And that's where I've been for years, an apolitical problem solver.
Sure, you've seen me attack Republican policy because what they're doing is strictly partisan. Plus it's a criticism of right wing messaging and framing that dominates how things are reported. It's a tactic to vilify policy.
This is what I'm talking about...labeling popular and legitimate fact based solutions as "liberal" policies?
I don't recall ever reading what Walker and the Republicans did as "conservative" policy?
We are now automatically describing everything from a conservative point of view, and shuddering at the thought of extreme "liberal" ideas. The truth...
Just ask a "stand with Walker" voter to name one major state problem he solved as governor. Walker passed every "conservative" political theory on his check list, but ignored real problems. It's a mind boggling list Walker just flat out didn't think was important to his agenda;
The veteran homes problem, polluted drinking water problem, youth prison problem, transportation problem, state parks funding problem, health insurance problem, school funding problem, rural broadband problem, dairy farm bankruptcies and over supply problems, fossil fuel problem, CWD problem, breathtaking taxpayer handouts to billion dollar big businesses problem...these are the states biggest problems.Now a Twitter troll, Scott Walker continues to brag about his tax cuts, tax cuts that were eaten up by referendums, car repairs, tariff war prices, climate change cleanups, and rising health care costs. Thanks?