[Updated Sunday, 2:00 a.m.] Walker has done this continually, but at some point the other Republican presidential hopefuls need to tell Walker that his constant assumption of Reagan's identity is self-serving, unseemly, and in 2015, irrelevant:
In his stop in Urbandale [Iowa], Walker dismissed an assertion by Rubio that "there's no way (governors running for president will) be ready on day one to manage U.S. foreign policy."
"I think again he's questioning how Ronald Reagan was ready," Walker said of the former president and California governor. "I think governors innately have the ability to lead."And really, "governors innately have the ability to lead?" Some sort of natural selection, dare we say, evolution at work here?
Did Walker watch Missouri's Gov. Jay Nixon recently botch the state's response to the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, let alone to the endemic corruption of that city's police and civic administration?
Florida Gov. Rick Scott's misspending of millions of dollars of taxpayer money on unneeded drug tests for aid recipients?
His buddy New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's bridge traffic and pension system mismanagement?
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's destruction of the state's image and tourism appeal over that uncalled-for gay-discrimination law?
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty's veto of transportation improvement funding prior to the collapse of the I-35 bridge?
Or just Google Governors Faubus, Wallace, Barnett...