next GOP presidential debate right here in Milwaukee on November 10th.
As the gentle reader is well aware of, Scott Walker's presidential campaign failed in spectacular fashion just last month.
This lead me to ponder what will Walker be doing on the night of the debate, since he won't be a participant.
A) Stay in Madison, curled up in a fetal position under his desk, mumbling to himself on how he should be president because he was the chosen one?
B) Stay in Madison, sitting in a darkened room with Tonette watching the debate, crying that David Koch promised him that he was going to be president and asking why the Koch Boyz had forsaken him?
C) Be at the debate, drawn to the media attention like a moth to a flame, at the cost of reminding the state and the nation what an absolute failure he is both as a governor and a presidential candidate?
D) Given who is hosting this stop of the GOP circus, will Walker be attracted to the media attention by agreeing to be "an expert commentator" so he can compare the failure of the remaining candidates to his own failure and so that he can again repeat his unheeded advice to the other wannabes that they should follow his lead by dropping out of the race.
E) Something else?
I like to think that I am pretty good at knowing what Walker will do in any particular situation but this one truly has me stumped.
What are your thoughts?