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is-scott-walker-nextDaily Caller:

While Chris Christie’s bridge scandal is dominating the headlines, a lesser-known potential scandal is brewing in Wisconsin. As the Wall Street Journal reported in November, ”a special prosecutor is targeting conservative groups that participated in the battle over Governor Scott Walker’s union reforms.”


The allegation is of improper coordination between the campaign and conservative outside groups, and the real danger may simply be that a denouement isn’t reached until after November (Walker’s re-election). Already, it has been months. As Eric O’Keefe, head of the Wisconsin Club for Growth, told the Journal, he “received his subpoena in early October” and “at least three of the targets had their homes raided at dawn, with law-enforcement officers turning over belongings to seize computers and files.”


Even if no indictments are ever issued, this has the potential to do at least four things: 1). Cast a cloud over Scott Walker as he seeks re-election 2). Impact Walker’s presidential ambitions, 3). Destroy the conservative movement/infrastructure in Wisconsin, by keeping them on the sidelines, filing out paper work, and complying with legal demands, and 4). Use this incident as an argument to rewrite judicial laws concerning disclosure or undermine the Citizens United ruling.Scissors-32x32.png

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It is getting so down and dirty, who would want to run for office, especially a Republican.


Walker must be taking note of how Christie is being crucified and wondering what is in his background that Hillary is going to leak. You know the unions are going to go after him with everything they have.


At some point we won't be voting for the best, just the bravest.

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Speaking of brave....



Ted Cruz: Democrats will rue letting President Obama’s lawlessness slide


“We are a nation of laws and not men,” said Cruz. “If we had a system where a president can pick and choose what laws to follow at utter whim … that is seriously dangerous.”


Cruz said the liberal media refuses to accurately report the threat to liberty of the Obama presidency, and makes excuses for the president’s overreaches.


But, he said, “If you’re a liberal, if you’re a Democrat, if you’re a reporter for the New York Times, maybe you’re saying, `he’s my guy. I root for my guy. I don’t like some of the things he’s doing but he’s basically my guy so he’s OK.’”


But Cruz warned those with that mindset that they ought to contemplate that their “guy ain’t gonna be there forever. If this president has that power so does the next one and the next one and the next one, and my message to all the Democrats and all the liberals is, what do you think about the next president, maybe a Republican, having the power Barack Obama has as a president who is not bound by the law?”


“If you love liberty, that should concern you greatly,” said Cruz.

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