Wisconsin Becomes Orgy of Chaos As Recall Elections Begin

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The forces of good and evil resume their bilious clouded swirl over the state of Wisconsin today as primary votersgo to cast votes in the state's recall elections against six of Scott Walker's senate puppets, and it is already just an orgy of dead fetuses and robots. Robocalls possibly from Wisconsin "Right to Life" are reportedly going out to voters telling them to stay home or to vote for fake candidates. We say "fake candidates" because Wisconsin allows open primaries, which means the Republicans are trying to confuse the electoral process by running fake drone candidates against Democratic candidates. So pay attention, Wisconsin voters, and don't pick the one with pupils that won't close and the Koch Industries logo tattooed on the back of the head.  


Here is a woman reporting that she got a robocall on the blog WI Voices:

I received a call late yesterday from this so-called “Right to Life” group. Very strange. Sunday morning received the first of several robo calls promoting their fake candidate Isaac Weix — untraceable number, caller “out of my area” message. Three “missed calls” too, no message. More robo calls?

CREEPY! Blue Cheddar is reporting that one of the numbers turning up on the robocalls is the same number that sent out Scott Walker support robocalls in March. A Bloomberg reporter managed to speak to someone inside Wisconsin territory, and it sounds bleak:

"It feels like madness abounds in our state, like Wisconsin is 65,000 square miles surrounded by sanity," said Mike McCabe, executive director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, a nonprofit group that advocates openness in government.

"We're just living in a really weird time," McCabe added in a telephone interview from Madison.

Minnesota would try to send reinforcements, but it's pretty much stark cold insanity over there right now, too. [Bloomberg News/ Blue Cheddar]

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