Thursday, May 22, 2014

As Tea Party Flounders, Don't Forget Scott Walker's Embrace

How things change.

Today they're writing the Tea Party's obit, but it wasn't that long ago that Scott Walker wanted credit for being its original in Wisconsin, so don't deny him his legacy:

From this CNN interview with Walker in 2012 - -  
Walker: 'I was the original Tea Party in Wisconsin' 
"When people ask me, 'How do you appeal to Tea Party folks?' I say: I was the original Tea Party in Wisconsin," Walker said.


Unknown said...

New to your blog. Nice work.
Dan Wilson

Anonymous said...

won't matter -- in 2012 Wisconsin did not swing 16+ points within a 5 month period: walker on the top by about 8 percentage points and then in November Obama at the top by approximately the same margin.

That is fiction -- the recall was STOLEN!

It can be mathematically proven -- this is why the media told the public all day that the race in june was "too close to call" based on exit polls -- the most accurate election polls that exist.

GAB will not release ward-by-ward data which would prove election fraud even to the majority of people that are intimidated by mathematical analysis.

But a cumulative vote share analysis across the state of the aggregated data available proves the june results IMPOSSIBLE.

The tea party was always a sham and unpopular. In Wisconsin, no one did more to prop up the lie that it was a massive powerful group than Journal Communications.

They will not say a thing when the November election is again stolen for walker.

Anonymous said...

It would be helpful if some knowledgeable person could paint a picture of what life in Wisconsin would be like after four more years of complete Republican control.

I wonder who will be tne next unsuspecting RINO to be driven out of public life for insufficient loyalty to the cause.

Alois said...

Uh oh, Dan... you just made Walker's Enemy List.