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    Scott Walker

    Mark Newmann

    or

    Barrett.....


    What say we all ??
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    As I recall, Neumann has already stated he favors a shall issue concealed carry law; I have not yet seen anything like that from Walker.

    They are really the only choices for me.

    Can anyone here shed any light on their stances regarding firearms rights?

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    I asked Scott Walker about shall issue CCW on his Facebook page and he said if it reached his desk he would sign it

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    what about their views on oc?

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    pachanga22 wrote:
    I asked Scott Walker about shall issue CCW on his Facebook page and he said if it reached his desk he would sign it
    Scott walker said he would sign the bill that Doyle vetoed. Is that what you really want?

    You can then kiss OC goodbye. It was a compromise.

    Use your vote wisely.

    Don't just go with the flow and vote for the media projected front runner. That is why this state is in the mess that it is in right now. Everyone keeps voting in all of these career politicians who do nothing but lie throughout the campaign and leave us to the wolves when it is over.

    Simply voting for someone because he is from your county is ridiculous.

    Besides if you think that is really Walker answering your questions on Facebook, well then there is absolutely nothing anyone here could possibly teach you.

    I will vote for Mark Todd in the Primaries. If he does not make the Primaries I will vote for Nueman.

    Unless of course JB throws his hat into the ring.


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    Has anyone noticed that the poll says there are 8 votes yet there are only 5 posts?

    And when you vote the numbers do not change. What does that tell you?

    Just some more hype for Walker, nothing more.

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    My vote is leaning towards Walker...I sent him an email asking him to state his position on concealed and open carry. Here is his reply...



    Dear Hardy,

    First of all, thank you for contacting me. I appreciate your interest
    in my campaign, and thank you for expressing your thoughts regarding
    concealed carry legislation and, more broadly, our Second Amendment
    right to bear arms.

    I can proudly say that I am a hunter and a member of the National
    Rifle Association. I support our Second Amendment rights, and as
    Governor, I will support conceal and carry legislation and will fight
    for sportsmen and gun owners throughout Wisconsin. That is my
    position, and it is clear.

    Once again, thank you for contacting me. I hope that you will continue
    to keep it touch.

    Sincerely,

    Scott Walker



    I will do my due diligence to confirm his position, but this is a good start.

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    J.Gleason wrote:
    pachanga22 wrote:
    I asked Scott Walker about shall issue CCW on his Facebook page and he said if it reached his desk he would sign it
    Scott walker said he would sign the bill that Doyle vetoed. Is that what you really want?

    You can then kiss OC goodbye. It was a compromise.

    Use your vote wisely.

    Don't just go with the flow and vote for the media projected front runner. That is why this state is in the mess that it is in right now. Everyone keeps voting in all of these career politicians who do nothing but lie throughout the campaign and leave us to the wolves when it is over.

    Simply voting for someone because he is from your county is ridiculous.

    Besides if you think that is really Walker answering your questions on Facebook, well then there is absolutely nothing anyone here could possibly teach you.

    I will vote for Mark Todd in the Primaries. If he does not make the Primaries I will vote for Nueman.

    Unless of course JB throws his hat into the ring.
    It's too bad because he's a good guy, but his christian message has killed him, but..Mark Todd now stands no chance of winning anything. Why?...He's not even on the Radar, when was the last time anyone heard his name on the radio or TV ? ( crickets cherping ) yeah, that's what I thought.
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    I've got on both Walker's and Neuman's websites... Nueman is very clear on his positions, including 2A. And on Walker's websites, he only has like 3 positions posted, one of them is "family"... position on family? Seriously? The sanctity of family is what you make of it; don't legislate mine and I won't legislate yours.

    Point being, how come everyone says Walker supports our 2A/CCW, but he only defends that position privately through emails and FB. At least Neuman lays it out there for all to see.

    I know I'm going to get hammered on the above. But it is what it is.

    Along w/ J. Gleason, I would support ultra-conservative Mark Todd if he makes it to the ballot, otherwise Neuman over Walker any day.

