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Union-Busting Kochsucker Scott Walker New GOP Favorite For 2012
We won't know for sure until he double-sucks the withered old peckers of David and Charles Koch on live television while simultaneously pooping on the grave of a 9/11 firefighter and strangling a pre-schooler, but Wisconsin's Scott Walker is quickly shaping up to be the Republicans' top choice to run for president in 2012. He's got the can-do moxie of a real go-getter scrambling up the corporate ladder, and if he can illegally stomp the teachers and police and firemen of Wisconsin (until it's all overturned in court) then maybe he can push the rest of the American Middle Class into poverty and turn the "frown" of schools and public sewer systems upside down into a new libertarian-kleptocrat utopia (for the Koch Brothers). RUN SCOTT DON'T WALKER!
That's a pretty good 2012 campaign slogan, don't you think, Scott? This is David Koch writing this here beautiful blog post, and I think you'll agree it's a great slogan. In fact, I think you'll agree with literally anything I say, such as, "It's groovy to rape a baby." Money is money, right Scott?
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, who signed sweeping curbs on public unions into law on March 11, may be emerging as a potential 2012 Republican presidential contender, according to a poll issued on Thursday. The phone survey by Public Policy Polling of 642 registered voters on March 10-13 found that Walker's favorability among Republican voters was 55 percent positive and 11 percent negative, a spread of 44 points.
That pushed Walker ahead of other possible Republican contenders like former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich ....
"None of the folks most seriously considering this race have been able to get any momentum yet, leaving a lot of room for a fresher face to enter and get a lot of traction," it said. "Walker's crusade against the unions has put him in a position where he could be that guy."