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Monday, September 21, 2015

Walker’s Attacks On Unions Backfire As Wisconsin's Idiot Falls To 1% In New Poll

Days after Walker announced his new plan to wage war against unions, a new WBUR poll of New Hampshire shows Walker sinking to 1% support.
According to new WBUR poll of New Hampshire, Trump and Carson are virtually tied for first with Trump leading Carson 22%-18%, but this margin is narrowly outside the poll’s margin of error of 4.4%. Fiorina is in third place at 11%. Jeb continues to fail and flop, as he is tied for fourth place with Kasich at 9%.
None of the four Republican Senators running for pretender can break 5% in support. Cruz is in fifth place (5%). He is followed by Paul in sixth (4%). Christie is tied for seventh with Rubio (2%), and Graham is registering at 0.9% support.
Walker is nowhere to be found in the upper tier. Walker is tied with Huckabee for eighth place at (1%).
WBUR Poll:
WBUR New Hampshire Poll
It isn’t a coincidence that days after Walker tried to jumpstart his campaign by promising to wage war on unions, his support has dropped to an all-time low. Walker’s campaign is in a complete state of collapse. The Wisconsin idiot has been so non-competitive that he has been by bypassed by Kasich as a potential running mate for the Republican nominee.
Walker went back to being a one-trick pony candidate, and the result has been one-way ticket on the fast track out of the Republican pretender race.
There are several Republican candidates whose campaigns are on life support. Huckabee, Jindal, and Santorum will probably all be out before or right after the Iowa caucuses. Christie, Paul, and Walker all need good showings in New Hampshire, or it will be over for them. Paul has to hang around through the Kentucky caucus that he is paying for, but minus a good showing somewhere, he is a dead candidate walking. Jeb and Cruz have the money to stay in the race no matter what, and Rubio will try to stick around through Florida.
If Walker finishes near the bottom in Iowa and New Hampshire, his campaign will be effectively dead.
It turns out that Republican voters don’t care about union busting as much as the Koch brothers do. Charles and David Koch are heading for another election defeat, as the Scott Walker horse that they backed has pulled up lame.

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