Karma may be catching up to Big Labor in Wisconsin. Remember when noisy, vulgar vandals invaded Wisconsin's State Capitol, spray painting graffiti on the pristine white marble? Remember when the legislative Democrats fled the state to prevent majority rule taking place? Remember when the labor unions raised millions to gin up the necessary number of signatures to launch a recall election for Governor Scott Walker and Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch? The bosses made the mistake of believing their own propaganda.
Three polls this week indicate a 5 to 6 point margin favoring Walker in the special election three weeks from now. John McCormack at The Weekly Standard:
In the past week, three different pollsters have polled the Wisconsin recall race, and all three came up with virtually identical results. Last week, a Rasmussen poll showed Governor Scott Walker leading Democrat Tom Barrett 50 percent to 45 percent. Yesterday, the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling showed Walker leading Barrett 50 percent to 45 percent. And today, a new Marquette Law School poll shows Walker leading Barrett 50 percent to 44 percent.
Even better, Republicans are significantly more motivated to vote. The Marquette University Pollreports:
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