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    Glock34 wrote:
    J.Gleason wrote:
    pachanga22 wrote:
    I asked Scott Walker about shall issue CCW on his Facebook page and he said if it reached his desk he would sign it
    Scott walker said he would sign the bill that Doyle vetoed. Is that what you really want?

    You can then kiss OC goodbye. It was a compromise.

    Use your vote wisely.

    Don't just go with the flow and vote for the media projected front runner. That is why this state is in the mess that it is in right now. Everyone keeps voting in all of these career politicians who do nothing but lie throughout the campaign and leave us to the wolves when it is over.

    Simply voting for someone because he is from your county is ridiculous.

    Besides if you think that is really Walker answering your questions on Facebook, well then there is absolutely nothing anyone here could possibly teach you.

    I will vote for Mark Todd in the Primaries. If he does not make the Primaries I will vote for Nueman.

    Unless of course JB throws his hat into the ring.
    It's too bad because he's a good guy, but his christian message has killed him, but..Mark Todd now stands no chance of winning anything. Why?...He's not even on the Radar, when was the last time anyone heard his name on the radio or TV ? ( crickets cherping ) yeah, that's what I thought.
    Wow! what a change in attitude. Hmm have you bothered to talk to Mark about this and give him your opinion?

    Just curious.

    Hmmm and not even a mention that Mark Todd was the only candidate to host and attend Open Carry events.

    Anyways for those of you who are new here, there was a thread started on this very topic:

    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum57/30031-1.html


    5 questions were posted to all of the candidates for Wisconsin Governor.
    All candidates were personally invited to come to the forum and answer these 5 questions.

    Only one candidate actually accepted the invitation.

    So with that in mind, who is actually more interested ino uphold our rights rather than looking to candy coat every question they are asked throughout the campaign?




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    BJA wrote:
    If he really was for our rights I believe he would have struck down the preempted ordinance as county executive!
    Without at least a vote of the Board? The county executive is a tyrant that can act unilaterally?

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    Ben, you are factually incorrect. Scott Walker did take action based on our calls and emails. He asked his legal counsel to give him a legal opinion on the validity of the parks ban. The answer he got from the legal counsel that was SHARED IN A LETTER to me and other members here was that his legal counsel said basically what others have said. Its a gray area, and it hasn't been tested in court, so no one knows.

    Furthermore, Scott Walker cannot "strike down" a pre-empted ordinance. Scott Walker can sign or veto legislation that the county board sends to his desk.

    As I've suggested before, if you want to change the county parks ban, call your county supervisor. THAT person could introduce legislation at the county level to do so. I assure you that if the county board passed an ordinance repealing the county parks weapons ban, Scott Walker would sign it. I KNOW this because I have spoken at length with Scott Walkers staff.

    I can also confirm that Scott Walker would not sacrifice open-carry for conceal carry. I asked his chief of staff this question directly on the phone a month or so ago. Without my even leading the question his staff member said "that would sacrifice to much, why would you sacrifice a right for a privilege" Which is my though exactly.

    I'm not about to start the ******* match that we had on this forum a half year ago about candidates, but at the same time, I can't in good conscience sit back and let mis-information be perpetuated on the subject.

    Having said all that, I know Mark Neumann is pro-gun also.

    For the gun issue, I personally don't know which candidate Mark Neumann or Scott Walker would be "most" pro-gun. Thats just an honest answer. Either Walker or Neumann would be a good choice on the gun issue.

    We all know Barrett WOULD NOT.

    Barrett is anti-gun, anti-open-carry,and anti-concealed carry.

    THAT I'm sure we can all agree on.
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    The only thing that I have seen Walker state publicly is his support for concealed carry.

    And he avoided the question here again;
    Dear Hardy,

    First of all, thank you for contacting me. I appreciate your interest
    in my campaign, and thank you for expressing your thoughts regarding
    concealed carry legislation and, more broadly, our Second Amendment
    right to bear arms.

    I can proudly say that I am a hunter and a member of the National
    Rifle Association. I support our Second Amendment rights, and as
    Governor, I will support conceal and carry legislation and will fight
    for sportsmen and gun owners throughout Wisconsin. That is my
    position, and it is clear.

