Remember the days when the liberal media and politicians insisted that the recall election in Wisconsin would not only be a referendum on Scott Walker's conservative fiscal policy, but also a precursor to a shift in America's entire political system?
Yeah, I do. And so does the American Future Fund who put together this video to remind everyone how the attitude suddenly changed when their guy lost:
Indeed yesterday's recall election does mean a lot and will undoubtedly be a precursor for November. But it's the supporters of the recall who are going to feel the heat, not the opponents. Take for instance, Wisconsin Rep. Tammy Baldwin, a Democrat running for the U.S. Senate this fall. The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) is happy to remind Wisconsin voters about her role in the failed recall:
"Madison Liberal Tammy Baldwin stood in solidarity with rioters who stormed the Wisconsin Capitol," the NRSC noted on a video it posted last night following Brown's victory. "Today Wisconsin voters stood in solidarity with Scott Walker and his fiscal reforms and will get a chance to stand against Tammy Baldwin this November."