June 5, 2012

It's Recall Day, come 'round at last.

As the Solidarity Singers sang at the Capitol last evening, "Walker won't be Governor/Walker won't be Governor/Walker won't be Governor, some day-ay-ay-ay." I'm guessing that day is years in the future, but who knows? Get out and vote!

22 comments:

Moose said...

What? were you up late doing shots with him or something?

CWJ said...

Vote Badgers Vote (but only once please and as yourself rather than your neighbor or his dead uncle) Oh and beware of Fibs bearing ballots.

Darrell said...

Did you vote?

It would be nice to see how freely they are handing ballots out on college campuses. Students going round and round is a tried-and-true method of voter fraud in Wisconsin. The only thing that keeps it down is that students get bored after the fifth or sixth time if it's a big ballot with lots of selections.

MadisonMan said...

Finally.

Original Mike said...

Anybody see Bret Baier's program (Fox News, 5pm) last night? They did their panel portion from Mickey's.

Matthew Sablan said...

Recall day, transit of Venus day -- busy day for folks in Wisconsin.

Original Mike said...

"Recall day, transit of Venus day -- busy day for folks in Wisconsin."

I've got the truck packed up with the telescope.

Rusty said...

I've got my welding helmet with a 13 lens and some binoculars.

AllenS said...

Just returned from voting at Alden township, Polk county. Huge turnout.

Matthew Sablan said...

If I'm lucky, I'll get to use the Air and Space's telescope. Living near D.C. has some very rare perks. Though, since about Jan. 2009, we haven't had too many protests

James said...

I got to my polling place in Racine around 6:55 a.m. and there were at least 200 people already in line. Several wards vote at the same place but it looks like turn out in Racine County will be very heavy.

Scott M said...

And....WE'RE OFF!

Please, please, please let the margin be more than 10%, regardless of the outcome.

Patrick said...

The singing was very dirge-like.

Michael Haz said...

The day Walker is no longer governor will be the day Rebecca Kleefisch is sworn in.

EDH said...

Jeez. I remember watching Neil Cavuto in the 1980s as the cub anchor on PBS's "Nightly Business Report" with Paul Kangas.

"Wishing all of you the best of good byes."

MadisonMan said...

Please, please, please let the margin be more than 10%, regardless of the outcome.

Imagine if the winning margin was 10 votes.

Scott M said...

Imagine if the winning margin was 10 votes.

Perish the thought. If that were the case, I'm sure Barrett's people would find some more votes in a conveniently-located trunk.

Imagine if the Democratic National Convention lets people in without a photo ID.

cubanbob said...

Darrell said...
Did you vote?

It would be nice to see how freely they are handing ballots out on college campuses. Students going round and round is a tried-and-true method of voter fraud in Wisconsin. The only thing that keeps it down is that students get bored after the fifth or sixth time if it's a big ballot with lots of selections.

6/5/12 7:23 AM

Too bad those young skulls filled with indoctrinated mush don't realize that a got for Barrett/Public Employee Unions means an automatic tuition hike and a higher than otherwise student debt load.

As for the Solidarity singers, the better and more probable lyric would be too change them from Walker to Obama.

Patrick said...

At about 31 seconds, the Professor:
OH, SHUT UP

About as derisive as you can get. Cool.

edutcher said...

Reminiscent of the swabs singing, "The Monkeys Have No Tails", in "They Were Expendable".

edutcher said...
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edutcher said...

PS Love the, "Oh, shut up".

Just like a girl raised in Megalopolis should say it.