    Once again, thank you for contacting me. I hope that you will continue
    to keep it touch.

    Sincerely,

    Scott Walker
    There is nothing stated about open-carry, he went directly into the "I am hunter and belong to the NRA, fight for sportsmen spiel" and side-stepped a direct question yet again.
    Where does he state publicly that he will defend our right to open-carry? My GF is not a sportsman, or a hunter. But she carries a firearm openly whenever she can do so legally.
    Walkers reply in the first paragraph was only reiterating what he was asked, and still did not make a statement on open-carry.

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    Wisconsin Carry, Inc. - Chairman wrote:
    Ben, you are factually incorrect. Scott Walker did take action based on our calls and emails. He asked his legal counsel to give him a legal opinion on the validity of the parks ban. The answer he got from the legal counsel that was SHARED IN A LETTER to me and other members here was that his legal counsel said basically what others have said. Its a gray area, and it hasn't been tested in court, so no one knows.

    Furthermore, Scott Walker cannot "strike down" a pre-empted ordinance. Scott Walker can sign or veto legislation that the county board sends to his desk.

    As I've suggested before, if you want to change the county parks ban, call your county supervisor. THAT person could introduce legislation at the county level to do so. I assure you that if the county board passed an ordinance repealing the county parks weapons ban, Scott Walker would sign it. I KNOW this because I have spoken at length with Scott Walkers staff.

    I can also confirm that Scott Walker would not sacrifice open-carry for conceal carry. I asked his chief of staff this question directly on the phone a month or so ago. Without my even leading the question his staff member said "that would sacrifice to much, why would you sacrifice a right for a privilege" Which is my though exactly.

    I'm not about to start the ******* match that we had on this forum a half year ago about candidates, but at the same time, I can't in good conscience sit back and let mis-information be perpetuated on the subject.

    Having said all that, I know Mark Neumann is pro-gun also.

    For the gun issue, I personally don't know which candidate Mark Neumann or Scott Walker would be "most" pro-gun. Thats just an honest answer. Either Walker or Neumann would be a good choice on the gun issue.

    We all know Barrett WOULD NOT.

    Barrett is anti-gun, anti-open-carry,and anti-concealed carry.

    THAT I'm sure we can all agree on.
    Thanks for this response. This is helpful.

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    From Neumann's website, there is nothing about opencarry in there either! Note that he states he would sign "that" bill which was already vetoed twice.

    Second Amendment Rights
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    Mark supports the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America, which guarantees the right of Americans to bear arms.

    Hunting
    As a hunter, Mark understands and shares many of the concerns and positions of hunters in Wisconsin. Hunting has been a part of the Neumann family traditions for generations. Mark remains an avid outdoorsman enjoying bow hunting, whitetail rifle hunting, pheasant hunting, and elk hunting on occasion. He is also a member of the National Rifle Association.

    Concealed Carry
    A crucial element of the Second Amendment is the ability of the people to carry weapons for self-defense. Currently, only two states in the union do not have laws enabling their citizens to carry concealed weapons. Our state is one of them.

    The Wisconsin State Legislature tried to pass concealed carry legislation twice, only to be vetoed by Governor Doyle both times. Mark supports the limits and exceptions made in that legislation, and will sign that bill as the next Governor of Wisconsin.

    Mark believes that the people of Wisconsin have the right to carry concealed weapons for self-defense. The Founding Fathers believed the same thing.

    Mark knows that a Strong Wisconsin is a state where the people can protect themselves

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    Wisconsin Carry, Inc. - Chairman wrote:
    Ben, you are factually incorrect. Scott Walker did take action based on our calls and emails. He asked his legal counsel to give him a legal opinion on the validity of the parks ban. The answer he got from the legal counsel that was SHARED IN A LETTER to me and other members here was that his legal counsel said basically what others have said. Its a gray area, and it hasn't been tested in court, so no one knows.

    Furthermore, Scott Walker cannot "strike down" a pre-empted ordinance. Scott Walker can sign or veto legislation that the county board sends to his desk.

