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    Scott Walker: My Family Targeted

    WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 27:  Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker makes remarks to the news media after a meeting of the National Governors Association with President Barack Obama at the White House February 27, 2012 in Washington, DC. The bipartisan association is finishing its three-day meeting today. Walker, a Republican, will probably face a recall election this year, an effort spearheaded in part by Democrats and pro-union supporters in his state.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

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    Scott Walker wants his opponents to lay off his family. The Wisconsin governor, who faces a recall election in June, said his mother and teenage son were "yelled at" at a grocery store and his children have been "targeted on Facebook." During an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network, Walker also blamed unions for pushing the recall election. "I think it's flat-out intimidation," he said. "I think what they clearly want to show is that if they win, they can take me out, and if they can take me out, they can take anybody out."

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