Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Scott Walker: A Plan For One Job

Scott Walker's embarrassingly thin (but in HUGE type, with a dozen or so words on each page to stretch to 68 'pages,' or one more than Tom Barrett's longer-standing, detailed, 67-real pages plan: remember triple-spacing term papers, or writing on one side of the page only in blue books) jobs plan reminds us again of the real Walker goal:

One job.

The Governor's.

That's been the real plan since Walker went after the County Exec position in 2002 and began his run for Governor.

And which is now drawing critical national attention.


Anonymous said...

this reminds me of when nixon released transcripts from his tapes after the saturday night massacre. he had a stack of ring binders next to him - full of blank pages or only a few lines on many of the pages.

Anonymous said...

So Rowen, in light of the Dan Bice article from Sunday have a question for you.

Were you knowingly part of this organized effort, or just a willing stooge?

James Rowen said...

I don't get the question? I read Bice's article in the paper like everyone else.

Any criticism I have of the Walker campaign is all mine, which I gather is why you are such a fan of this blog.

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