VIDEO – Angry Liberal Slaps Tom Barrett For Conceding

June 6, 2012 at 7:33 am (Liberals, Recall, Scott Walker, Slap, Thug, Tom Barrett, Union, Violence, Wisconsin)

Ah, the unhinged left at it’s finest.  They absolutely have to be beside themselves after Scott Walker’s victory in Wisconsin last night.  This person took the loss particularly hard, taking out their anger on … Tom Barrett?

From the National Review (h/t Jim):

Those warm, loving, kind-hardest leftists will turn on you so fast: last night an enraged supporter of Tom Barrett slapped him for conceding the race. 

I don’t recall – no pun intended – this sort of thing ever happening on an Election Night before.

I wonder how Democrats feel about having a grassroots base that is, in part, psychotic to the point of physical violence upon their own candidates for acknowledging reality. At the time, Barrett trailed by about 10 percentage points or 200,000 votes; as of this morning, Walker won by 7 percentage points, or roughly 173,000 votes.

And here’s the video violence…

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Obama Offers Rock Solid Support For Barrett in Recall Election – Via Twitter

June 5, 2012 at 7:25 am (Democrats, Labor, President Obama, Recall Election, Scott Walker, Tom Barrett, Unions, Wisconsin)

Usually the Democrat candidates are running away from Obama like he has the plague, this time the President is running from the candidate.  More specifically, he is running away from today’s recall election in Wisconsin.

The Huffington Post reports:

In the final hours before the Wisconsin recall, President Barack Obama reiterated his support for Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, Democratic challenger to Republican Gov. Scott Walker, over Twitter.

“It’s Election Day in Wisconsin tomorrow, and I’m standing by Tom Barrett. He’d make an outstanding governor. -bo,” Obama said in a tweet Monday evening.

The underwhelming show of solidarity follows weeks of speculation around why the president, who has been traveling around the country for a host of fundraisers as part of his reelection bid, did not stop in Wisconsin to campaign for Barrett.

Governor Walker ripped into the President for shying away from Wisconsin, saying it shows “a real concern” on the left that the recall effort will fail.

“There is a real concern out there. For all the hype a year ago, you would have thought there is no way they can win. I knew once we hit September 1st, people in our state would see our schools were better, in December when property tax bills came out and they saw in many cases their bill went down, I knew it didn’t matter how many attack ads you could run, things like that people could see with their own eyes would trump all the attacks in the world,” Walker said. “I think why you have seen the national Democrats backing away is because as people have seen the facts they realize there was a lot of misguided anger.”

There are basic reasons Obama is avoiding Wisconsin.

First, Walker will likely win the election today and Obama doesn’t need to attach himself to a loser in Barrett.  

Second, this recall election represents everything the Democrats hold dear – they asked for this recall based on their belief in a union’s right to strangle a state’s economy.  Labor unions have poured millions into Walker’s defeat, and a loss deals a mighty blow to the liberal message.

Not being covered here is this – how will Obama’s lack of support translate to any union support of the President come November?  Union leaders and local Democrats have already expressed disgust with the President’s lack of support, and a tweet will do nothing to quell their anger.

Prediction – He is alienating yet another group that he needs desperately to beat Romney.

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Scott Walker Opponent Criticizes GOP On Women, Promptly Turns Stage Over to Rapper Who Sings About "Bitches Who Ride Me"

May 25, 2012 at 1:47 pm (Milwaukee, Proph, Prophetic, Recall, Scott Walker, Tom Barrett, War on Women, Wisconsin, Women)

I’m sure the irony was completely lost on the Democrats in the crowd.

A rally was held in Milwaukee on May 19th, for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s opponent in the upcoming recall election, Milwaukee Mayor, Tom Barrett.  During his speech, Barrett blasted the Republicans for their so-called “War on Women”.

Barrett then turned over the mic to rapper Prophetic (a.k.a Proph) who launched into his first number, “Sucka MCs”.  The ditty contains such lyrical gems as “bitches who ride me” and “make a n***** comfortable”.  If you were to ask Proph why they make him comfortable, he would respond with – “cash make the women shake they asses” so “get (on) the tour bus, bitch.”

Oh Mensa, how did you ever decline Proph’s application?

The cover art to his album shows the level of respect Proph has for women, and can be seen above.

Counter Contempt has more details, and also provided the video below.  It is surreal to watch Mayor Barrett shaking hands with the crowd after making a campaign speech involving women, whilst the poetic one raps behind him about his bitches…

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