    As I've suggested before, if you want to change the county parks ban, call your county supervisor. THAT person could introduce legislation at the county level to do so. I assure you that if the county board passed an ordinance repealing the county parks weapons ban, Scott Walker would sign it. I KNOW this because I have spoken at length with Scott Walkers staff.

    I can also confirm that Scott Walker would not sacrifice open-carry for conceal carry. I asked his chief of staff this question directly on the phone a month or so ago. Without my even leading the question his staff member said "that would sacrifice to much, why would you sacrifice a right for a privilege" Which is my though exactly.

    I'm not about to start the ******* match that we had on this forum a half year ago about candidates, but at the same time, I can't in good conscience sit back and let mis-information be perpetuated on the subject.

    Having said all that, I know Mark Neumann is pro-gun also.

    For the gun issue, I personally don't know which candidate Mark Neumann or Scott Walker would be "most" pro-gun. Thats just an honest answer. Either Walker or Neumann would be a good choice on the gun issue.

    We all know Barrett WOULD NOT.

    Barrett is anti-gun, anti-open-carry,and anti-concealed carry.

    THAT I'm sure we can all agree on.
    Dam where was I when this information came to light, guess I can't be every where at once lol. Thanks for the update! glad it's before election time! But I would have more than likely voted for Walker anyways. Neumann, Todd, or Walker would be 1,000,000,000 times better than Barret!! AGREED! Time to check out the other issues as well now.



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    stewarthgusmc wrote:
    My vote is leaning towards Walker...I sent him an email asking him to state his position on concealed and open carry. Here is his reply...



    Dear Hardy,

    First of all, thank you for contacting me. I appreciate your interest
    in my campaign, and thank you for expressing your thoughts regarding
    concealed carry legislation and, more broadly, our Second Amendment
    right to bear arms.

    I can proudly say that I am a hunter and a member of the National
    Rifle Association. I support our Second Amendment rights, and as
    Governor, I will support conceal and carry legislation and will fight
    for sportsmen and gun owners throughout Wisconsin. That is my
    position, and it is clear.

    Once again, thank you for contacting me. I hope that you will continue
    to keep it touch.

    Sincerely,

    Scott Walker



    I will do my due diligence to confirm his position, but this is a good start.

    Just once, when asked about firearm rights, I would like to hear a politician state that he or she is in favor of them without the mandatory "I am a hunter and ...."

    When in danger you can dial 911 and hope for the police to arrive a few minutes later armed with guns.
    Why do police carry guns?

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    J.Gleason wrote:
    Glock34 wrote:
    J.Gleason wrote:
    pachanga22 wrote:
    I asked Scott Walker about shall issue CCW on his Facebook page and he said if it reached his desk he would sign it
    Scott walker said he would sign the bill that Doyle vetoed. Is that what you really want?

    You can then kiss OC goodbye. It was a compromise.

    Use your vote wisely.

    Don't just go with the flow and vote for the media projected front runner. That is why this state is in the mess that it is in right now. Everyone keeps voting in all of these career politicians who do nothing but lie throughout the campaign and leave us to the wolves when it is over.

    Simply voting for someone because he is from your county is ridiculous.

    Besides if you think that is really Walker answering your questions on Facebook, well then there is absolutely nothing anyone here could possibly teach you.

    I will vote for Mark Todd in the Primaries. If he does not make the Primaries I will vote for Nueman.

    Unless of course JB throws his hat into the ring.
    It's too bad because he's a good guy, but his christian message has killed him, but..Mark Todd now stands no chance of winning anything. Why?...He's not even on the Radar, when was the last time anyone heard his name on the radio or TV ? ( crickets cherping ) yeah, that's what I thought.
    Wow! what a change in attitude. Hmm have you bothered to talk to Mark about this and give him your opinion?

    Just curious.

    Hmmm and not even a mention that Mark Todd was the only candidate to host and attend Open Carry events.

    Anyways for those of you who are new here, there was a thread started on this very topic:

    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum57/30031-1.html


    5 questions were posted to all of the candidates for Wisconsin Governor.
    All candidates were personally invited to come to the forum and answer these 5 questions.

