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A Call to all Real Americans to Invest in Scott Walker
Fans of Scott Walker have nothing to fear and should continue to invest in him. The June 5th recall election is in the carpet bag, and there’s no reason to go all Oklahoma City on Democrats like patriot William Diedrich planned. He made over 100 threatening calls to the Madison Democratic headquarters, some being bomb threats. We appreciate his willingness to defend democracy by killing those he disagrees with, but there’s no need. Governor Walker has millions in campaign donations and we need to let his money do the talking. There will be time later for bombing if Walker looses.
Walker’s stock rises like liberals at the announcement of a new Michael Moore movie, and investors from all over America are bullish on him. Wall Street and the Koch Brothers, among others, have shown their confidence in the stock and purchased $25 million in Walker. He has drawn heavily from prominent GOP players outside the state...dwarfing the amounts raised by his Democratic challengers. The return on investment could be in the millions.
By investing millions in Walker, corporations and billionaires will be able to fight against the million plus people who signed petitions to recall Walker. A few billionaires overthrowing the will of millions in Wisconsin is what makes our democracy the best in the world. As long as money decides elections in America, our democracy will remain strong.
So far, the one term governor has paid huge dividends to his corporate backers. Immediately after being sworn in, Walker went after public sector workers and their right to collective bargaining. Its elimination allows Walker and the Republican dominated legislature to unilaterally cut wages, benefits, and the jobs of workers who live off off the hard work of billionaires. These cuts have have two goals: the death of unions in America and the privatization of public services in Wisconsin. We salute Walker for his courage to fight for billionaires.
The best thing Walker did was to go after the jobs and the pay of government workers while granting $2.3 billion in tax cuts to corporations in Wisconsin. Walker knows how to use the lie that says tax cuts create jobs. Therefore, Walker gets votes from those who are unable to see through the lie, the Tea Party and other less educated conservatives in Wisconsin, and he gets millions for his campaign from corporations that appreciate the tax cuts. Walker particularly hates teachers because they refuse to vote for him. He went after them the hardest with cuts to jobs, pensions and wages.
Teachers, lazy student’s who refused to leave the classroom and get a real job, are ruining the nation and Wisconsin by demanding a living wage and benefits. That pisses off all the Wal-Mart and dollar store workers who don’t have the requisite years of education and experience to become teachers. It makes perfect sense that these poor workers would support an attack on teachers who make them look bad. Really, only communists, unions and teachers would join in solidarity with other workers.
To support the working class conservatives in Wisconsin, I have allied with the Tea Party to launch a new organization called Dutifully Underpaid Poor Employees for Subsistence or D.U.P.E.S. With the help of D.U.P.E.S. and billionaires, we know Wisconsin will reelect the leader of the revolution to once and for all end the class war in favor of the job creators and the 1% in America.