WISGOP is in full panic mode, spinning crazy talk like this:
How dare they sir? That’s right, Republicans don’t focus group anything. Heck, just ask Frank Luntz next time he’s in town to hand Scott Walker his next list of focus group tested talking points. Heck, Fox News even features Luntz's embarrassingly stupid focus groups as entertainment.
WISGOP’s grasping at straws is almost too humorous to watch. For whatever reason, they decided to isolate parts of this comment:
Kristen Hansen, an official of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin in the 5th Congressional district, posted the following on Facebook: There were 41 focus groups of “regular people” held across the state and you know what came out of it? That the toughest competition for Walker would be 1) a woman, 2) who is highly educated, 3) who has a business background and is literally a job creator, 4) who has deep roots in Wisconsin and 5) is not a sitting politician. That person is Mary Burke and she will be a great candidate.
WISGOP’s snappy gotcha; they’re taking issue with the term “regular people,” like there are so few of them around? And “before the campaign even begins,” is such an odd pointless thing to bring up, my head is hurting:
|Mary Burke "Fankenstein, or Walker's Zombies?
Forty-one focus groups of “regular people?” Before the campaign even begins? This is how Mike Tate picked his candidate to face Gov. Walker?
And like the Bride of Frankenstein….
Mary Burke is not just a candidate. She’s a focus-group tested lab creation.
It’s like we have our own bunch of Louie Gohmert’s running the state’s majority party right now. They're either trying to get Walker reelected, or laughed out of the governorship.