April 4, 2011

Walker wants you to feel sorry for his sandwich

As Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's political disasters accumulate, he's making sandwiches and showing them to you on the Tweeter.

And that is one sad mofo of a sandwich. Consider it felt sorry for.

(Meanwhile Bob Jambois is eating Walker's lunch in court.)

15 comments:

Ordinary Jill said...

I think he's trying to tell everyone that his brown bag does not contain a turd sandwich.

illusory tenant said...

"Is he the turd?"

John Foust said...

That's wheat? That's cheese? The spread looks thin; I'd say Miracle Whip.

illusory tenant said...

Somebody should send the poor sod a Glorioso's gift basket.

John Foust said...

And Sciortino's for cookies.

Tell me that was the fake Twitter Governor, not the real one.

illusory tenant said...

I wish I could.

grumps said...

That wasn't even Sargento cheese. They're biting down on a boycott bullet for him and he's using Velveeta on his "ham" sandwiches.

Mike said...

The best part is that four tweets later he's talking about lunch with state lawmakers. Did they all "brown bag" it? Did he share his sandwich? Did they let him bring the sandwich into whatever fancy restaurant they went to?

illusory tenant said...

I heard on the internet last time he went to a fancy place he got hooted up and right out the door.

illusory tenant said...

Also first time I ever seen scare quotes on a ham sandwich.

Anonymous said...

a hero ain't nothin but a sandwich- it certainly ain't walker.

John Foust said...

Check out the ragged edge, but oddly not a matching ragged edge on both slices. Certainly not something fancy like Kraft Deli Deluxe singles, which are square like his God intended. I dunno. Maybe he gets the free government cheese now... but he didn't cut it himself. That's pre-sliced cheese.

illusory tenant said...

Why in the world would he even post that thing? Is it a cry for help?

mamaraby said...

Color me confused on the whole Twitter thing. I don't get it when a certain Alaskan does it and I don't get the point when Scott Walker does it. Why do they think we care or perhaps even more importantly why does their bizarre use of Twitter make them a "leader."

Mike said...

My guess as to why he does it, is that his attempt to appear "folksy." He's saying "look, I make lunches for work just like you do."