Thursday, August 29, 2013

Walker Office Tries To Manage News About 250,000 Jobs FUBAR

Call it a 25-year pattern.

Bad enough that Scott Walker tried to slip away from his 250,000 new jobs promise, but how about this effort by his news secretary to get a TV station to delete the story from its news feed?

Walker's press secretary, Tom Evenson, called Newswatch 12 on Tuesday, and asked if we could be persuaded to take Monday's story off our website.

Our original story is linked below.

Related Weblinks:
YouTube: Governor Walker's February 28, 2010, Interview on Up Front With Mike Gousha
PolitiFact Wisconsin: Some progress in July, but has the promise become a 'goal'?
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Promise of 250,000 jobs hasn't changed, Scott Walker says
WJFW: Walker backs off campaign jobs pledge at Merrill stop
Begging the age-old question: what's worst - - the offending action or the coverup?



Anonymous said...

Not only is Walker bad for Wisconsin, he will be bad for the country. I think he is just as bad, if not worse, than Obama.

CJ said...

If you watch him, you already know that Walker is a master at stage craft and very controlled messaging.

We just didn't understand to what length and depth his control goes to.

I would to screen capture of just about everything you can while it's still "out there".

Noticed he's trying to get in front of the captial singer situtation by repeatedly talking about welcoming protestors, but they should get a permit and follow the rules like everybody else.....

Alois said...

I don't understand all this fussing over "permits." What if Walker demanded that I have a permit to practice my Amish religion? What if he wanted me to produce a permit to listen to my favorite radio station?

The violation of First Amendment rights would be exactly the same. In fact, the violations would be against the SAME PARAGRAPH of the Second Article of the Bill of Rights.