FIRST POST WALKER VICTORY IMPRESSIONS

On President Obama’s No Show

RNC  Chairman Reince Priebus: “The best way to describe the reaction of the people of Wisconsin to President Obama—disappointment.”

Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren: “When President comes and asks Wisconsin Democrats to help him out, what are they going to do?”

A Pivotal Event in History

Me:

The Tea Party is operating at a new and very effective level.

Breitbart’s Dana Loesch: “I was up there just this past Saturday when 4,000 patriots filled a field in the middle of nowhere, Wisconsin, on the outskirts of Milwaukee. They were energized, engaged, and ready to make their voices heard at the polls.”

Unions delivered Walker voters—Democrats quietly crossed over. (They may get to liking it.)

These maps tell a frightening story for OWS left Wing radical Democrats and a story of real hope for America.

Wisconsin Supreme Court (conservative) Justice David Prosser barely won his recall election against Liberal JoAnne Kloppenburg April 6, 2011.

14 months later, Governor Walker, along with Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, won a massive victory last night. (Three of four recalled Republican Senators also defended their seats. Results are not yet in for the fourth.)

Governor Walker:

“I want to thank God for His abundant grace. I want to thank all of you here and our friends across Wisconsin for your Prayers.”

On now to the next chapter in restoring our country: Holding the House of Representatives; winning the United States Senate; winning the Presidency.

About Richard Johnson

Richard Johnson: a mature Christian who understands the sweep of history, the unique role of America and these times clearly and precisely.
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