April 7, 2011
Long way to go
Last night we warned that the Prosser/Walker/Fitzgerald group will try to win the recount. Before the horse even got out of the barn, a strong GOP area, Winnebago County, announced a "mistake" of a few hundred votes that were counted for Kloppenburg but should have gone for Prosser.
Hmmm! Lesson: This will be a roller-coaster in all likelihood so remain calm but get ready for a battle that might well go until June. One cynic from Illinois reminded us that in Chicago the machine kept enough votes in reserve in case they were needed to win. They wouldn't do that in Wisconsin would they? Remember the Al Franken race? Well, the stakes are high, so stay awake, volunteer, and be calm.
post a letter about this blog »
Gee, Ed I'm guessing this was written before the County Clerk of Waukesha delivered her bombshell. Ironic that Proesser's home county and the most conservative county in Wisconsin (if not the nation)found the votes for justice Prosser. I figured the fix was going in after Kloppenburg won. They've done it before, Franz is right, marching does nothing if they won't give us back our country we must take it back!
As a side note as a homeowner who lived in the town of Summit, when I was annexed to the city of Oconomowoc the inept Waukesha County clerk forgot to include our lottery tax credit on our property tax bill.
-Dole O'Mite | Oconomowoc, WI | April 7, 2011
Worse than just a handful of Winnebago votes, now Waukesha has found 7500 for Prosser...
How do counties all of a sudden find extra votes?
-Pietr Haikuu | Hurley | April 7, 2011
"True believers" will do "whatever it takes". The ends justify the means. If these mistakes are represented by a short list of partisans ...a cabal of custody, vs a chain of custody...I see the seeds of a massive REVOTE Rebellion!
-Tom Larsen | Ojiwa, wi | April 7, 2011