That thought struck me as especially appropriate as we in Wisconsin roll toward our recall elections. No one so far has stepped up to the plate offering anything other than "I'm not Scott Walker" — which, provided that Bashir al-Assad doesn't get the nomination, is no reason NOT to vote for Walker.
Indeed, our would-be future governor, from Day One in office, is going to have to deal with not only the catastrophic damage that Walker and his lackeys have already done to Wisconsin, but also the creeping chaos engendered by eight years of Walker's predecessor Jim Doyle. Does anyone really want to return to proxy rule by an iron-fisted affirmative action bureaucracy while untold thousands of dead animals rot on the roadsides?
Folks, what we want from our next governor is not rocket science. WE WANT WISCONSIN TO BE GREAT AGAIN. Got that?
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Could someone please explain to me why so many people outside of the state of Wisconsin want to give such huge amounts of money to this governor? Why do they care so much about who Wisconsin has for a governor? What do they want from him? — Poster "Pal," asking a question that everybody in Wisconsin should be asking right now.
You can read my theory in the post below. Seems to gain a little more traction every day, doesn't it?