‘Twas the night of the recall, and all through the tweets
All the lefties were crying, and damn, was it sweet
Like I said…its gonna be a long night…tough one but life goes on..
— Ed Schultz (@WeGotEd) June 6, 2012
I’ll be the first to eat my words on this tomorrow.But, the net projections are odd given how many votes not counted yet in key counties.
— David Shuster (@DavidShuster) June 6, 2012
Congratulations to all who Believe that Money is God! You are quite devout.
— Roseanne Barr (@TheRealRoseanne) June 6, 2012
Walker wins & even now an entire conference room of well-paid advisors is still deciding what Gov Romney’s opinion will be.
— John Fugelsang (@JohnFugelsang) June 6, 2012
— Lawrence O’Donnell (@Lawrence) June 5, 2012
I picked a bad week to quit sniffing glue.
— Joshua Holland (@JoshuaHol) June 6, 2012
Walker’s message is divide and conquer, one of resentment & grievances, not one of hope and a better future for working people of WI or US.
— Katrina vandenHeuvel (@KatrinaNation) June 6, 2012
Conservatives suddenly following me in droves.Blocking all of them. Bad night to do that, RWers.
— GottaLaff (@GottaLaff) June 6, 2012
Scott Walker opens speech thanking God, not the Koch brothers.Ungrateful fella.
— Greg Mitchell (@GregMitch) June 6, 2012
It was never really my place to say, and not that anybody cares, but recalls are a horrible idea for a lot of reasons.
— Brian Beutler (@brianbeutler) June 6, 2012
Despite the disappointing outcome, #WIrecall effort sent Scott Walker a message that his brand of divisive politics is offensive & wrong.
— D Wasserman Schultz (@DWStweets) June 6, 2012
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) June 6, 2012
Bad night in Boston…WI raises big questions for Mitt.trib.in/KdZpQk
— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) June 6, 2012
The best part about the left’s despair is that this didn’t have to happen. They didn’t have to do this to themselves.
Aren’t you glad they did?
P.S. Why did the lefty cry himself to sleep?
He can’t recall.