I am terribly upset reading the morning papers again. The steam roller politics of the governor (and I use the term loosely) are frightening and upsetting.
That people are calling on their Gods to bless Scott Walker's "stay the course" antics makes me sick. Clearly, the concept of "God" is lost on these pseudo-religious folks. Everyone knows God is a socialist, not a republican. But, tongue in cheek, I digress.
A clear picture is evolving on how Scott Walker got elected in the first place. He had plenty of conservative, billionaire funding to produce television commercials that appealed to people with red, white and blue blood running though their veins. It didn't matter that the political ads were lies and republican rhetoric. People bought into it; especially the ones who haven't seen the inside of a newspaper or magazine in the past decade.
Today, Scott Walker is again producing billionaire funded ads promoting his agenda, complete with the most simpering, ugly, self-righteous and sinister patriotic music playing in the background. The music grabs the attention of the Wisconsin people who voted this moron into office, while completely sweeping the facts of Scott Walker's political agenda under the rug.
I GOT A SONG FOR YOU WALKER, AND I INTEND TO SING IT AT THE TOP OF MY LUNGS TODAY IN MADISON.......
YOU SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION.........WELL, YOU KNOW, WE ALL WANT TO CHANGE THE WORLD.
Well, we most certainly want to change Wisconsin back to a great place. We will not allow Scott Walker to completely defecate all over this once great state, much the same way he urinated all over Milwaukee County. Let's drive him out of office and back to Wauwatosa, where he can ruminate over the fact that he's got no rich buddies anymore. Power neutralized, Walker is a NOBODY. I mean, why would David Koch call a cheap hack like Scott Walker? Pay for his b.s., yes, he'll do that. That protects David Koch's dollars. But socialize with him.......get serious.
The Scott Walkers of the world would not exist if we had sense and sanity in how we allow candidates to run their elections. We don't understand that the whole election process is an unfair game, under current rules of campaign contributions. Clearly, Mr. Walker bought the governorship. But watching him not have a clue on what to do with it would be comical if it didn't border so unpredictably on danger and chaos. It's sort of like watching a member of the ultra-wealthy class go out and buy a snow blower, then cut his hands off with it because he hasn't a clue how to do real labor. Mr. Walker hasn't got a clue how to be a governor. And it's not like UW offers a crash course.