Saturday, October 20, 2018

Walker's non-answers on Immigrant Farm workers, Dairy Prices, Roads, and Education.

Scott Walker already has a bad reputation for not answering direct simple questions, so it should come as no surprise that he continued that tradition during the first gubernatorial debate.

Take for instance his embarrassing answer explaining why 4 of his former cabinet Secretaries came out with scathing criticisms of Walker's character; Walker said he likes hiring people with "diverse opinions"...that call him a liar and that he lacked integrity?  I still get a chuckle out of that one. Who thinks like that?

NOTE: Confirmed below as well, Walker really is exploiting what should be a very personal family issue; the death of his father. He even stumbled bringing it up, wedging it in purposely, expecting a sympathy vote on election day? Wow:

Walker never even stood up for, or defended, Harley Davidson from Trump's irresponsible demand that people stop buying their motorcycles! He left that up to trade policy and Trump's tariffs. Hey, what could he do?

Media Ignores Immigrant Farm Labor, not Me: Now Walker can't even defend struggling farmers in our state who need immigrant labor. Again no criticism for Trump or Congress, and no pressure to come up with an immigration policy that keeps farm labor here and protected. Democratic candidate Tony Evers offered solutions, while Walker never committed, and again shift blame off to Washington. And ag groups endorsed Walker? Walker's rehearsed "As I've mentioned, we're a nation of immigrants but we're also a nation of laws..." was another sick non-answer.

NOTE: Coincidence? Nope, Walker also mentions that he froze tuition at the same time his kids went to college. Don't you wish you could have done that?:
Tony Evers said he supports allowing undocumented workers to obtain state driver's licenses to get to and from work and providing in-state tuition for so-called Dreamers, or undocumented students who came to the country with their parents.

Walker repeatedly said "we are a nation of immigrants, but we are also a nation of laws," and did not say he would favor either proposal.

Walker sadly won't protect "America's Dairyland;" The oversupply of milk is huge. Instead of controlling the supply, organizing the states to protect dairy farmers here and around the nation, and urge the milk marketers to get off their asses, Walker simply asked everyone "at home, to eat more cereal and eat more cheese," yea, a real healthy diet there. That should go well with your nitrate laden ham sandwiches Scotty:

The Scott Walker Tax!!! Tony Evers nailed it because when it comes right down to it, there's no free lunch. For many of Walker's tax cuts, local communities had to increase their taxes, which keeps Walker's record clean.


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