Scott Walker: Regress to the egress

Scott Walker ends campaign


Not a good thinker,

An even worse talker;

His campaign a clinker,

So exits Scott Walker.

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  • As another string puppet of the Koch brothers and Fox News goes down, liberals stumped finding their position serving the lobby class against Trump.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Apparently your man is out of ideas, too, as he was quoted as saying that Carson was correct about religious tests, despite the Constitution. How much of the Constitution does Trump want to repeal, and how is he going to accomplish that?

    There is also a Tribune commentary today on "GOP finds diversity in offending voters." I'm not paying to read it, but it seems congruent with my prior point that one can't assemble a majority by offending well over a majority, unless Trump expects 4zen to do the Chicago thing and vote often for him. I also wonder how someone can win having no plan other than to offend others.

  • In reply to jack:

    Maybe not as much as the Sun-Times headline said compared to the article. However, the Trumpster, instead of saying that Hamas and Hezbollah were radical organizations and a threat to peace, just said that he didn't know who the leaders were, so he is still useless.

  • On Walker, you can find somewhere on chicagonow where I predicted that running solely against unions wasn't going to work.

  • From the comment section of the Economist:

    'The Economist invites ridicule of Sanders and Trump. They are not 'serious' candidates.

    But Clinton and Bush are 'serious'.

    That's why we read today about Clinton's proposals on drug prices, but, other than Bush, never, never more than a passing word about any of the other Republican's or Democrats positions, only the ridicule of the slugfest.

    That's because Clinton and Bush are the candidates selected by the establishment. They are the candidates bought and paid for. If you loved Bush one and two and if you loved Clinton one, you will love their clones.

    Meanwhile Americans are being sold to China and Mexico and the Obama/Bush axis has sent the Middle East spiraling into chaos.

    We all know this, but who cares? Look funny hair!!! hahahaha. Steady as she goes.'

  • In reply to 4zen:

    I don't think Trump has lacked for publicity. However, Trump has lacked an economic program. You can't say, for instance, what his health care or job growth plans are, because he doesn't have any. We do know what his views are on Mexicans, Muslims in the cabinet, etc. So, this appears to be another opinion without fact.

  • In reply to jack:

    I can tell you the plan of the establishment candidates, more of the same cr@p. Our debt is terrible, our middle class Health costs are terrible and our worker participation rate is back to 1972.

    Trump is supposedly releasing a book Oct. 27 with these plans, but I'm not sure how detailed. Plans are important to me, but intentions are more important because plans change as one get's into a thing. My gut tells me you wouldn't like a Trump plan even it were a master piece 'so what difference does it make?'

    Do you like Bernie's Economic Plan?

  • In reply to 4zen:

    No opinion on the latter. However, you seem to be like Mikey who hates everything.

    Trump does not become a serious candidate until he actually has a plan. You should care about if there is a solution to "Our debt is terrible, our middle class Health costs are terrible and our worker participation rate is back to 1972" but I bet that Trump doesn't have one. As you noted, Bernie does have a plan, although your Forbes link just keeps recycling Ayn Rand. Maybe Steve Forbes is not portraying it accurately, but sure wants to restrict access.

    BTW, Trump's attorney showed his respect for the First Amendment today, with the usual "I'm gonna sue." Maybe his book will explain how he will eliminate the Supreme Court, since that would be necessary to effect his announced agenda.

  • In reply to jack:

    No opinion on the latter? You have no opinion on your candidate's economic plan, or is that you are afraid to wade into the quality of it? Or did you even read it?

    Who cares if Forbes is quoting Ayn Rand on their intro, the guy who wrote the article is a self-professed classic liberal.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Again you missed the point. See my comment below. Explain how Forbes speaks for Sanders when Sanders speaks for himself?

  • In reply to 4zen:

    BTW, why do you post a secondary link with a prejudiced title, when a primary source is available? Intellectually dishonest on your part.

  • In reply to jack:

    You're deflecting, you can read any source you want if the liberal author's (and it's not Forbes) detailed critique bothers you. Tell if me if you like his economic plan. You can even tell me why you like it if you wish. I've told you why I like Trump's participation over and over.

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