Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Can anyone translate this R. Kleefisch word salad?

I don't know what world she's been living in or what media she's been seeing, but it looks like she's inherited Scott Walker's difficulties with the English language:
"Gov. Walker took the great Wisconsin story from coast to coast," Kleefisch said in an interview. "The asset of having our economic development story just below the masthead of every newspaper, and on every lower-third graphic on television stations, I think is very advantageous."
Like this?
Chicago Tribune
Scott Walker's Wisconsin jobs agency gave out $124 million without review 
Or this? 
Washington Post
Scott Walker’s jobs record falls short of most of other GOP governors running
Or this:  
Minneapolis StarTribune

Wisconsin ranks 30th in private-sector job growth over 12-month period


Anonymous said...

This word salad from a former news caster? She has been around Walker too long. Stupid is contagious!

Jake formerly of the LP said...

Oh, it gave a picture of Wisconsin to the national media, alright. A picture of a state with an underperforming econonh filled with easily-duped yokes who vote out of resentment of others.

And no Becky, that's not a good thing in the outside world, no matter how it plays in the Bubble-land known as Western Waukesha County.

Jeb! said...

Like my brother once said...Fool me once..um..no it was


Anonymous said...

Translation: Stupid is as stupid does.

Anonymous said...

Blame kleefisch for whatever you like. She is a figurehead with a high-paying job which literally demands nothing from her. She and her husband suckle on the public teat, occasionally removing it from their slobbering piggish mouths to tell you that there will be none left for peons like YOU.

The real propaganda machine is MJS/jsonline

my5cents said...

What an airhead. This is what we would get if Walker resigns and takes a more lucrative job. Her and her far right-wing Legislator husband will be running the state. OMG!! Save us all.

Humanities_excite said...

Caribou Barbie cedes her role as Interim-Governor, sneaking in one bold grasp of the microphone, defying the Conservative social-pecking-order that will soon return her to the broom closet.

Raven said...

Not to be forgotten, from back in April:

'Wisconsin roads third-worst in nation, study finds'
(Wisconsin Rapids Tribune, 4/25/2015)

     Wisconsin's roads are the third-worst in the nation and the potholes and other problems that plague them cost drivers in some cities almost twice the national average in repairs and associated costs, according to a new study of the state's highway system.
     The numbers mark a dramatic decline in road quality. As recently as 11 years ago, Wisconsin's roads ranked No. 22 in the nation, and their deterioration affects almost every industry and motorist in the state, according to the study commissioned by the Local Government of Wisconsin Institute.