Obama and Romney are next
By DiMarkco Chandler
It’s over, and yes, the sky has fallen; Wisconsin Governor has survived the recall election, therefore republicans will arguably have the fundraising advantage going into the fall general election.
Let’s be honest, it appears that the labor unions waged a war that they couldn’t possibly pull off without the ability to match the republicans dollar for dollar.
In the after math we now know that Walker and his republican allies spent close to $46 million while the allies of Barrett spent less than $18 million. These numbers speak for themselves.
So what will the democrats do now? Money speaks loud in today’s political milieu. Walker’s victory will have an enormous impact on the political landscape in almost all 50 states. Reform-minded conservatives have rallied in the ninth inning and have pulled off an I told you so victory that will linger on through the summer months and perhaps all the way to the general election, where Obama faces stiff competition from Mitt Romney. In some ways, Wisconsin has put the Republicans in the lead for the championship series and the Democrats have been put on their heels.
The Wisconsin recall may signal the final straw where everything come tumbling down. Sort of like Humpty dumpty that sat on the wall; Humpty Dumpty had a great fall; all the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put Humpty together again.
Yes, I know, it’s just a nursery rhyme, but if the Democratic Party doesn’t pull off their soiled and stained diapers, this nursery rhyme will be upgraded to a full scale nightmare.