Flashback Friday editorial quote of the day
As Walker is expeditiously booted from or quitting the chairmanship of the failing jobs agency he created, we reprise for context the opening of The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's 2010 Scott Walker endorsement:
Scott Walker has said repeatedly during his campaign for governor that he will develop strategies to create 250,000 new jobs during his first term.
It's a big promise - one that has been derided by his critics. But for the sake of Wisconsin, Walker had better be right.
He was dreadfully wrong and he didn't quit he asked to be relieved of the chairmanship so he could disassociate himself from his failed and corrupt agency and his dismal jobs record. In short he cut and ran, the great un-intimidated dictator wouldn't even stand up and be accountable for his actions. All it takes to be a dictator is power and selfish ambition; to be a leader it takes courage and compassion; he has the former but not the latter!. Let the federal investigations begin.
But for the sake of Wisconsin, Walker had better be right.
And if he's not? Well, never mind.
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