Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Walker's Tired, Out-Of-State-Agitator Rhetoric A Sign Of Weakness

I heard Walker on the radio this morning repeating his tired, talking-point spin about union bosses stage-managing the recall movement. I know he knows he is facing a grassroots phenomenon, but does he fully grasp that it is completely his doing? He's Recall Organizer #1.

And Walker made an hilarious complaint about the recall being all about power.

If he had stuck around to finish his college studies, and taken Psychology 101, he'd have gained a rudimentary understanding of "projection," and been able to work his way around that self-inflicted trap:

Projection is a form of defense in which unwanted feelings are displaced onto another person, where they then appear as a threat from the external world. A common form of projection occurs when an individual, threatened by his own angry feelings, accuses another of harbouring hostile thoughts.


Reagan's Disciple said...

Grass roots?

Looks like a lot of those seeds from Illinois and DC are trying to pollinate the WI political scene.

James Rowen said...

Spin, spin, spin away. All your wounds are self-inflicted.

Boxer said...

Yes, grass roots, Disciple of the Dead. You wouldn't know a grass root if it bit you in the ankle.

Boxer said...

If all of the protesters and recall organizers are from out-of-state, then our boy shouldn't have anything to worry about, should he?

Jake formerly of the LP said...

Indeed it is projection. Always is with these weaklings. They seem incapable of understanding that real people just might do things for different and less nefarious reasons than they do.

And they wonder reality's liberal bias constantly leaves them confused.