Politics today are nothing like they were before Gov. Walker. Years ago if you disagreed with your friend or neighbor on state politics it was an “enjoyable” conversation. If they supported a Republican Governor/candidate, you kind of shrugged it off. Your emotions didn’t boil. You didn’t have a strong urge to debate it. If it came up great, if it didn’t even better. Now, everything has changed. If you follow politics, even a little, it’s hard not to get disappointed when you see those “support” signs and there are so many of them around. Even the Koch brothers and Karl Rove backed organizations are handing them out. With that being said, get a Recall Walker sign in your yard or put a bumper sticker on your vehicle. I don’t think those yard signs/stickers do anything except for now. People ARE taking notice. Yard signs or bumper stickers will change somebody’s mind.
If you don’t follow politics that closely, learn a couple of talking points of what Gov. Walker did or wanted to do. An easy fact to remember, in support of teachers, (because that will be the first complain by someone who supports the Gov) is that teachers agreed to lower pay for better benefits back in the 80’s. So they actually got double whammied with the new collective bargaining law.
There were more efficient ways to get things done and Gov. Walker wanted no part of them. He wanted this—anger from both sides. Please do your part. Get a sign from your local Democratic office or online and put it up with pride! Don’t back down from conversations---just know some talking points ("We're broke" was rated false by Politifact) or give them some websites. You won’t change the diehard Gov. Walker supporter, but you will help more than you know.