Thursday, September 23, 2010

Walker Disowns Post On His Blog - - But Not The Subject

The subject was Walker's juvenile jobs' plan that was inflated to 68-pages using huge type to counter Tom Barrett's detailed, 67-page plan.

Walker, says jsonline, is disassociating himself from an entry about the mess - - "lots and lots of pages" - - but not the plan's fakery.

Here's what it is that Walker is willing to criticize; talk about engaging in more misdirection:

Presenting Scott Walker's 68 Page Plan to Create 250,000 Jobs

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  • Submitted by Michael Brickman on Fri, 09/17/2010 - 4:43pm
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After Scott's big primary victory, he has been traveling the state to spread the word about his plan to get government out of the way to allow the private sector to create 250,000 jobs during his first term.  The highlights:
  • Lower Taxes
  • Eliminate Red Tape
  • End Frivolous Lawsuits That Kill Jobs
  • Improve the Education of Tomorrow’s Workforce
  • Make Health Care Affordable
  • Invest in Infrastructure
Rather than put out thick packet of fluff that few will read, Scott Walker is actually proposing ideas that will fundamentally change the direction of our state for the better.  Still, while Barrett's plan is lacking in ideas and vision, we confess it does have a lot of pages - 67 to be exact.  So, not to be outdone, the Team Tosa Blog is proud to present Scott Walker's 68 PAGE JOBS PLAN!
It's the best of both worlds: good, substantive ideas for people who are into that type of thing, but also lots and lots of pages!!!


Happy scrolling.
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