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    Today Kloppenburg Turns Back Into A Pumpkin

    Today Kloppenburg Turns Back Into A Pumpkin

    JoAnne Kloppenburg’s recount quest has been the glittery coach to which Wisconsin Democrats have hitched their hopes and dreams, after the devastating loss to David Prosser.

    As we have documented here over the past several weeks, the recount has shown little change from the election night and canvass vote counts.  Despite all the talk from Team Kloppenburg and its supporters, there is no evidence that “ballot bag security” issues affected the vote count in any material way.

    The claims of election fraud being raised by Team Kloppenburg are so irrational that even the editorial board of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the Government Accountability Board have said enough already.

    The last county to complete its recount is Waukesha, which is expected to finish today, and soon thereafter the GAB will certify the recount.

    Once the GAB certifies that the recount shows that David Prosser won, the dream of Wisconsin Democrats that Kloppenburg will carry them off into a life happily ever after will end, except for those who truly do believe that fairy tales can come true.

    Update:  As of yesterday, with the recount done in all but one city in Waukesha, Prosser unofficially led by 7,006 votes.

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    And yet the public seems to have sided with the dems far more than the GOP on this one. So your interpretation seems to be in the minority. The majority looks at a bill that Walker claimed up down and sideways was necessary to restore fiscal sanity and then as soon as he couldn't get it passed turned right around and swore it had nothing to do with fiscal matters (so it could be passed without a quorum. One time or another he blatantly lied to voters. They seem to have noticed.

    As far as the dems leaving, that's more laborious but philosophically identical to a filibuster (preventing the majority from voting on a matter). Since you have no problem with your side filibustering I'm going to go ahead and ignore your complaints about the other side doing it.

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