An 80-year-old businesswoman in Wisconsin who supports Gov. Scott Walker in his bid to retain his position in a special recall election has received death threats and warnings that she would be physically beaten.
Walker came under fire from Democrats in the state soon after he was elected due to his insistence that cuts in the budget must be made to prevent severe economic repercussions. Labor unions joined the fray due to Walker's proposal that state workers pay a higher share of their pension and insurance premiums.
The governor stood his ground, and Democrats vowed that they would oust him in a special recall election which has been scheduled for June 5.
In support of Walker, an 80-year-old woman who is the head of a family enterprise that has been in business since the 1950s wrote a letter to the editor expressing her views to the local newspaper.
When the letter was published the troubled started...
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