The Positive, Conservative Message Of Scott Walker: “D’oh”

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More Bright Ideas From Scott Walker

We have not checked in for a long while with our old pal, hot ham cognoscente Scott Walker, the notorious wall-eyed git hired to further enrich the fortune of Koch Industries in the midwest, and the greatest fanboi of the Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution that the Kochs ever had.

Walker flamed-out early in the 2016 Goat Rodeo when he discovered that the only supporters he had came from inside his house, and his family was visibly getting wobbly. His immortal words, conceding that this was not his Goat Rodeo, rang like a clarion across the plains:

“Today, I believe that I am being called to lead by helping to clear the field in this race so that a positive conservative message can rise to the top,” Walker said. “With this in mind, I am suspending my campaign immediately.”

“Tomorrow,” Walker didn’t say, “I might be told I believe something else. Right Dave? Right Chuck?”

Anyway, in December he was trying to pay off his campaign debt by having a fire sale on his campaign lapel flag pin-type schwag and other merch left behind as his staff fled the premises like rats in a drain. Crooks and Liars tells us today the state of play in his campaign debt:

The presidential campaign committee of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker spent $1.4 million last quarter paying former staff and vendors and refunding excess contributions, leaving him with $1.2 million in debt from his failed White House bid, new Federal Election Commission filings show.

Dude gonna need to sell some more flag pins.

In addition, Walker is now refusing to reimburse his state for the security detail that travelled with him on his doomed quest to be preznint; every cent counts, and that means his state’s tax payers are now subsidizing his campaign, and his state budget will probably not balance.

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13 Responses to The Positive, Conservative Message Of Scott Walker: “D’oh”

  1. Frankly, I am surprised he paid staff and vendors at all. Having done work for rightwing bootstrapping rich people who worked hard to inherit their money, I have gotten stiffed by them more often than I should count, because it is not good for my blood pressure….


  2. Yeah, now they’re looking for the people of Wisconsin to pay for that. Party of Personal Responsibility, y’all…


  3. Considering the gerrymandered majority of rightwing nut jobs, assorted reactionary dimwits, dipshits, and grifters they have installed in the Koch Subsidiary Middle-Manager positions, I would not be surprised if they didn’t find a way to take the money from schoolchildren, little old ladies, and by selling public water utilities (because Flint is SO! SUCCESSFUL!)


  4. He’s starting his next campaign, and Isthmus did a recent review of 6 Democrats who might challenge him. The strongest is my House Representative, Gwen Moore; but as the article says, the Wisconsin Dems are far too timid (and at this point, kind of have the beaten-spouse syndrome) to run a strong black woman statewide; besides, Walker’s constituency is the aggrieved, resentful, out-state old white racist dude demographic, so I think the numbers aren’t there, even with the dominance of the urban areas….other than that, it’s going to be another case of shitty Dem candidates running shitty campaigns in areas that are hostile to the urban parts of the state. I weep…


  5. Kandace says:

    I believe Snotty Scotty has also put his home up for sale. He’s claiming the need to downsize.


  6. Osirisopto says:

    He could sell some blood. That’s $20.


  7. Bruce388 says:

    Why do these Repugs look so goddamn stupid?


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  9. roket says:

    The notorious wall-eyed git will always have the corporate welfare to fall back on.


  10. C Montgomery Burns says:

    Refunding contributions?
    He is stupid, even for a tea-bagger.


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