Why Isn’t Scott Walker Already in Handcuffs?

From HuffPo:

The call made by a Buffalo blogger pretending to be billionaire right-wing activist David Koch to Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is quickly making an impact on the news cycle. (You can listen to the call on YouTube: Part 1 | Part 2.)

Walker is extremely frank with the man he believes to be an important financial supporter, both of his own campaign and right-wing causes. Below are the six most important revelations we learn from listening to the Governor speak his mind.

1. Walker and the Senate Republicans are conspiring to withhold Democratic lawmakers’ paychecks.

2. Walker sees billionaire David Koch as “one of us.”

3. Walker is planning to threaten state workers with layoffs.

4. Walker has a plan to lie to Senate Democrats and pass the bill while they are not aware of the vote.

5. Walker considered planting fake protesters to cause trouble among the real protesters

6. Walker is corrupt.

Although early in Walker says they are investigating the Democratic Senators to see if they are committing ethics violations by accepting union funds, when the fake David Koch says he will fly Walker “out to Cali and really show you a good time,” Walker responds by saying “that would be outstanding.”

As I remarked on Facebook: I think that Scott Walker should stop worrying about comparisons between his reign and Hosni Mubarak’s.  I suspect that now its just a matter of time before the name Nicolae Ceauşescu enters the conversation.

3 Responses to Why Isn’t Scott Walker Already in Handcuffs?

  1. Megan says:

    Wow. Not only is he too dumb to catch on to the fact that he’s being punked, but hearing exactly what he thinks of us Wisconsonites? I can only hope that kills his political career.

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  3. transgriot says:

    Nope…it makes him a hero to the Tea Klux Klan wing who are too stupid to see it will impact their paychecks if the unions lose.

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