Walker Recall Failed??
Is it possible that the recall of the Wisconsin governor Walker failed? After all the protests, organizing, effort? After it became clear that the guy is a crazy maniac?
Can I have a different news feed because this one is not working for me.
Wisconsin, you suck dick. And the saddest part is that it’s the dick of somebody as unattractive as Walker.
P.S. Romney will still lose the election. This is a completely unrelated issue. If you don’t believe that Romney will lose, just imagine him (the most uncharismatic person in the country since John Kerry) in a debate with Obama (the most charismatic person since forever). Seriously, do you know anybody who’d like to go out for a beer with Romney? I hear this is the main reason people vote in this country. So who do you think will make a better drinking buddy, a guy who smoked pot in college or a guy who spent his youth as a religious missionary? You know I’m right. If you still choose Romney, then confess that it isn’t beer that you prefer to drink but something much heavier.
P.P.S. For the especially serious and earnest readers: I’m trying to be facetious here as a way of dealing with the trauma of seeing Walker not getting recalled.
P.P.P.S. And I immediately got an email asking what I have against Walker. Seriously?
A clinic in Wisconsin has ended medication abortions as a result of a law signed by Governor Scott Walker in April, “The Coercive and Web Cam Abortion Prevention Act,” which puts harsh and ambiguous restrictions on the procedure. The law, also called Act 217, requires women seeking non-surgical abortions to visit the same doctor three times before taking the pill. It also makes the doctor responsible for determining that a woman has not been coerced into an abortion. Additionally, it prohibits the use of web cams (used for physician consult) during medication abortions. Last month, Planned Parenthood announced it would no longer offer medication abortions in Wisconsin as a result of the law. Yesterday, Affiliated Medical Services in Wisconsin made the same announcement. According to RH Reality Check, “it is now impossible to receive a medical abortion from a provider in the state.”