Picture of the Day: Scott Walker Recallmobile

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From the beginning of the Wisconsin labor protests on through the recall elections that happened on Tuesday, we've seen some pretty good signs. Those blue fists are very Democratic and intimidating.

This car ranks highly among homemade anti-Walker graphics. It goes to show that auto decoration isn't just for homecoming weekend.

On Tuesday, Democrats failed to take the state Senate majority in the latest round of legislative recalls, going two for six against recalled Republican state senators. Abe Sauer reports that momentum behind the push to recall Walker may be fading.

But with two sitting Democrats facing recall elections next Tuesday, we'll probably see some more creative anti-Walker signage next week.

And for the record, all late-90s and early-2000s Pontiacs look fat from this angle. It's the curves.

Image credit: Naomi Seligman

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Chris Good is a political reporter for ABC News. He was previously an associate editor at The Atlantic and a reporter for The Hill.

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