Thursday, February 24, 2011

Seditious Scott Walker --- Prime Dupe


Yesterday, Ian Murphy, the editor of the website Buffalo Beast (which is down at the moment of this writing, presumably because of traffic) called up Scott Walker, the embattled governor of Wisconsin. However, Murphy identified himself as David Koch. Walker took the bait and engaged in a 20 minute conversation about the protests, the unions, the “Democrat bastards,” and the folks on Morning Joe. Walker’s staff has since confirmed that it is him on the phone.

In the conversation, “Koch” and Walker discuss the many ways to end the crisis. One section even includes what appears to be Walker’s plan to set a bit of a trap for the missing Wisconsin Democrats:
“An interesting idea that was brought up to me by my chief of staff, we won’t do it until tomorrow, is putting out an appeal to the Democratic leader. I would be willing to sit down and talk to him, the assembly Democrat leader, plus the other two Republican leaders—talk, not negotiate and listen to what they have to say if they will in turn—but I’ll only do it if all 14 of them will come back and sit down in the state assembly. They can recess it… the reason for that, we’re verifying it this afternoon, legally, we believe, once they’ve gone into session, they don’t physically have to be there. If they’re actually in session for that day, and they take a recess, the 19 Senate Republicans could then go into action and they’d have quorum because it’s turned out that way. So we’re double checking that. If you heard I was going to talk to them that’s the only reason why. We’d only do it if they came back to the capitol with all 14 of them. My sense is, hell. I’ll talk. If they want to yell at me for an hour, I’m used to that. I can deal with that. But I’m not negotiating.

Later “Koch” talks about “planting some troublemakers” but Walker shuts it down, while admitting they’ve “thought about it.”

Most interesting for us, perhaps, is Walker’s description his time on MSNBC:

“WALKER: Sooner or later the media stops finding it interesting.
“KOCH”: Well, not the liberal bastards on MSNBC.
WALKER: Oh yeah, but who watches that? I went on Morning Joe this morning. I like it because I just like being combative with those guys, but, uh. You know they’re off the deep end.
“KOCH”: Joe’s a good guy. He’s one of us.
WALKER: Yeah, he’s all right. He was fair to me and then the rest of them are out there. Although, I had fun. They had Schumer over from New York on ripping me and then they had this little clip of a state Senator hiding out and ripping me and it was almost too easy.
“KOCH”: Beautiful. Beautiful. You gotta love that Mika Brzezinski.
Walker: Oh yeah.
“KOCH”: She’s a real piece of ass.”

This is the statement released by Walker’s spokesperson:

“The Governor takes many calls everyday. Throughout this call the Governor maintained his appreciation for and commitment to civil discourse. He continued to say that the budget repair bill is about the budget. The phone call shows that the Governor says the same thing in private as he does in public and the lengths that others will go to disrupt the civil debate Wisconsin is having.”

A governor engaged in disruptive, bullying, seditious tactics does not appreciate nor is he committed to civil discourse.   I think we all need to understand that Scott Walker is a fascist and a mouthpiece of the rich.  For example, in this Senate Repair Bill is a clause that the State of Wisconsin can sell off state-owned power plants with no bids.  This is a sweetheart deal written into a bill for the benefit of people like David and Charles Koch.

We are on the brink of losing everything that was great about America very rapidly.  I wonder if the citizens of Germany felt the way I feel right now, when a terrible leader came into power and began his rants.  Because I feel that Scott Walker rants and raves, and there is absolutely NO intelligence, fairness or democracy behind the rants and raves, just the horrifying suspicion of a glimmer of insanity.  In fact, I seriously think Scott Walker needs to be subjected to a mental health examination.  Someone's deck is not quite full.

I strongly urge people to look into charges of sedition against Scott Walker, and all of his followers.  In the short time he has been in office, he has brought the State of Wisconsin to its knees, and not in worship of him.  He has alienated every thoughtful person in this state and he has lied (which is his only methodology) to everyone.  Scott Walker backers are people too unintelligent to do their own research and come up with their own conclusions on issues.  They take the word of Scott Walker as gospel.  Scott Walker is NOT fact, he seems to embody evil characteristics.   All of you "good Christians" out there better take a closer look at this devil.  I feel extraordinarily sorry for the large masses of  ignorant people in this state.  Scott Walker has given them plenty of rope, and they are willingly hanging themselves. 

And by the by, Mr. Walker's lazy eye matches his lazy brain.  Mr. Walker is starting to really increase my gag reflex with that stupid, simpering look.  You think the rich people in the country could have found someone more appealing and with a higher I.Q. to be their on-screen mouthpiece.  I guess I can take heart in the fact Walker was the best they could do. 

More importantly, what are the rational, sane people in Wisconsin going to do about Walker?   We absolutely need a plan to stop him; because without a plan to stop him, he'll just roll over every right we've ever had, while we stand by watching in disbelief and dismay.  Does this sound familiar and horrendous?  Mr. Walker does not represent the citizens of the State of Wisconsin.  He is a Tea Party Professional and a Puppet of the Rich and Powerful.  That Wisconsin citizens voted this guy into office is an absolute insult to all of the intelligent people in this State.

Citizen X

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