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February 25, 2014 - 5:45 pm

Good to know.

Last week, over 27,000 pages of private e-mails from one of Wisconsin governor Scott Walker’s convicted ex-staffers were released. As soon as the document dump hit the Web, Democrats began climbing over themselves to prove that the e-mails showed that during his time as Milwaukee county executive in 2010, Walker was part of a grand criminal conspiracy — despite the fact that prosecutors had the e-mails for nearly three years and found Walker had engaged in no criminal wrongdoing.

This is a lot like what happened with Sarah Palin a while back. Democrats think that a large number of emails are bound to reveal some criminal activity. Once they have access, they begin frothing and assuming they will unearth something criminal. This is probably because the same would be true if you were perusing thousands of the average Democrat’s emails.

What have they dug up on the good governor so far? Here’s one GAME CHANGER:

Perhaps the crown jewel of Walker attacks occurred on Monday, when Amanda Terkel at the Huffington Post tried to argue that Walker has a history of breaking campaign rules because he — wait for it — violated a rule while running for Marquette University student body president in 1988, when he was 20 years old.

Walker probably causes more sweating among Democrat elites as far as 2016 is concerned than any other potential candidate among the popular GOP governors (I have a separate theory about Christie that I won’t go into here). All Walker does is make Democrats look bad. And beat their organized muscle, Big Labor. He is one of those politicians who accomplishes being remarkable by being unremarkable, which is odd in the hyper-media era. He just shows up at work and gets results for all of the people he governs, not only the ones who voted for him.

Who ever heard of such craziness?

Stephen Kruiser is a professional comedian and writer who has also been a conservative political activist for over two decades. A co-founder of the first Los Angeles Tea Party, Kruiser often speaks to grassroots groups around America and has had the great honor of traveling around the world entertaining U.S. troops.

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Rumor has it that a six year old Scott Walker once offered his friend the smaller piece of cake. Huffpo is looking into it.
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" He just shows up at work and gets results for all of the people he governs, not only the ones who voted for him."

Well, if Obama had a son, he certainly wouldn't look like him or be like him.
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The big question is - will he run? By RINO standards he'll have to pass muster with the likes of Karl Rove and Ann Coulter if he wants the ok from the republican elites. If Rove and Coulter turn a thumbs down on Walker I'll chip in something.

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I could live with Walker as long as he's not pro-amnesty.
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"Democrats think that a large number of emails are bound to reveal some criminal activity. Once they have access, they begin frothing and assuming they will unearth something criminal. This is probably because the same would be true if you were perusing thousands of the average Democrat’s emails."

When the Soviets shot down KAL 007 in 1983, my history teacher said, "If the Soviets shot down a civilian airliner because they claimed it had cameras for spying, it was a dead give-away that every Soviet airliner is crammed with spy cameras."

Projection.
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Wisconsin is on the way to playing a larger role than what has been the case for God knows how long.

As long as those who see Scott Walker in a poor light can only point to higher taxation, and a larger money supply, to deal with asset values crashing from peaks - they have left the door and windows open for an alternative, which is what Governor Walker is communicating.
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One hosanah withheld.Those people are white, working and middle class. Walker's policies for them are a negative. We do have a problem with appealing to middle and working class white voters. There are issues with government worker unions. But when Walker goes after teachers, cops, firefighters, etc., he's taking a torch to the GOP's best chance at the White House. Why is it the institutional GOP views this as a winning issue rather than curbing entitlements? There is a majority who would support strong borders/smaller government sensible reform. Instead you treat them like the enemy.
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"There is a majority who would support strong borders/smaller government sensible reform."

But that majority are not supporters of government employee unions.
26 weeks ago
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Please refrain from posting while under the influence of mind-altering substances.

Like union Kool-aid.

26 weeks ago
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The conservative right has several winning issues for the middle and working class-the border, endless pointless war, profligate spending, the stupidity of Obamacare, out of control entitlements. Walker may be a very competent fellow, but his policies work against the exact voters the GOP needs to win over. You can either look at the battlefield before us as it is and deal with that honestly, or pretend it is how you might like it. Walker would be a case of the later. I have no desire to see Hillary or Biden take the White House. I suspect either Rand Paul or Ted Cruz can win. And further Walker's pedigree lines up with the Roves and Bushes. Been there done that.
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His policies are possibly bad for unions, but that's good for honest working middle class people.

Put down the kool-aid.

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In my opinion Scott Walker is the man most able to perform the duties of POTUS. I believe he can do the most good for our Nation. Rand Paul for VP or stay in Senate as Majority Leader!

McConnell must go! He is old GOP (Gutless old Pussy!) Same for Boehner (limp)!

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Salaam eleikum Y'all! Payload delivered. Marzouq out.
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"He just shows up at work and gets results for all of the people he governs, not only the ones who voted for him."

True enough, and admirable, not to mention far rarer than it ought to be. But that's not the whole picture for Gov. Walker.

He's a fighter. He fights quietly, but determinedly... and he doesn't give up, and he wins.

It's a subtle thing, perhaps because we've grown used to big, loud, noisy fighters. But I'll take a quiet win over a noisy loss any day.
26 weeks ago
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"we've grown used to big, loud, noisy fighters."

And too many equate big, loud, and noisy to effective.

Chris Christie and his adoring fans come to mind.

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Ye shall know the effectiveness and intelligence of any republican politician to the extent that the leftist machine (and its principal organ of activity, the so called mainstream media) targets him or her for destruction.

That is what happened to Sarah Palin, that is what is beginning to happen to Ted Cruz and Scott Walker.
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For all you Sarah Palin detractors out there (her common sense still in tact and transcends political posturing, as is true for Scott Walker), that first speech she gave when McCain announced her for VEEP was so overwhelmingly effective that, at that single moment in time, she became the MSM's Public Enemy #1.

How we're going to elect a moral, intelligent individual in 2016 with the media profoundly aligned against such an occurrence is anybody's guess.
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"How we're going to elect a moral, intelligent individual in 2016 with the media profoundly aligned against such an occurrence is anybody's guess."

With the media serving as the audio-visual dept. of the Democrat party combined with inept Republican leadership, it's a wonder Republicans win elections at all.
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We need to fund an organization that will go after the dirt in the private lives of media. Think O' Keefe and Breitbart style of aggressive journalism. In many respects, that would be more effective than contributing to candidates.

What happened to Dan Rather was instructive. But that was a professional takedown.

I say, go dirty on their private lives.
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Not sure these wouldn't be seen as street creds by these Jollywood wannabees and their sheeple followers, and thus defeat the purpose.
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Sitting side by side during an interview last week, Scott Walker shredded the democrat governor of Vermont, a guy who apparently thinks it intelligent to grab every federal dollar out there for the citizens of his state.

The email smear campaign was brought up by Chris Wallace and Walker noted that it was over a year ago, had been thoroughly investigated and dismissed.
26 weeks ago
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I'd favor Walker/West
26 weeks ago
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Let West run for governor somewhere first, then we will see.
26 weeks ago
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Yep. There's a lot I like about West, but there are some question marks, too.

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Rumor has it that a six year old Scott Walker once offered his friend the smaller piece of cake. Huffpo is looking into it.
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