Friday, February 20, 2015

Scott Walker’s cowardice should disqualify him

Giuliani, the former New York mayor; Certainly don’t look to Walker, who, in trying to establish himself as the man to lead the country after the 2016 election, is avoiding anything that might resemble leadership.

At home in Wisconsin, Walker’s leadership has been conspicuously missing. His tax cuts have left the state with a $283 million deficit that needs to be covered by midyear and a deficit projected at $2 billion for the two years beginning in July. Bloomberg News reported this week that the state will delay $108 million in debt payments due in May — a move that will ultimately increase the amount Wisconsin has to pay.

Click here to read the article in the Washington Post

6 comments:

SER said...

Walker has spent a lot of money on different trips like to New York, London and others claiming these trip will help bring in jobs to the state and help education...

I really don't like talking politics because I just don't keep up on them enough to talk intelligently about subjects. But in the same turn you don't need to read a 20 page article to realize Walker is wrong for our State and if he not good for the state...well you know where I'm going.

Tricky Dicky said...

I agree with what SER has said.

I clicked on the link and read the entire article - thanks for posting it - everybody needs to read it.

OKIE said...

I don't think those trips are for helping education. They only thing they are doing is helping Scott establish himself as a Presidential candidate.

While the state is late on payments, he is in New York City meeting with possible donors.

I guess you guys know what his priorities are. Guess what, it ain't you.

kkdither said...

Just wait until the Right to Work legislation gets crammed through and rushed into law. Welcome to Wis-a-sippi.

He's letting Fitzgerald take the reins on this so it won't have a negative effect on his presidential run. He was the one, when referring to Act 10, that said, and was caught on camera, that his plan was to divide and conquer. Now, he only speaks in generalizations, and only on safe topics.

Toad said...

I'll only say, he Is an EVIL man, and the BEST part Is that he Is the SON of a PREACHER. NOW, how can that possibly be? Do they call that "The Bad Seed"?

OrbsCorbs said...

I don't like Walker, but I didn't like "Diamond Jim" Doyle, either. Maybe I hate all politicians. The Libertarians seem to be the ones closest to the Constitution.

SER, I have a friend who gets the Sunday New York Times and reads all about foreign affairs. I feel like an idiot when we get on the subject.