PETITIONS FILED Against Three Fleebagger Democrats in Wisconsin

Nobody likes a fleebagger.

Illinois Tea Party Patriots confronted the Wisconsin Fleebaggers at their Illinois hideout last month.

Wisconsin Republicans filed signatures needed to recall three fleebagger democrats today.
The Chicago Tribune reported:

A conservative group has filed the signatures needed to force a recall election for a third Democratic Wisconsin senator over his stance on Gov. Scott Walker’s collective bargaining law.

The committee to recall Robert Wirch of Pleasant Prairie has more than the 13,500 signatures needed. Election officials will have 31 days to review the signatures, unless a court grants an extension.

Organizers also filed recall petitions on Thursday against Sens. Robert Hansen of Green Bay and Jim Holperin of Conover. Democrats previously filed petitions to recall four Republican senators. They are being targeted for their support or opposition to a bill that would strip most public employees of collective bargaining rights.

In response, Democrats released a statement mocking the Republican efforts.
Slate reported:

Let’s call it what it is: The Republican effort to recall Democratic senators who stood up to Scott Walker is RACKET, run from afar, fraudulently pursued, deliberately hidden and dangerously unethical. We therefore doubt the integrity of the signatures filed and the methods used to collect the signatures. The practices underlying the Republican recall racket are rotten at their core and taint the entire process. We have been collecting actionable evidence to support our claims, some of which we will release, and which all will be released by our legal team to the Government Accountability Board.

At the end of the day, the sloppy, disorganized, dispirited and fraudulent efforts of the Republican recall racket and its corporate sponsors means a very high likelihood that the challenges will fail. Ultimately, however, the senators they seek to challenge stood up to Scott Walker instead of endorsing his anti-Wisconsin agenda and will prevail in any recall election.

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