    Only one candidate actually accepted the invitation.

    So with that in mind, who is actually more interested ino uphold our rights rather than looking to candy coat every question they are asked throughout the campaign?


    The last time I spoke to Mark Todd, was at that Failure of a Christmas fund raiser , he supports the 2A + guns rights & that is very awesome of him. I am not bad mouthing him, he is a very nice guy...But to win the Governorship of a state, you have to get out there, Radio spots, TV spots, etc, etc......Walker & Newmann have him beat hands down & as far as fund raising goes Mark Todd is not even in the same league as those guys & It takes Millions to win an election..... It's too bad, but Mark kinda turned me off at the Christmas Fund raiser in Appleton....WAY too HEAVY on the God thing......Governors have to be able to separate God & Government ( separation of Church & state ) I don't see Mark doing that.

    I won't waste my Money or time supporting a person that stands no chance of winning.


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    Glock34 wrote:
    separate God & Government ( separation of Church & state ) I don't see Mark doing that.
    Citation in law please.

    COTUS, 1A: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof..."

    The phrase originated in an 1802 letter from Thomas Jefferson to the Danbury Baptists, in part, "...I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should 'make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,' thus building a wall of separation between Church & State." Thomas Jefferson restated and did not expand the the Establishment Clause or the Free Exercise Clause.

    Either we are equal or we are not. Good people ought to be armed where they will, with wits and guns and the truth. NRA ******* damn the thug Obamanation.

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    Well, I tend to agree there is a time and a place for everything. I have spoke to Mark Todd about the whole religion thing before. His response, well this is me. I praise God for what I have in my life.

    I guess, I would not want him to put on a show and portray himself to be someone he is not when he is running for governor.

    While I am not a strongly religious person, I do believe in God and teach my children the same. With that said, If being into his religion is the worst thing that anyone can find on this guy, there is no argument. At least try to find something with some meat in it please.

    Has he tried to privatize any jobs lately?

    Has he voted to raise any taxes lately?

    Has he dodged any of the 5 questions posted in this forum?

    Has he held or participated in any OC events?

    Then ask yourself the same question about the other candidates.

    A year ago, everyone argued with me that I couldn't vote for someone simply for the 2 A cause. Well I can tell you this, I will not vote for someone who continuously lobbys to privatize city, county and state jobs. I will not vote for someone who continuously lobbys to lay off workers. I will not vote for someone who believes we need to "Maintain Taxes.'

    We don't need to maintain taxes, we need to lower taxes. We need to find other ways to balance the state budget other than off of the peoples backs.

    I refuse to vote for a candidate that is about politics as usual simply because someone else does not agree and will take their ball and go home.

    Vote the way you want, it is a free country ( or supposed to be anyways)
    If you choose to vote as you always have in the past then don't comeinto this forum and whine because everything in your day doesn't sparkle just right for ya.

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    We are all entitle to our own opinions & beliefs. Happy Easter !








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    thanks to all for the views and opinions. i was realy wondering who i should back. i guess it will be walker for me.

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    Just curious, Say you were a Milwaukee County Zoo Employee and had say 12 to 15 years in.

    All of a sudden some county executive moves to privatize the Zoo and your job is now bought out by a private company.

    Now, lets say that when working for the county after 15 years you were making $17.00 per hr.

    After the privatization you would of course be offered a lower wage, probably in the neighborhood of $12.00 per hr.

    I guess that sounds fair. I mean hell, you get a lower wage and the county increases the cost of admission into the "No firearms allowed" zoo.

    With the lower wages and the increased admission fees coupled along with the "maintained taxes." I would say the the Milwaukee County Financial and Economic problems would be settled somewehere around the year NEVER.

    Hell, I bet both Nueman and Walker will ride Doyles traing back and forth from Milwaukee to Madison, since neither of them have spoke out aginst that ridiculous waste of money.

    My point is you get a guy with these kind of ideas into the Governors office and this state is gonna take an even bigger @#$%e than it already has.

