Monday, September 21, 2015

One State Walker

By Jeff Simpson 

Remember this guy?

Madison — During the re-election race that he won on Nov. 4, Gov. Scott Walker told voters he intended to spend the next four years in the statehouse.
"My plan — if the voters approve — is to serve as governor for the next four years," Walker said in early October.

He has been replaced by this guy:

In an interview, Walker said he's planning to spend 10 days a month in Iowa, "maybe more." Other than "fundraising and visits to New Hampshire and South Carolina," his time will be spent in Iowa, he said.
It will be so much time, he said, that people might think he's running for governor of the state. "People are going to know us like they know their governor in this state, there's no doubt about it," he said.
In what is a rare moment of candor and honesty, Scott Walker lets us in on what a train wreck his campaign has become:

“We're not going to have a 50-state strategy right now.”
Scott Walker
 Instead of trying to win the Presidency, Walker has put his eggs in the Iowa basket and now is drawing massive crowds of 40 people at a Pizza Oven.

The signs of his precipitous fall were all too vivid Sunday afternoon inside Serena's Coffee Café in Amana, Iowa, where about 40 stoic supporters showed up for his first retail campaign event in the state since Wednesday's debate.
Gone were most of the network television cameras that had followed Walker much of the summer. Just one network was on hand, along with one reporter-photographer from a nearby station in Cedar Rapids. A second event at a Pizza Ranch in Vinton, Iowa, brought out another small crowd, along with one local TV camera.
Just an FYI to Scott Walker, its a long way from 40 people at a coffee house in Iowa(6 electoral votes) to 66 Million votes(and 270 electoral votes) to win the Presidency!

No wonder Scott Walker drinks so much!

Image result for scott walker drinking beer


  1. Well, when he comes back he can say he kept his promise...
    Thats the way truth works for this guy.

  2. Scott Walker Ends His 2016 Presidential Run -
    New York Times
    Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin withdrew from the 2016 Republican presidential race on Monday, citing a need to “clear the field” for a “positive conservative message.
    Republican Walker exits 2016 presidential race - Reuters
    Scott Walker Drops Out of 2016 Presidential Race - Wall Street Journal
    Scott Walker, an early contender, makes surprise exit from 2016 race - Washington Post

    Awwwwww.... all my Snott Wanker graphics gone to waste (*sob*)