February 17, 2011

Scott Walker receives 8,000 emails

"Most of which" supported him, said the Wisconsin governor. Math is not my strong suit, but I believe that's less than 30,000 protesters.

Walker also said that repealing statutory provisions guaranteeing public employees collective bargaining rights was "a modest request."

And Governor Walker, who enjoys an unseemly symbiotic relationship with local medium wave squawker and professional dissembler Charlie Sykes, mocked a reporter's question for its "editorializing."*

Walker is almost as funny as Ron Johnson.

* WI Gov. Scott Walker booked for Fox News Sunday — LA Times

Yes, because there sure won't be any editorializing there.

See also: Walker key premise is false


Anonymous said...

You nailed it. I thought his comment to the reporter was immature and an attempt to control the dialogue.

I also thought Walker looked a little rattled, like something was bugging him. I suspect he realized that instead of being the guy who would be seen as showing his party how to run the Republican agenda, he is being seen in his own party as the guy who showed what NOT to do.

Anonymous said...

And of those 30k, 20k were students that had no idea what was going on.

illusory tenant said...

Collective bargaining rights are not that hard to understand.

Anonymous said...

LOL! 30,000 protesters?? How many were actually from Wisconsin, Dingaling?

illusory tenant said...

How many of the Republican Governors Association were actually from Wisconsin when they were running $5M in ads attacking Tom Barrett?