August 22, 2013

"Right now, I’ve got my hands full being governor... I’m not real involved yet."

"Strike that last word."

Said Scott Walker, quoted in a Politico article titled "Scott Walker’s stealth 2016 strategy."

11 comments:

MadisonMan said...

Hands full doing what? That's the obvious question.

Almost Ali said...

A good man, Walker - but as a practical matter he doesn't have a chance. Unlike Christie, he's not part of the GOP/Dem coalition.

RecChief said...

At least he might be able to articulate a conservative viewpoint, if you are into that kind of thing. I think a governor would be a better choice than a senator. He might be a tea party favorite, but since the big media have labeled anyone who believes we should actually follow the Constitution as racist nutjobs, I don't think he will make it out of the primaries.

machine said...

Ah yes...the GED candidate....perfect!

Hagar said...

I would be in favor of a Constitutional Amendment barring Members of Congress from being elected President until at least 2 years have passed after their leaving Congress.

G Bugg said...

ha!

Mark said...

His book comes out in November. There will be no denying it after that point.

I just wish he spent more than half his summer in-state, instead of at out-of-state fundraisers. Guy hardly lives here anymore already.

TosaGuy said...

"Ah yes...the GED candidate....perfect!"

Yet no Democrat in Wisconsin is smart enough to beat him.

TosaGuy said...

"I just wish he spent more than half his summer in-state, instead of at out-of-state fundraisers. Guy hardly lives here anymore already."

He is home enough to mow his own lawn. I see it all the time.

Mark said...

Ah, then he is like George Bush.

Seen all the time clearing brush but not so much doing the people's business.

This week there was twice his office sent out press releases from Walker which gave his location as `Madison'. He wasn't in town all week.

TosaGuy said...

Mark

This complaint about Walker will get you as much mileage with voters as it did in 2012 for conservatives who harped on Obama playing too much golf in too distant of locations with too many big shot donors.