Rush On Scott Walker’s Wisconsin Success

Posted January 25th, 2014 by Iron Mike

We heard this on Fox, and now from Rush, but nowhere else.
How many Republican governor candidates will have the courage to follow Scott’s lead in 2014?

4 Responses to “Rush On Scott Walker’s Wisconsin Success”

  1. Casey Chapman

    I’m afraid Scott’s theme song will be the old 3 dog night tune: “One is the Loneliest Number”.

  2. Blossom Stiefel

    Governor Scott Walker is a great American. In his book: “Unintimidated: A Governor’s Story and a Nations Challenge” he says “Washington measures success by how many people are dependent on government. I measure by how many people are no longer dependent”.

    He goes on to say “I wrote this quote in the book because we need to define to American people what really matters. We need a message. When I became governor I took the attitude that success needs to be measured by how many people will get off unemployment. Not that we kicked them off to the curb, but because we empowered them to control their own life and destiny.

    We as Republicans need to show Americans how our ideas will lead them to a better life that is not controlled by government”. Our only salvation is to vote out this administration in November!

  3. Walter Knight

    The same economic miracle happened in Texas where health care costs were brought down by putting a liability cap on medical lawsuits. That allowed businesses to relocate to Texas because they could afford to be competitive.

    How do we overcome a hostile liberal controlled press? Like it or not dealing with a biased press is part of the vetting process. Candidates sheer will of personality is the key.

    When Gov Christy when on the Letterman show he was walking in to enemy territory. Letterman intended to demonize Christy. The press made a big deal of saying Christy was not healthy enough (too fat) to be President. The first thing Christy did was pull a hamburger out of his coat and eat it in front of Letterman. After that, the audience was his.

    Rush says the best way to fight frenzied liberals is to laugh at them. That’s why you call them moonbats. Californians call Gov Brown a fruitfly. The Village Idiot, well with that fool, all you have to do is point a camera at him.

    What other Republican have the personality and will to overcome? Maybe Gov Huckleberry. The rest get flustered and shrill. Yes ideas and policies are important. But, the messenger is important, too.

  4. Walter Knight

    Disclaimer: I usually don’t watch Letterman.