute of it....

Keep in mind that Tigers "Secret Ingredient" is not a secret anymore...Watch for some other upstarts to get it and use it.....

Now of course their will be some "Off course" issues as well......Gotta love it!!!

Dominant Golf returns....Awesome!!!!

Aww Tiger Woods takes his pants off one leg at a time like anyone else.


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Airwarrior wrote:
Ann wrote:
Even the Terminator couldn't beat the government unions. In the dumbest move ever made by a politician, in 2005, two years into Arnold Schwarzenegger's first term, he called an off-year special election to enact a few minuscule reductions in public-sector union perks, such as making it humanly possible to fire bad teachers.

:clap:
BrrrrrRAVO!

For the record, Jerry Brown brought California to its financial knees almost single-handedly.

He did it the first time around and he's doing it again.


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Thank you, Ann!

I got up early Wednesday just to see the results. I don't watch tv, I knew the coverage would be sickening. But yes, I did a happy dance! Hopefully, other union ruled states will jump on the band wagon.
Caution! The Unions aren't going to take this lying down. I'm sure right now they are in Hell, regrouping.

Congratulations to Wisconsin and Gov. Walker. :clap:

Justice has been done. As was said elsewhere, "So Wisconsin is out of debt for the first time in 30 years? Please tell me why it needs a new governor."


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I just heard the other day that Scott Walker was tightening his grip on power. Why just the other day He fired the State Legislature and State Attorney General, and said he was going to rule by Executive Decree. I also heard that he ordered the National Guard into the cities of Madison and Milwaukee to crush dissent. He also ordered the Highway Patrol to round up dissidents in the middle of the night. Democracy is dead, man. No wait, that's NOT true. WTF was that man talking about? Walker winning the recall election is EXACTLY what democracy looks like.

I wish Jon Stewart would have made fun of the "Democracy is dead" Guy.

Dave


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Please tell me why NO national Republican can get this simple message out to the media...

It is NOT the responsibility of U.S. Taxpayers to BAIL OUT states, counties and municipalities that have managed their finances irresponsibly!

Police, Fireman, and Teachers are employees of LOCAL governments!


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Please tell me why NO national Republican can get this simple message out to the media...

It is NOT the responsibility of U.S. Taxpayers to BAIL OUT states, counties and municipalities that have managed their finances irresponsibly!

Police, Fireman, and Teachers are employees of LOCAL governments!


YUP, that's right.


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