Walker's political posse is revealed as cravenly one-dimensional and cold-hearted in the face of tragedy.
Even the Journal Sentinel, which routinely endorsed his candidacies, now calls some of the recent revelations "seamy."
But laughably two-faced when it came to his sitting atop and managing an ethically-grounded campaign - - a requirement, you'd presume, of public service.
It's hard to keep up with the jokes in this Scott Walker ethics reform plan still decorating a Walker campaign web page - - but as more of his associates and appointees are headed for trial, sentencing and jail, and this is turkey day, here's a little morsel from the Walker files still tasty after all these years.
Match up the disclosure that Walket's campaign staff was directing public employees' work and vetting official communications - - sort of a shadow government with Walker's career as its goal - - with this pledge from a purportedly-reform-minded Scott Walker when he eye the Governor's Office in 2006:
"My plan seeks to restore the public trust, and instill the confidence that our elected leaders are working for the people," Walker added.
- Scott Walker will require every member of his administration to attend ethics training every two years to ensure that all executive staff members are aware of ethics standards and laws.