Friday, July 2, 2010

He'll Be The One In A Santa Suit

Last night, I wrote about Scott Walker's narcissism and how his egoism kept him from showing the least modicum of decency and respect on Memorial Day and over the past weekend when a child lost his life when part of a county-owned parking structure fell on him.

An anonymous commenter, probably one of his campaign staff/county office staff (they appear to be interchangeable), pointed out that I was in error and that Walker had indeed made a Memorial Day statement.

Said commenter is correct in that I was remiss in mentioning that statement.

Walker's "Memorial Day statement" is can be found by clicking here.

Of course, I would also be remiss if I did not point out the fact that his "Memorial Day statement" seems like it would be more appropriate for Veterans Day, which is, by the way, in November.

Since Walker seems to be six months off on his holidays, may I suggest that those who seek him or his staff out in the hundreds of Independence Day parades this weekend, they will be the ones dressed up like Santa Claus, handing out brown bags full of emptiness, just like his campaign promises.


  1. Sorry capper, no matter what you think I don't work for walker, any political campaign, or party. In reality I'm a conservative independent that leans more libertarian than republican; but with the warped two party system I often have no other choice than vote against one side instead of voting for a candidate.

    At least you have admitted to one of your many errors. One step-at-a-time, good for you.

  2. Wow, talk about missing the big picture...

  3. Which big picture would that be capper?

    The one of you assuming false facts of me? The one of you pretending a memorial day message was more tuned to a different holiday. The one of you declaring his supporters would be wearing Santa suits during the 4th of July?

    I guess you can't take a pat on the back as well as you deliver it.