Thursday, April 23, 2015

In more successful MN, Walker touts less-successful WI

My favorite Walker story of the week, wherein he tries to convince Minnesota, with its faster-growing and more prosperous economy, that laggard-Wisconsin under his 'GOP leadership' is on the rise.

And the education spending gap favoring Minnesota over Wisconsin is highlighted by Walker three times misusing "Democrat" for "Democratic" in a single sentence.


Anonymous said...

Scott seems to think there's the Republicans and then possibly but not for sure, the "Democrats."

He'll learn come 2016.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if his divide and conquer will even work in Minnesota where the politicians seem to get things done in a bipartisan way.

Raven said...

The "Democrat Party" rather than the "Democratic Party" is a sibbolet... sibbolet... sorry, shibboleth of the far right, encouraged by Rush Limbaugh. I.O.W. it's a "dog-whistle" to show his fellow far-rightists he's one of them, for those who didn't already know.

Jake formerly of the LP said...

Exactly. It's intentional, and the mark of low class partisan GOPper trash