He tells the gang at Fox and Friends that he blew up collective bargaining and set the entire state on fire politically because he thought it was how a small businessman would operate:
“I looked at it kind of like a small business owner. I said, ‘Here is a problem. Here is a solution. Now just go out there and fix it.’Now stop right there to see three FUBARS on display:
* Walker was head of a large organization that spends more than $30 billion a year, has 5.6 million shareholders and square-mileage territory a lot larger and more complex than that of your average independent business.
No small business has a workforce, product inventory, fleet, mission, legal standing, history and role anything "like" a state. Wisconsin has the National Guard and military reserves, for good goodness' sake.
* And Walker has been a career politician and public employee most of his adult life. He has never been a small businessman and therefore should not be behaving like the business owner of his fantasies.
And he thinks he can create 10,000 new businesses in the state, when he knows nothing about running anything?
* As I've said before, this is Walker demonstrating the bad kind of transparency - - the kind that is talking-point driven, and which you can see right through - - especially when it's on the TeeVee.