And Then There Were 15...


No story yet, but the Drudge headline says it all.

There’s also no surprise — Walker again failed to catch fire at least week’s debate, and his poll numbers have been a slow, steady decline, down to about zero in some states.

Walker should have hired a real campaign advisor, along the lines that a lawyer who represents himself has a fool for a client. But it’s also true that the two most successful governors in decades — Perry on the economy and jobs, Walker on good governance and hitting the vile progs where it hurts — have been the two earliest casualties of this Shakespeare tragedy/farce of a nomination process.

GOP voters are fools for not having given these two accomplished men so much as a decent first look, and it bodes ill for the direction of the party.