I've noted it before, and I'll continue to ask when I see it:
Why can't Scott Walker put together a couple of extemporaneous sentences without butchering the wording?
When asked about whether he'd support a mining tax (no), Walker responded:
I'm not issuing vetoes before I get bills in front of my desk," Walker said. "But I think you're right. That's not something I'm in favor of as a new tax in that regard."
Charlie Pierce has a nice rip on Walker this AM:
Plus, he uses the word "Gombeen".
Seems like it it pretty simple to understand.
He doesn't support a mining tax, but will not make a judgement on a bill until it reaches his desk.
Somehow he forgot to add "in terms of."
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