My WashingtonExaminer.com column today is about the wonderful world of "Hughtopia," where the sermons and speeches are never too long, the Cavs have the first pick again, cable television gets a clue on its programming, and many other right and proper things come true.
If the column could have gone longer than its allocated words, it would have also have envisioned a huge win for Scott Walker on June 5. That is something every single reader of this column can hope for, and far more than merely hope, work towards.
As noted, the vote is on June 5, so contributions made this week can be put to work in time to help increase turnout, and with more voters, a larger margin of victory for Governor Walker will materialize. Every union member can be counted on to vote in this special election, but every Wisconsin taxpayer has to reminded of the stakes.
It is hard to overstate how crucial this particular vote is, but I will try to do so all week long on the radio show. In a nutshell, Big Labor and especially the public employee unions have thrown everything they've got against Walker and the forces of reform across the country. They know this is their Waterloo, their Battle of the (Budget) Bulge, and that failure to remove Walker is tantamount to a verdict on their rapacity at the expense of the public, and a foreshadowing of November's vote in the Obama-Romney showdown.