But he's also apparently been given mailing lists from groups like the Republican Governors Association and who knows who else. He's been mailing fund raising letters to people around the country.
While that's outrageous enough on its face, you should see what he is saying to these people as he tries to get their money.
Take for example, this solicitation letter:
First Walker Solicitation
Take note of the usual scare language, the demonizing and misrepresentation of the protesters and the Fab 14, and the claims of victimization.
My favorite part:
They aren't kidding.Well, he is right on that last part. We're not part of the Walkergate scandal which includes stealing from veterans and their families or using government equipment and staff to campaign and raise funds.
They mean business.
And they don't play by the same rules you and I do.
And if you learned nothing else from me, it should be that with Walker, there's more. There's always more.
He followed that first letter up with a second one:
Second Walker Solicitation
In this letter, he really goes over the top, saying so much garbage as "days" of protest outside his house and that we're raising over $40 million to get him out of office.
Also note that the amount of money he is asking for has jumped exponentially, going from a the usual amounts of $25 or $50 to asking for $10,000 as a starting point.
In the second letter, he includes another twisted truthiness statement when he said that we were trying to prevent him from putting in his "reforms desperately needed to revive our state's economy-in-crisis."
That is a true statement in the sense that Wisconsin's economy wasn't in crisis before he took over and we didn't want him to put it in one.
If you weren't fired up for the recall before, or if your passion was starting to wane, this should get the flames burning hot again.