Friday, October 24, 2014

All in: Democrats plan full-court press to defeat Walker « Hot Air

All in: Democrats plan full-court press to defeat Walker « Hot Air: "Part of the reason behind this disparity is that many of Walker’s ideological kin have been completely sidelined under penalty of law throughout this entire election cycle, thanks to the partisan ‘John Doe’ witch hunt, which has been thrown out of court by both a state and federal judge.  The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that it’s not the role of federal courts to interfere with a state investigation, however, dealing a blow to muzzled conservative organizations in Wisconsin, and to free speech itself.  The decision is being appealed to the Supreme Court.  In mid-October, one of the same lower court judges finally lifted the indefinite, Democratic prosecutor-imposed ban on issue-based ‘coordination’ between Walker’s campaign and right-leaning groups.  The Left has been happily coordinating away throughout 2014, of course, with labor unions spending big against Walker.  (Reminder: Liberals don’t oppose money in politics.  They oppose conservative money in politics).  And while we’re on the topic of insidious political collusion, read this.  Quite a coincidence, no?  On the Republican side of the ledger, Weekly Standard writers Stephen Hayes and John McCormack — both native Wisconsinites with deep ties to the Walker team — report anxiety in the ranks.  Some Republicans in the state are whispering about whether the Republican Governors Association has neglected Walker’s race, with some even suggesting that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has deliberately moved to tank a potential 2016 rival."

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