by Duluth News Tribune
April 25, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Although she won’t give out specific numbers, the organizer of the Recall Bob Jauch Committee says “we’re on task” with getting enough signatures to hold an election.
Tags: Business, elections, Legislature, Politics, Wisconsin, Wisconsin Legislature 11 Comments »
He has outlived his usefulness. Senility appears to be setting in big-time. It is long past time to junk joke Jauch.
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Why aren’t the recall petitioners pointing out Jauch’s abandonment of his senate duties when he fled the state to avoid forming a quorum, thus stopping all senate business? This is of greater malfeasance than failing to support jobs. Many folks won’t sign the recall because of a vote, but will if they recallers point out his abdication of his senate duties for political reasons.
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Time for Bob to head off into the sunset.
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rather than giving a thumbs down, how about providing a single reason to retain Boob Joke’s services?
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I don’t have cable any more…..Bob is a good substitute for watching Barney Fife on the old Andy Griffith reruns.
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Scott Walker promised in 2010, that he would create 250,000 private-sector jobs in Wisconsin over four years. Fifteen months in, there are only 5,900 new private-sector jobs and the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported this week that Wisconsin lost more jobs than any other state during the past 12 months. Bob Jauch has consistently been an Anti-Scott Walker candidate….this is enough reason to support the good man: Bob Jauch.
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Well that’s all fine, I’m sure with the GAB allowing Mickey Mouse and Mike Hunt there will be no problem getting Jauch to a recall election.
I would love to see this get some national press because what we essentially have here is a huge conflict in the Democrat party or what I like to call “the great divide”. Environmentalist and Labor play for the same national Democrat team, but they don’t play together very well at the state level. As in the case with mining, Enviromentalists pretty much gave the middle hand digit to labor and told Bob Jauch “don’t be backing this mine without our support”.
Only one union speaking out (maybe)? How hypocritical is that? I’m guessing the slogan “An injury to one is and injury to all!” only plays when another union is in earshot, right? Labor takes a beat down of 750-1000 jobs (or members as union leaders call them) and the response is almost non-existant.
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“Jauch’s “unethical” opposition to mining legislation to deny Gov. Scott Walker jobs he could count toward his 250,000-job goal.”
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Or just opposing the mining to oppose republicans in general? That’s always productive.
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If yo live in Jauch’s district, please find a petition to sign. A copy can be downloaded from the Recallbobjauch website. Sign it, have your friends sign it, and mail it in to Hayward before the May deadline.
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Businesses don’t fail in a matter of a year. Blaming Walker for job losses ignores the reality that these businesses were likely in trouble long before he came into office.
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