Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Scott Walker - Surrounded!

John Schulze, the Face of Wisconsin GOPsters
Is that Strike 3? I can't keep track anymore of Walker's selected subordinates who have had to leave their jobs because they couldn't keep their racism or the fact they're an A$$hole to themselves.

As of today, John Schulze, a long time fixture of the Badgered State Republicons is no longer Legal Counsel for Walker's DOT. He thought an email about VD, Blowjobs, and bringing prostitution to the Dells and a jobs program for poor people was funny and couldn't resist sharing. No wonder Republicons think Dennis Miller is a comedian, they have no sense of humor either!

Then there was the email from County Executive Walker's Chief of Staff Tom Nardelli who thought a story ending like this was funny and worthy of wide distribution: "Say it isn't so!!! I can handle being a black, disabled, one armed, drug addicted, Jewish homosexual an a pacemaker who is HIV positive, bald, orphaned, unemployed, lives in a slum, and has a Mexican boyfriend, please, Oh dear God, please don't tell me I'm a Democrat!"

So how would judge Scott "Divide & Conquer" Walker in light of the recent revelations above, the Walker tried to dismiss as "old news"?

  • His austerity steeped failure to create the 250,000 jobs he promised or even keep pace with job growth nationally?
  • His inability to manage the Frankenagency (WEDC) that he created in a fiscally responsible manner?
  • The felonies committed right under his nose by his staff as Milwaukee County Executive, supposedly without his having a clue?
  • Or the values of utter ILL-WILL expressed by the staff he selected to represent his Administration?
What would Scott Walker say? "Governors should be defined not just by what they do and say, but who they surround themselves with, making sure to have the smartest person for a particular task or to head a specific agency. They should be judged on that basis and who they take advice from." - Scott Walker, interview with The American Thinker, January 14, 2014

Well Gubnah, I couldn't agree more!

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