Friday, April 20, 2012

Another Corporate Walker supporter in Brookfield opens business up to allow bizarre campaign spin.

Scott Walker stopped long enough in Wisconsin to brag about a private company adding 35 new jobs, jobs they probably created independently of anything Walker did, and to spin in the most surreal way his recent absence to fund raise nationwide:
Walker: "What we're really doing is less about campaigning and more about doing what we're elected to do in the first place, put the focus on jobs..." 
Trace-o-matic will be added to the list of companies that support the states move to a more dictatorial authoritarian government. They won't be forgotten. Governor candidate Mayor Tom Barrett called him out on his outrageous attempt to repair his image. WKOW:

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