This is such an old ploy.
Gov. Scott Walker made a few mistakes in his interview with Mike Gousha. First he admitted that a majority of small businesses make under $200,000. That's not what we've been hearing from Paul Ryan and other Republican blowhards.
His second big mistake was offering up a pathetic tax cut to the middle class. With stunning detachment and irony, proposed putting extra money into the pockets of consumers because they'll spend it. He should have thought about that when he cut discretionary cash from public workers paychecks by making them pay more for health care and their pension plans.
The middle class tax cuts proposed by Scott Walker might come in at a measly $200 or so, with the promise of more to come IF we stay his course. Those cuts are wiped out by other budgetary trade-offs. It ratchets down state revenues, and requires more spending cuts. He said he wants to be just like Tennessee, Texas and Arizona. Sure if we didn't have to pay heating costs, snow plowing and road repairs due to Wisconsin's four seasons. We'll never come close to those states, and why should we?