Friday, September 24, 2010

Walker Says Plan's Fake Size Is Someone Else's Fault

The Journal Sentinel editorial board has supported Scott Walker in a primary endorsement editorial, in part, because he told them the buck stopped with him,

But when caught in an embarrassing fakery and trickery in the release of his jobs plan, I guess the buck does not stop with Walker, where the spinning has always started.


Anonymous said...

Since when has font size became a major campaign issue?

How long will it be before you start referring to "Fontgate"?

Seriously Rowen - you are losing it - a lot like Barrett will on Nov. 2nd.

Have to admit though, your desperation in the meantime is extremely amusing.

xoff said...

The one thing Walker has been most consistent about during his years in office is his refusal to take responsibility for anything. It is always someone else's fault.

In Walker world, the buck never stops with him. He just passes it.

James Rowen said...

As I think you know, the font was increased by Team Walker (is Walker actually in charge there?) to make a memo of about two pages or three pages - - less than 1,000 words - - look like a 68-page document, or one page longer that Barrett's 67-page, true plan, which was released and published first.

James Rowen said...

Expanding on the theme:

Completely Disgusted said...

The bigger the font, the smaller the . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . um, brain?