You probably heard about Tuesday's recall election against Wisconsin Rep. Governor Scott Walker. Gov. Walker, who faced major public outcry over his dismantling of unions and removal of public bargaining in his state, has survived the recall effort against him and now remains governor of Wisconsin. Many democrats, progressives and union supporters are obviously dissapointed by the loss.
So what happened? Do Americans no longer care for union rights? Or are they more against petty issue-related recall efforts? Check out CNN's video above—Do you agree with the man's claim that "democracy is dead?" Or is that going to far? Does the failure to recall Gov. Walker bode poorly for President Obama's reelection efforts in that state and beyond?
It all remains to be seen ... but please leave your thoughts in the comments section of this post and let us know what you think!