Saturday, December 8, 2012

Scott Walker, victim of his own party's repeal of Same Day Registration. Don't Blame Him.

Well at least Scott Walker’s kid doesn't have to worry about registering to vote again.

The press continues to act disconnected from reality when covering Scott Walker. Are they as dumb boards?

Let me get this right; Scott Walker doesn't really think the issue of same day registration is important, but would sign in a heartbeat the repeal of the age old law. Even after taking advantage of the law with his own kid?

So the press is stumbling all over themselves portraying Walker as some kind of thoughtful, fair minded politician?

The poor guy would have to sign into law a bill if forced by the legislature?

My god have we lost our minds?
WSJ: Despite Gov. Scott Walker’s opposition to same-day voter registration, he accompanied his college-age son to a Wauwatosa polling place to register and vote the same day as the GOP Senate primary in August, records show and the governor’s office confirmed. Walker said Wisconsin would be “much better” without same-day voter registration. Walker has also said he would sign a bill ending same-day voter registration, but that ending it wouldn't be a priority for him in the next legislative session. Walker called the controversy over same-day voter registration in Wisconsin a “ridiculous issue,” although state Rep. Joel Kleefisch, R-Oconomowoc, said in an email that he and Sen. Alberta Darling, R-River Hills, are seeking co-sponsors on a bill to eliminate the practice. 
Poor Scott Walker, looks like he’ll have to end same day registration. Damn those legislators who took his cue from the speech he made in California.

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