Tuesday, March 30, 2010

WISGOP Turns To Minnesota For Leadership

WISGOP is going to have their convention coming up in a couple of months.

Scott Walker has already planned on moving his *wink, wink* bike ride to promote Milwaukee County to the week before the convention.

Too bad for Walker he is not deemed sufficiently Republican and/or articulate and/or presentable enough to be one of the main talking heads:
Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty will headline the Republican Party of Wisconsin's state convention in May.

The news comes as Pawlenty tries to raise his national profile for a potential campaign for the party's nomination to challenge President Barack Obama in 2012. He is not running for re-election as governor, a post he captured in 2002.

Pawlenty will be joined by Rep. Paul Ryan of Janesville in addressing the state convention in Milwaukee on May 21.

Wisconsin GOP Chairman Reince Priebus said he can't think of two better Republicans to motivate its members and "spread our message of common sense conservative solutions and fiscal restraint."

But does WISGOP really think we want to be like Minnesota?


  1. I heard they were going to have some greek pillars behind Scott Walker when he "speaks." Can anyone confirm this rumor on the internets?

  2. There will be Pawlenty of Nothing at the RPW convention then.