Wednesday, October 30, 2013

God Works in Mysterious Ways


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.
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.
We thought about that but we figured it would not help us politically so we passed. 

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


  1. The questions I would like Walker to answer are ---"Has God talked to you about removing environmental protections from Wisconsin's mining law. I'd like to know if God recommended refusing federal money for Medicaid programs. I am not so sure how the old testament God feels about that but Jesus made it pretty clear that Walker should have accepted that money. I believe God wants his creation, earth, to remain a good place to live and would favor renewable forms of energy. God must love the idea of recycling but Walker thinks we were doing too much of that and Walker has signed at least one bill into law that limits the installation of wind turbines in Wisconsin.

    1. silly anonmouse

      didn't read the noooozepapers, watch your TEE-VEE, or listen to the squawk jocks on the radio?

      The mining bill DOES NOT alter envirnmental protects and the repugs/walker have that directly from the highest diety they worship.

      Where they appear to be misleading, however, isn't that they turned to their higher-power, which happens to be out-of-state multinational corporate interests.

  2. Sounds like Scotty is proud of his humility.

    1. Its easy to take pride in your humility when your "divide and conquer" comes direct from the deity of your choice.

  3. Scott Walker uses religion to justify most of his irrational actions, especially when he comes under considerable criticism for their negative effect upon the public. He and wife Tonette attend the Pentecostal Meadowbrook Church in Wauwatosa, where they are known to "speak in tongues" as part of their worship. In 2011 Uppity Wisconsin posted this information about Walker's being told by Jesus to marry Tonette-- it was a "Trust and Obey" decision:

    1. What the public isn't being told is that when walker speaks in tongues he is really just askin's multinational corporate billionaires what part of their anatomy they want ol' scotty to lick.

      Gratefully, this conversation is in tongues because where scotty inserts & uses his tongues into the koch brothers is just not meant for pubic consumption (type intentional)

      After all, they don't call them TEABAGGERS fer nothin'

  4. God told Scott Walker to rescind his appointment of UW-Platteville student, Joshua Inglett to the Board of Regents, because Joshua signed the Walker recall petition. Joshua said he signed the recall petition because he loves his mother who is a kindergarten teacher. God would of course care more about one recall signature than a son's love for his mother.

  5. I want to apologize for flooding this board with my posts -- yes -- I am THE anonymous.

    I speak for all that choose to remain out-of-the-public-limelight.

    And why do do it?

    Cuz God told me to.

    1. Dear "THE":
      I post my comments anonymously (I'm 10:24) not because any deity directed me to, but I really don't care to speak for "all" the public. It's been a long time since I last commented here, but maybe I'll get back in the saddle. The version of religion I choose to believe in is incredibly different than the theology Walker claims to abide by.
      This country is a democratic republic, where "democratic" means public officeholders are voted for, not annointed. Last I checked, neither the Bible nor our Constitution has declared an economics that we absolutely must adhere to. The Bible does mention slavery, but we had a civil war to decide against that atrocity toward people.
      The directives Scott Walker has followed--if you choose to look at the facts, and not just "faith"--show a remarkable sell-out to the likes of the Kochs and Bradleys, not God a I know it.
      Taking $ from big money to make public policy (as well is avoid public scrutiny) is not a public good, and God wouldn't approve of it, either.

  6. Why does scott walker's higher power tell him to kill God's Children by taking away healthcare, destroying family-supporting wages & jobs, and removing the safety net that prevents them from being homeless and starving?

    Baby Jesus cries when scotty walker lies...

  7. Besides his issues with the understanding of humility, as well as basic Christian tenets, Walker revealed one of his fundamental methods of dealing with opposition in this statement:

    "Let 'em protest all they want."

    He has taken this stance repeatedly throughout his political career. He will meet with opposition, and allow them to talk in his presence, but will not listen to them. Nothing they say will influence his pre-determined stance. To get Walker to switch from hearing mode to listening mode, one must make payment arrangements.

  8. Please,

    are you kidding me. Is walker for reel or does he live in a delusional fantasy?

    Never mind the article answered that.

    O Boy ? or excuse me, O God?

  9. If Walker can't tell when he's talking to David Koch, how can we expect him to be able to tell when he's talking to God? Given the messages he seems to be receiving, I'm thinking he's probably being deceived here, too.

  10. I alone speak to the Lord and he, the Lord himself will descend from heaven with a cry of command, with the voice of an archangel Michael say "Scott Walker, you are the scourge upon the earth and your fellow man."

    Translation for the non-believers: Jesus is coming, and boy is he pissed at Scott Walker.