Thingish Things

2012’s Most Important Election

Written By: William F. B. O'Reilly - Jun• 01•12

The most pivotal election in America this year won’t take place in November. Neither Barack Obama nor Mitt Romney will appear on its ballot.

The most important election of 2012 — certainly the most interesting one — is Tuesday’s gubernatorial recall vote in Wisconsin. The eyes of the nation should be riveted. There, in the Badger State, the armies of the left and the right will face off, with Republican Gov. Scott Walker serving as the flash point in a larger war that has been brewing in America for years.

The rest of this column is available at Newsday Westchester.  Thanks for reading!

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