    Privatize everything! Hell we can all get by on a lower wage can't we? Maintain Taxes! We don't need lower taxes do we?

    And I don't care what anyone says happened in a private conversation, the only thing that matters when it comes to a political campaign is what is said in front of the general public as a public statement.

    Walker and Nueman both said they would sign "THAT" ccw bill into law. "THAT" bill was a compromise and everyone knows it. If "THAT" bill gets signed into law then you can kiss OC goodbye.

    Until either of these candidates step up to the plate and make a public statement as to their intentions and support of a NO COMPROMISE, CCW/OC Non-Permitted CARRY LAW, neither of them will get any support from me.

    I have morals and virtue and I will not compromise them simply to make others who have or may have a hidden interest in one of these two candidates winning a happy camper.

    Those that have been in this forum for any amount of time have seen the intense argument that took place simply because I would not back Walker.

    That type of intensity does not come from mere voter support of a candidate.

    I was specifically told that I needed to look farther then 2A when I voted for a candidate.

    I agree, and that is exactly what I am doing.

    Regardless of his religious beliefs, Mark Todd is the only candidate that has came forward with a financial plan for Wisconsin. His plan does not include "maintaining taxes." It does include lower taxes and new ways to create income for Wisconsin to lower the Budget deficit.

    He has also publicy voiced his support for a No Compromise CCW/OCW non-permitted Carry Law, that he has publicly promised to sign into Law withing his first 90 days in offcie if he should be elected.

    No other candidate has came forward with anything other than generic sound bites.
    "I come from a hunting family,"" I am a member of the NRA," " We must maintain taxes."

    Now, does that mean that Todd will win? Not necessarily. But it doesn't change the fact that he does have a plan that will work either.

    As far has not seeing him in the news or hearing him on the radio, let's be fair about that statement.

    He has been on the news many times and for the news and radio stations that have not had him on ( IE Jerry Bader ) there is more than likely some financial interest behind that as well.

    In fact most of the news concerning Walker and Nueman comes from Milwaukee, go figure.

    Haven't seen Barrett in the news much either. Doesn't mean he isn't there.

    With the Milwaukee vote split three ways, I wonder, how much support Walker, Nueman and Barrett will get from the northwoods?


    Oh thats right they don't bother with those folks. They are just a bunch of back hills country folk that will just have to simply go with the flow. I am sure there will be some county delegates that will inform them how to fill in those ballots at election time.

    By the way, how come everytime Nueman and Walker have been invited to an event where Todd has also been invited they never show up?

    If Nueman and Walker are in such a higher league then Todd is then why don't they hold a debate and invite Todd as a participant? They don't have anything to worry about. or do they?

    Remember, the majority of the people in this country voted for Obama simply because he was the"projected front runner," and many voted for him simply because their friends told then to do so. Hell, you don't want to vote for someone who your friends don't think has a chance of winning, right?

    Look what you got for their votes.

    Despite my political views, I still consider everyone on this forum a friend. Even though we may not agree on some issues, I can and I hope we can agree to disagree.

    That said, I know some here may not feel that same way. So be it. I can co inhabit this forum with those people as well.

    I would also like to say that I consider all of the "Board Memebrs" of WCI to be friends in good standing of mine and I would certainly hope they consider the sme of me. While we may not agree on some things we do still stand for the same cause and that is to protect the rights of all individuals. I support WCI in the fullest strength.

    I think choosing to show maturity and responsiblity goes much farther then when we are OCing in public.

    Carry On!
    Molon Labe!











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    I got a statement/question here, and this could work in a really weird way.

    Since the primaries do not require you to vote by party in WI, wouldn't it then make it possible for someone who belongs to thedemocaraticparty to vote for therepublican candidate who would pose the weakest oppostion for the democratic candidate they want to see in office.

    Lets say a large bunch of the barrett zombies vote for the least likely to win the fall election so they can lower the competition againsttheir own candidate?
    Is that doable in WI, I think it is if you could get enough people to use that underhanded method.
    Am I correct with this thinking? I am not suggesting anything, I think I am just seeing a flaw in the WI primary system that could be exploited.

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