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Scott Walker to Withdraw; Mark Obenshain Sure Knows How to Pick a Winner! LOL


Remember how Scott Walker tapped Sen. Mark “Criminalize Miscarriages” Obenshain to chair his Virginia campaign for president? Well…hahahahaha.  Oh yeah, and Walker team member Jerry Kilgore as well. #FAIL

P.S. Oh yeah, and wingnut Del. David Ramadan!



  • Blah blah blah…

    The announcement today that Scott Walker has ended his campaign for president is disappointing, but it does nothing to diminish his historic accomplishments. I am proud to have supported his presidential bid.

    In a blue state, he won two elections and fought back a recall by successfully reaching out to Republicans, Independents and conservative Democrats, without abandoning his core principles. That has long been the key to winning elections in Virginia, and I believe that it is how we will elect a Republican in next year’s critical presidential election.

    I’ve never been shy about fighting for candidates I support-even in nomination contests-and I’m not going to start now. Fortunately there are some truly outstanding candidates still in the GOP presidential field, and I am confident that one of them will be the next President of the United States.

  • pvogel

    is that   in the next 8 months,  16  losers  will be crowned!

  • AUFC Statement on WI Gov. Scott Walker’s Whimpering Exit from the Presidential Stage

    “Turns out belittling working men and women isn’t a recipe for success even among GOP primary voters”

    Washington DC – With Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker widely expected to drop out of the presidential race tonight, Americans United for Change President Brad Woodhouse issued the following statement:

    “As he limps out of the race at zero percent in the national polls, Scott Walker was a one-trick labor bashing pony and the novelty seems to have worn off even among Republican primary voters. And not even the Koch brothers could save him from his money problems. But really, what was Walker running on to begin with? All Walker had to show for stripping away thousands of Wisconsin workers’ collective bargaining rights was turning one of the best state jobs records into one of the worst in the Midwest, while the Badger state led the nation in families falling out of the middle class. Governor Walker has the reverse-Midas touch. Everything he touches economically turns to dairy cow flop.  Let Walker’s early collapse be a lesson to the other Republicans who might be considering taking up the Right-to-Work (For 3% Less) mantle. Assaulting the labor movement isn’t just a loser economically, it’s a loser politically, with polls showing that nearly 60 percent of Americans and a greater majority of millennials, regardless of political affiliation, support unions.  Don’t let the door hit you on the way out, Scott.”