He's so serious about it that he even has a ghost writer who will try to bury his skeletons.
But unfortunately for Walker, the stench of his epic failures precede him. It can't be easy to hide his failure in job creation, his wanting to borrow more than $2 billion dollars and still running a budgetary deficit and having to spend nearly a million dollars to keep his hide out of prison (for now).
So, how bad is it looking for Walker?
Well, digby found an article in the Washington Post which pretty well sums it up:
Since it's hard to read, here's the key point:
Walker and Jindal could be two of a number of governors who become presidential candidates in the future.
gahhaha.Digby thinks it's an editorial oversight.
I'm not so sure.
Via FDL, we find a recent poll from Quinnipiac University which really shows how low Walker has dropped in the eyes of his fellow Republicans:
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Yup, you read that correctly. Walker is only getting 2% of the poll. The only bright news Walker can get out of that poll is that he is beating Mitch McConnell and the infamous "someone else." He can't even beat Jeb Bush for crying out loud!
Before the gentle reader gets their hopes up too high, they should remember that Walker is enough of a megalomaniac that he is incapable of recognizing the writing on the wall and will charge headlong to his eventual epic fail. Sadly, he will also leave a trail of scorched earth behind in his wake.
However, the staff at Cog Dis are willing to go to any extent to help the gentle reader understand what is going on. In that light, we sent our top spies to the secret location of Walker's campaign wagon to see how they are taking the news.
I'd dare say, they didn't take it all too well:
Don't worry, Walker's DNR has said that all those exploding chemicals and smoke present no hazard to the people in the area - as long as they would just go without breathing for the next few years.