Monday, May 21, 2012

Reactionary Milwaukee paper says it wants to keep Scott Walker :)

Progressive Change Campaign Committee

Wisconsin Solidarity
BIG NEWS: The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel just endorsed Scott Walker for governor, belittling the recall as a "yearlong tantrum." 
The Wisconsin Democratic Party reacted strongly:
"One need only read the Milwaukee Sentinel editorials AGAINST the Civil Rights Movement and FOR Joe McCarthy to remember how silly and reactionary a news organization can look...And so it will be with Scott Walker."
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Meanwhile, the billionaire Koch Brothers are funding a campaign to "educate" voters about Walker's record of ending collective bargaining, repealing equal pay for women, disenfranchising young people, and other crazy right-wing initiatives.
And the Washington Post reports "the national Republican Party is sinking big money into defending Walker" while "Top Wisconsin Democrats are furious with the national party — and the Democratic National Committee in particular — for refusing their request for a major investment in the battle to recall Scott Walker."
Between the Koch brothers, the RNC, and the Journal Sentinel, there is a disinformation campaign happening in Wisconsin. 
Please chip in $4 to help Wisconsin Democrats correct the record and get out the vote on June 5. Click here.
Thanks for being a bold progressive.
-- Stephanie Taylor and Adam Green, PCCC co-founders

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