Sunday, March 13, 2011

Scott Walker: Presidential Material???

Scott Walker is from my hometown of Wauwatosa, after Milwaukee and Madison the third largest municipality in Wisconsin, slightly larger in population than Green Bay, home of the World Champion Packers and justly noted as "Titletown" for its 13 NFL Championships. So with my own homie prejudice declared, I think that the attached Wall Street Journal article should be considered as a basis for considering Scott as POTUS potential.

The reason for this is very simple. Most GOP professional politicians are averse to rocking the boat and content to allow the steady hemorrhaging of private sector taxpayer rights as long as they themselves have access to the big-money government trough.

Walker seems to be a different breed of cat or a horse of a different color, to use metaphors that the earthy Midwesterner or two reading this might appreciate. [On the Left Coasts, animals seem to be relegated to household pet status or racetrack competitor]. Scott sums up the homely example of his brother and sister-in-law, both employed in the private sector with none of the cushy protections that the Bolsheviks in the media and Hollyweird and the academy, along with their useful idiot fellow travellers, have bestowed upon the unions over decades of Democrat racketeering [contribute to my campaign, get the cushy contract].
The Wall Street Journal seems to agree, but time will tell.

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