August 20, 2013

"As governors, as state leaders, we’re more optimistic than our friends in Washington."

"We’re not just against something, we’re laying out a plan, laying out a vision. You don’t just sit back and nick the other side – you got to lay out a plan."

Said Scott Walker on "Morning Joe" yesterday. And then today:
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker slammed fellow Republicans Gov. Chris Christie (N.J.) and Sen. Rand Paul (Ky.) for thinking ahead to the 2016 election.

“At least on the Republican side I think it's too early,” Walker said on Fox News Tuesday morning. “I think it's a disservice both to the party and to the country.”
That's a slam? I'd like to see the whole transcript. What was the question, and was Walker doing anything other than declining to talk about speculation that he'll be a candidate?

7 comments:

paul a'barge said...

Everything is a slam when you're a Democrat/Leftie/Left-tard.

It's their central view of their reality.

Always slam them back.

Hagar said...

The emo-prog/o-bot principle applies to a good many subjects/persons these days.

TMink said...

Republicans could do much, much worse than nominating your fine governor. I would vote for him.

Trey

Harold House said...

and what would that plan be Mr. Walker? Koch brothers called you up and told you yet?

paminwi said...

Harold: really? The Koch Brothers? Isn't this getting a little tired? Where is your imagination?

Unknown said...

Kock Brothers!!!!1!

That's entertainment. I love lefty psycho talk!! Way to go!!!

clint said...

Of course it's a slam. They got a prominent Republican to say something vaguely critical of another prominent Republican.

It's "Let's you and him fight."