I always get a kick out of the GOP's sales pitch about "strengthening individual employee rights. Seriously, as an solitary employee, how much power do you think you have over your employer when it comes to your rights? Good luck with that. That's just dumb.
I think this praise from the right wing just about sums it up:
In the Federalist, managing editor Joy Pullmann and senior contributor Richard Cromwell hash out the pros and cons of a Walker run, with Cromwell taking the position that Walker may be just what the GOP needs, and Pullmann giving him the thumbs down.
"Does Walker sizzle? Not exactly. Is he a particularly charismatic speaker? No, he isn't," writes Cromwell. "But does he sit upon a throne made of the skulls of his enemies? Yes, yes he does. The November 4 election proved that in a definitive fashion."