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I'd lean enterprise six days from today -- we will know whether governor.
Who wants to rein in bloated public worker cost can go after them without his job being -- final cost.
Scott Walker says he is confident he'll survive this recall effort in Wisconsin and he is set to talk to us about it next week on Fox Business.
When we're covering the whole drama as it plays out live from Wisconsin.
Recalls -- big deals navy because -- such unusual deals they only happen after all.
When enough people get sick that -- petition by the tens of thousands of this case hundreds of thousands.
To see the otherwise duly elected governor just as unduly shown the door.
But usually such protests are local to that state California's -- were uniquely California's.
When voters terminated grey Davis in favor of the terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Not so much of the start of a trend that's a bad gone bad.
I don't think that's a case here in Wisconsin where governor is taken it upon themselves to do would few others in the country have even tried to do.
-- rein in public costs but annihilate them -- At least according to many union heads annihilating unions themselves.
Now of course Scott Walker does agrees that the numbers speak for themselves and generous pension and health benefits to state public workers can't be met.
Without unions giving at least something back so the unions balked and -- was callous.
The Scott who refuse to walk and happily soaked on the media malysz.
So much hangs on what walker is doing because other governors are kind of doing the same thing.
Chris -- New Jersey.
John -- in Ohio.
Rick Scott in Florida but even democratic governor Andrew Cuomo in New York all reading the same red riding on the same state budget wall.
The argument is it walker is thrown out -- and much like Nicholas Sarkozy is defeated France.
Public worker austerity is also thrown out.
So unions regroup and Democrats rejoice.
But if the opposite happens and voters prove very different the badger state -- those running from austerity in the friends.
And man what us today and what a statement.
Who knew that the most defining moment this election year might not come from a Supreme Court ruling on whether -- health care law goes too far.
But voters in an otherwise -- state ruling on whether -- union -- governor hasn't gone.
-- we'd like is that from tonight we're gonna now.
One week from tonight what's is like from Wisconsin.
And you'll know.
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