Hey, didja notice how the Wisconsin Recall Elections disappeared from even the regional media last Wednesday?
While the leftymedia spent about a day trying to polish the turd – “We got two of them!” – it was pointless; coming up one short was no better than losing all six recalls, especially after spending the kind of money the “progressives” spent. You can bet that if the Dems had won three, we’d be hearing about how the Tea Party was dead, at top volume.
The final round is scheduled for today, and since we’re not hearing a lot about it, that most likely means…
…well, we’ll come back to that:
On the ballot were Sens. Bob Wirch of Pleasant Prairie and Jim Holperin of Conover. Holperin is the first state-level elected official in U.S. history to have faced two recall attempts. He survived one in 1990 as a member of the state Assembly after he was targeted for supporting tribal spearfishing rights.
There’s a decent chance that Holperin can be tossed.
Which is, I suspect, why we’re not hearing a whole lot about today’s elections.