Feb 27, 2011

Scott Walker Credibility Dropping

Gov. Scott Walker is expected to introduce his 2011-13 biennial budget on Tuesday.

Typically a boring, fiscal affair, Walker will instead act in the shining spotlight as his personal credibility has sunk like a brick these past two weeks.

Highlighted by the news of the Walker-David Koch tapes revealing Walker schemes to use Wisconsin families as political pawns, and showing Walker discussed planting agents provocateur among families protesting his budget plans, 10,000s of Wisconsin citizens have poured into the streets to object to Walker's secretly formulated rightwing agenda.

On April 29, 1974 President Richard Nixon, aside a stack of tape transcripts, delivered an address to the nation about Watergate and Nixon's defiance of the House Judiciary Committee's subpoena looking into illegal conspiracies.

Nixon was at his nadir; his address revealed to the nation a sad, lying man.

More and more, Walker [while attempting to portray a sunny appearance] is resembling Nixon during his lowest days.

But no matter how many flags Walker drapes himself in, seniors, women, the disabled, working families and students see Walker for what he is: A corrupt, dishonest man trying to steal from Wisconsin families, some 60 days into his service regarding the governor's office as a mere step for his personal career.

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