Sunday, May 17, 2015

Walker says visits to six countries makes him most-qualified on foreign policy

There is no end to this man's incoherent arrogance: 
Likely Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker argued on Sunday that he would be the most qualified person to lead the country’s foreign policy because he had visited six countries while serving as governor of Wisconsin.
Scott Walker speaks to CBS (screen grab) 
“As a governor, I’ve been, just recently in Germany, in Spain and France,” Walker explained. “Earlier in the year, it was the United Kingdom on trade related missions. A few years back in China and Japan. So, that’s probably the most of any governor of either party has is that experience in terms of trade relations.”
Strange that he missed a chance to explain his two-state solution.

(Editing note: Headline corrected from "six counties." Oops.)


Boxer said...

Ignorance or mere inefficiency? A single trip to DisneyWorld would have netted him international experience with 8 or 9 countries . . . just saying' . . . . .

Anonymous said...

It's a small world after all.