What I saw today coming out of the Public Policy Polling website, found here, is that
’s governor Scott Walker is standing at the edge of a cliff with Democrats poised to toss him over it. Wisconsin
Not only have Democrats been wildly successful in getting a gubernatorial recall petition qualified for a recall election, it now seems likely that he would go down to defeat if a vote were held today.
Yep, the darling of the Tea Party and the Koch brothers, Scott Walker is about to be skewered and turned on a spit over hot coals.
Scott Walker’s overreach has come home to roost, it seems. His anti-union, pro-fat cat tax cuts for the rich political stance has uncovered him as anti middle class, and a supporter of the 1%. A 1% that he perhaps would like to join someday.
But the numbers don’t lie. The state seems evenly split on dethroning
49% to 49%. It could go either way. But given the fact that he gets the axe, the numbers are even more telling. In a race against his 2010 opponent, Walker mayor Tom Barrett, Milwaukee will lose by 49% to 46%. Former Senator Russ Feingold, if he should decide to enter the race, would beat down Walker by 52% to 45%. Walker
In short, this is an election for Democrats to lose.
And given the primary results in
and Michigan yesterday, it should be painfully clear to anyone that the Tea Party is in full retreat. Run and hide, Tea Party, run and hide, Scott Walker. Arizona
Run like a rabbit.