The Scott Walker Smoking Gun Video

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I realize that this is already old news and that most of you are probably aware of it but, for those who are not, here again is the video evidence that recently surfaced which catches Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker talking with a wealthy billionaire donor about his intention to end the collective bargaining rights of public employees as part of a larger strategy to "divide and conquer" the labor unions and make Wisconsin into a perpetually red "right to work" state. Since the recall election is near it is important that as many people as possible are made aware of the true nature of Walker's character and the fact that he is just a bought and paid for toady. The billionaire donor in the video had provided to him the largest campaign contribution ever made on the state level and Walker is reassuring her about what it is she's buying with that money.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEG7yGeUQUo

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Walker is already on the record saying that he is not in favor of making Wisconsin a right to work state. So that smoking gun your talking about is a water pistol. I personally think we should be a right to work state. People should not have to belong to a union just so they can work somewhere.

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