On the day before the big vote, Governor walker leads Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett by just three points, and the gap was shrinking.
A national Democratic consultant familiar with the race took pains to point out what a big prize walker would be for the left.
walker condemns the “Kennedy dynasty and dictatorship . . . T here is no law left . . . We have got to start all over.”
Wisconsin Democrats were supposed to be enthusiastic about taking down walker.
First, Governor walker has made closing the $3.6 billion two-year budget gap the rationale for curtailing collective bargaining.
Through intercepted letters walker learned of this and determined to strike at Granada.
For my part, I say that my eyes followed him as you may follow a walker on a tight-wire.
The light footstep came closer, halting occasionally, as if the walker listened for a sound.
The walker in the ways of St. Augustine—in his early ways, I think.
Is that what you did next, after you took the metal out of General walker's forearm?
walker walk·er (wô'kər)
A frame device used to support someone, such as an infant learning to walk or a convalescent learning to walk again.
A shoe specially designed for walking comfortably. Often used in the plural.
To reexamine a case to diagnose errors: In walking back the cat to seek the genesis, do we exaggerate the human element? (1980s+ Espionage)