By Jeff Simpson
That saying has never been more relevant than current day Wisconsin.
Apparently, God has been having chats with our very own Scott Walker. When Scott Walker took the phone call from (who he thought/hoped and prayed was David Koch), Scott Walker opened up like he never has before. When your talking to your boss, its best to be honest and Scott finally was. Walker let the fake Koch, know plenty but the biggest gem was that Scott Walker "had thought about" adding violence to what was an incredibly peaceful protest.
Koch: We’ll back you any way we can. What we were thinking about the crowd was, uh, was planting some troublemakers.We thought about that but we figured it would not help us politically so we passed.
Walker: You know, well, the only problem with that —because we thought about that. The problem—the, my only gut reaction to that is right now the lawmakers I’ve talked to have just completely had it with them, the public is not really fond of this…[explains that planting troublemakers may not work.] My only fear would be if there’s a ruckus caused is that maybe the governor has to settle to solve all these problems…[something about '60s liberals.]…Let ‘em protest all they want…Sooner or later the media stops finding it interesting.
Well when planning violence against women and children, Scott Walker turned to the person most people do in these situations. Jesus the ultimate violent/political tactition:
“I looked up and said, ‘I hear you, Lord,’” writes Walker. “God was sending me a clear message to not do things for personal glory or fame. It was a turning point that helped me in future challenges, helped me stay focused on the people I was elected to serve, and reminded me of God’s abundant grace and the paramount need to stay humble.”
Yes dear Servant do not attack women and children for personal glory and fame.....stay your veer humble self, was the message that Jesus sent!
Yes it is hard for some who is perfect in every way, like Scott Walker to be humble! Luckily he has a pipeline to God to keep reminding him to be so.
Let's hope that God calls Scott Walker in a John Denver Oh, God! kind of way and not in a BTK killer fashion! Maybe its time we take a lesson from 70's Movie and lock all of these politicians who talk to God and have them answer some questions:
The question I want the Scott Walker / Jesus team to answer is: Why did God direct you to cover up the death of 15 year old Jared Kellner?