• Reports of Misleading Robo-Calls in Wisconsin Because of Course

    Scott WalkerCan one imagine a mountain without a snow-capped peak? Or a cool spring morn without a dew-laced wildflower? Can one conceive of a cloud that has not lightness? Or a butterfly that has not grace?

    Yes, I say unto thee, yes. Yes! A thousandfold easier than one can imagine a tight political race without allegations of misleading robo-calls from a Republican campaign

    Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said his campaign is contacting Wisconsin residents to counter reports of a robo-call that says anyone who signed a petition to recall Gov. Scott Walker doesn't have to vote in Tuesday's election…

    Walker's campaign pushed back against the allegation, issuing a statement strongly denying any connection with the reported calls.

    "Any accusation that our campaign is making those calls is categorically false and unfounded. Once again Mayor Barrett and his campaign are trying to falsely attack Governor Walker with absolutely no evidence. This is a desperate move by Mayor Barrett to avoid addressing his lack of a plan to create jobs in Wisconsin," the campaign stated.

    And, thus, the world continues its dizzying spin and life continues apace.

    Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images News/Getty Images


    Tags: Recall, Scott Walker, Tom Barrett, Wisconsin

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