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3/10/11

Associated Press Promises "Counterattack Against Republicans"... blames Republicans for death threats

The liberal media licks its wounds:

AP- "With the labor movement suffering an epic defeat in Wisconsin, union leaders plan to use the setback to fire up their members nationwide and mount a major counterattack against Republicans at the ballot box in 2012... labor leaders say the events in Wisconsin have helped galvanize support for unions across the country. They hope to use the momentum to help fight off other attacks and grow their membership...

Democrats said their counterattack efforts were already beginning to bear fruit in the form of donations: The party's Wisconsin chapter said it raised $300,000 overnight and has collected $800,000 from 32,000 donors in just five days.

Party chairman Mike Tate said Senate Democrats have raised $750,000 over the past month alone."

Would it be too much to ask where that money came from? The tax payer perhaps? Nahh...

"Walker and Republicans argued from the outset that the collective bargaining measures were directly related to balancing the budget. For weeks, they refused to separate the two ideas.

The fact that they did so in the end to pass the legislation shows that their true intent was to abolish unions, said Democratic Assembly Minority Leader Peter Barca...

Walker and Republicans argued from the outset that the collective bargaining measures were directly related to balancing the budget. For weeks, they refused to separate the two ideas.

The fact that they did so in the end to pass the legislation shows that their true intent was to abolish unions, said Democratic Assembly Minority Leader Peter Barca.

"To me the charade is over," Barca said.

In the aftermath of the debate, eight Republican senators and six Democrats are being targeted for recalls. Recall efforts against Walker cannot start until Nov. 3."

AP illogical assumes that limiting unions doesn't balance the budget. Logical fallacy, and a complete lie. Limiting the unions will help balance the budget.

AP also neglects to report the recall efforts against Democrats. They falsely make it sound like only Republicans are targetted for recall. AP also neglects to report where the $3,000 in donations to recall Republicans came from. Obama perhaps?

"Also Thursday, the Justice Department said it was investigating several death threats against Republican senators.

Marty Beil, director of the state's largest public employees union, which represents 20,000 workers, said Walker had taken the state "far away from its core values."

It's Republicans' fault that liberals threaten Republicans with murder?? Classic Associated Press spin!

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