Wisconsin is four days away from its historic recall election which pits Constitutional conservatives up against Big Labor in what's been described as a "dry run" for November's presidential vote. Today, the Racine Tea Party held a pre-recall rally in a field on the outskirts of Milwaukee. Various tea party groups and local patriots packed into the field, including the Tea Party Express and Americans for Prosperity.
Speakers attacked the records of labor challengers Tom Barrett and Mahlon Mitchell, deriding the former's abysmal record on jobs and education and the latter's waffling on Walker's reforms.
Wisconsin's embattled Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch remarked that the election was "truly a David and Goliath moment."
"But they don't have the stones," she said to the roar of the audience.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus opened his remarks with "God bless the Tea Party!" He spoke of the RNC working with grassroots activists to help propel Constitutional conservatives across the finish line this November.
Other speakers included yours truly, Tony Katz, Jen Stefano, Nancy Milholland, Vicki McKenna, and Van Wanggaard, the most vulnerable of the four state lawmakers on the recall ballot.
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