So what’s next?
It’s the question people keep asking. Now that Democrats defeated two incumbent Republican state senators in Wisconsin, while defending all three Democrats, what should we learn from this?
To that, I pose a simple question back to you. WWSWD? Yup, you guessed it, What Would Scott Walker Do? A lot can be learned from Wisconsin’s extremist governor, who has been telegraphing his plays since the day he spilled the beans on that fake call with someone pretending to be one of the Koch Brothers many months ago.
Have you noticed that Scott Walker has been mentioning the word bipartisan every chance he gets lately? Maybe it’s because he’s seeing the same polling everyone else is. Scott Walker is one of the least popular governors in the entire country, and people are tired of the extremist politics.
Now don’t jump to any conclusions just yet.
Scott Walker may have seen the polling, but much like he treats Wisconsin’s pro-labor majority, he’s not listening. Scott Walker’s polling tells him to be more bipartisan.
The book “1984” made the term popular for deliberately ambiguous or evasive language. Pretty soon, Walker will create a Ministry of Truth that will rewrite the very history books we use to teach our kids.
Now, he’s giving bipartisanship lip service every chance he gets. Yet, when it comes right down to it, it’s just doublespeak.
- Polling Shows Feingold Would Offer Biggest Challenge to Walker in Recall (news.firedoglake.com)
- Wisconsin Recall Update IV (538refugees.wordpress.com)
- Matt Damon: Recall Scott Walker (huffingtonpost.com)
- Dems Easily Fend Off Recalls in Wisconsin (slog.thestranger.com)
- Breaking… Two Wisconsin Democrats win recall votes (skydancingblog.com)
- 2 Democrats keep their seats in Wisconsin recall election (cnn.com)