Friday, February 7, 2014

It's All In How It's Red

So, Scott Walker actually had this as a Facebook post:


"...Wear Read Day..."

It's even worse when one considers that it was spelled correctly just five words earlier.

Some might call Walker a leader, but I sure as heck don't want to follow him!

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  1. Those staffers are getting younger and younger. At least that's what I red.

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  2. No wonder he's so down on teachers .......they never taught him to spell. Come to think of it..................he's down on everything that doesn't help him advance his political ambition. WE'RE ALL JUST IN THE WAY OF HIS MOVING ONWARD AND UPWARD.

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  3. And here I thought the red lights were in commemoration of the hundreds of people who will die because Walker threw them off Badger Care.

    "They sacrifice so the Free Market may thrive".

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  4. the writer must have been schooled in MPS.

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    1. Nope, knowing Scotty's political inclinations I would say home "schooled".

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  5. I say fire every Wisconsin teacher who taught Scott Walker from kindergarten through 8th grade. If these teachers had done their jobs competently, there is NO way Governor Walker would have made such a STUPID error. Act 10 has made it possible to fire them all; not a one of his former Wisconsin teachers should still be employed as a teacher by Monday afternoon.

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    1. Better Still have Scotty take a remedial ethics class and a class on how government and the Constitution works.

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  6. Better read than dead.

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    1. Or, as Scooter writes: "Better read than ded."

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  7. Of course it was the teachers fault. It always is. Always!

    If the students don't pay attention it is the teachers fault. If the student doesn't do the work in class and the homework it is the teachers fault. If the student can't pass the tests it is the teachers fault. If the student doesn't even try at all it is the teachers fault.

    It must be the fault of the faculty at Marquette University that Walker had a 2.59 GPA when he dropped out before graduation. Walker can bear no responsibility whatsoever in his education. It was someone elses fault. It is always someone elses fault!

    That is probably the only thing that our governor did learn in school. He lives on that knowledge. He thrives on that knowledge. His policies for econonic prosperity fail but it is always someone elses fault.

    The best thing that we can do to help Walker is to finally hold him accountable for his actions. We must tell him that he failed, not someone else. It is the best thing that we can do to help him grow up and be a man.

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  8. ROFL same typo on Twitter!!! How do they manage the SAME TYPO on two different platforms!?

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    1. Er, mybe copay-pastie?

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  9. Scott Walker is known for being stupid, as in LOW IQ. He may be resourceful, but he is dumb. Is this really a suprise?? I cannot wait until he is hauled off and thrown in the slammer. Hopefully his fellow inmates give him a very warm welcome...LOL

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