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June 6, 2012

YES. NEXT QUESTION? Christian Science Monitor: Did tea party put Scott Walker over the top in Wisconsin recall? “The tea party movement flexed its muscle in Wisconsin, as Gov. Scott Walker handily won a recall vote on Tuesday. Thirty-six percent of voters said they support the movement – and almost all went for Walker. . . . Walker’s ground game played a big role in pulling off a win, as he became the first governor in US history to survive a recall election. And like the recent GOP primary victory of Richard Mourdock over veteran US Sen. Dick Lugar in nearby Indiana, that ground game is being pitched by cadres of grass-roots activists who identify to a large extent with the leaderless tea party movement. . . . ‘While Occupiers and union protesters got the ink, the tea party dropped the placards and picked up clipboards, phones and got out the vote.'”

Well, I told you so.

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