In Iowa, Scott Walker's No Paul Ryan
Polling in Iowa shows former Scott Walker friend Paul Ryan rated most favorably by Republicans voters, while union-buster and book co-author Walker is tied for sixth in a group of ten possible 2016 Presidential GOP nominees.
Here are the numbers.
And yes, it's early...
maybe Iowa will take both of them off our hands.
It will, however, be helpful for both of them to spend time on the campaign trail. It will be time they can't spend screwing up our state any further.
How about let's make sure neither CAN be screwing up our state after 2014. And if Dems grow a spine and call out these sham artists, this will be the case.
No Rep. Pelosi, those of us outside of DC aren't embracing the suck. And neither should you, Tammy.
I agree. Wouldn't it be great if Scott Walker and Paul Ryan were on the same ticket and won. They wouldn't be a thorn in the side of progressives in Wisconsin.
I like the way you think, Jake.
Hah. Walker/Ryan (or Ryan/Walker? The prima donna tantrums while they work out who's on top will be priceless). Do it, GOP. It is my greatest fear. I tremble at the awesome stategery of a Wisconsin/Wisconsin ticket and how that would appeal to the rest of the nation.
The 12 Amendment to to the US Constitution forbids electors from a state voting for more than one candidate on the presidential/vice-presidential ballot from their state, so Wisconsin electors could not vote for both Ryan and Walker, and in a close election, like in 2000, Wisconsin's electors could cost the GOP a win.
This is why, prior to the 2000 election, Dick Cheney moved his registration back to Wyoming from Texas. Had he not done that, Al Gore might have been declared the winner regardless of FL.
Among the many reasons why they both won't be on the same ballot.
Notice that all Mr. Anonymous has is "progressives don't like us"? Shows 2 things. 1. The righties are truly out of ideas and have nothing but negativity to them and 2. Bill Maher was right- these guys never mentally progressed past 14 years old, since all they want to do is grab attention and annoy people.
If we had anything resembling a real media, Scott Walker's and Paul Ryan's careers would be over already, because what they try to peddle are proven failures. It's a testament to the gutlessness of corporate media and shriveled-up suburbanites that those grifters still pull a (taxpayer-funded) check.
Bill Maher also complains about the high taxes in California. Taxes for government unions and their unfunded liability.
Progressively thinking, Bill Maher must be supporting Scott Walker.
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