: very bad or wrong in a way that causes anger : too bad to be accepted or allowed
By now everyone who is paying attention has heard of the ridiculous analogy that Debbie Wasserman Schultz has used to describe Scott Walker's policies toward women.
Scott Walker is not one to comment but he had thoughts on what Ms. Wasserman Schultz had to say:
"Governor, what's your reaction to Chairwoman Wasserman Schultz's comments Wednesday in Milwaukee?" Wainscott asked.Now we finally have a base line to what the Governor feels is "outrageous" and what he feels should be done when someone uses "language that is just completely inappropriate". You should take a strong stand against them.
"I think it's outrageous, and it's unfortunate," Walker said.
While many Wisconsin Republicans were quick to blast Wasserman Schultz, calling her language insensitive to victims of domestic violence, this was WISN 12 News' first chance to hear what the governor had to say about the comments aimed at him and his policies.
"To use that language, (is) just completely inappropriate. And I would hope that my opponent and others, as loudly as possible, would denounce that. It shouldn't matter where it comes from, regardless of party, people shouldn't be using that language," Walker said.
Walker said that if Mary Burke believes the comments from the Democratic Party leaders were, in his words, outrageous, she should take a strong stand against them.
What is incredibly interesting about that belief from Governor Walker is the fact that he has had NOTHING whatsoever to say or even acknowledged the following(that were all part of #walkerdocs and emailed to him and made public):
Emails from one of his top aides refer to county mental health facilities as “the loony bin” and that same top deputy claims “no one cares about crazy people.” -- greeted with silence by Scott Walker.
When a rape happened at a county facility, was part of an email chain that pointed out that his staff should STOP thinking like a lawyer and think about how this effects us politically! ----greeted with silence by Scott Walker
Scott Walker's chief of staff, the recently deceased Tom Nardelli, sent an incredibly disgusting racist email that started a little email chain of comments(no complaints) - also greeted by silence from Scott Walker.
A woman who starved to death at the county mental facility family, was planning on suing the county and Scott Walker showed so much sympathy that this is all he had to say about the matter "keep it buried until after the election." - --- No explanation from Scott Walker here either.
Yet another racist email by Nardelli now smearing Muslims. --- Silence from Scott Walker.
14 year old boy dies horrible death in front of his parents and the one concern that Scott Walker and his staff have is that it not hurt him politically. --- no explanation from Scott Walker.
Now to recap from our short incomplete list. To Scott Walker it is not "outrageous" nor is it "unfortunate" to send racist emails, make racist comments, cover up deaths and rape and make fun of the mentally ill. It is however unfortunate and outrageous to criticize his policies.
Seems to me Mike Ellis got it right!
"Walker is for Walker"