Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The Walker aide 'resignation' lets Walker evade responsibility

[Updated] Or comment, as this story in The Washington Post lets the falling-on-her-sword aide do the talking.

Walker not personally in the Journal Sentinel story, either.

We've seen this movie in Wisconsin:
Walker draws attention to history of evasion, finger-pointing
And we are amused at how fast Walker forgot the lines he memorized for his London punting trip:
Said Walker, Saturday, as if there were no Google, no collective memory, no mirrors in the State Capitol or Governor's Mansion:
"People expect a leader that's going to take responsibility for their actions," he added.

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