A new poll from Public Policy Polling ( a Dem outfit) suggests that (a) voters are losing their taste for recalling Scott walker, (b) independents are moving toward Walker; (c) Walker leads any potential Dem candidate except Feingold, who isn't running.
According to aides familiar with his planned remarks to the Heritage Foundation Wednesday, Paul Ryan will challenge President Obama to step away from the "politics of division, pitting Americans against each other, preying on the emotions of fear and envy".
A new reports says that state have a combined debt of $4 trillion (in addition to the federal debt), largely made up of unfunded pension and benefit liabilities. Obviously a reason to recall Governor walker, before other politicians actually try to fix the problem.
Not middle America. Not even Democrats. Pollster Doug Shoen says that White House is making a big mistake embracing a movement dominated by left wing ideologues. "What binds a large majority of the protesters together—regardless of age, socioeconomic status or education—is a deep commitment to left-wing policies: opposition to free-market capitalism and support for radical redistribution of wealth, intense regulation of the private sector, and protectionist policies to keep American jobs from going overseas. "