Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Headline News: 1,259,031 Wisconsin Voters Would Have Made P. T. Barnum Proud


Related posts:
What a Marquette Law School poll uncovered:  Generally speaking, Wisconsinites do not support a Scott Walker Presidential candidacy.  This is especially true among Independents and Democrats, but even 39% of Republicans do not support this flight of fancy.

Here's the Message That Wisconsin Voters Need to Deliver to Scott Walker on November 4, 2014.  (7/31/2014)
Returned to sender.


 

A steadily growing list of 2016 Republican primary posts:
The two are so easily confused.  (11/13/2014)
Less than a week after the election, Scott Walker is already promoting his Presidential bona fides.  (11/10/2014)
Scott Walker's flights of fancy: He thinks he's gonna be President.  (10/9/2014)
"Undecided" leads, Scott Walker brings up the rear in McClatchy-Marist Republican Presidential Primary poll.  (10/5/2014)
Remember this hilarious Scott Walker headline from 2012?   (8/31/2014)
Scott Walker wonders why Iowa Republicans aren't playing his song.  (8/28/20140
Bobby Jindal's Tea-Party pandering gets him nowhere.  (8/21/2014)
Tight gubernatorial race outs Scott Walker's Presidential ambitions on Hold.  (8/15/2014) 
Scott Walker joins the 2016 Republican Presidential candidate wooing game of Hispanic voters.  (8/9/2014) 
Fox News poll has got the love for Rick Perry.  (7/28/2014) 
CNN/ORC poll: 2016 Republican primary preferences.  (7/28/2014) 
Scott Walker looks to Iowa and wonders.  (7/18/2014)
Scott Walker:  "Try not to talk about 2016 right now."  7/13/2014)
New Hampshire Republicans to Chris Christie: "C'mon, baby, (re)light our fire"!  (7/13/2014)
Quinnipiac polls: Chris Christie's favorables take a tumble after George Washington Bridge scandal hits the news .  (7/10/2014)
Quinnipiac polls: Since May 2013, Jeb Bush's unfavorables outpace his favorables .  (7/9/2014)
Do Republicans have a problem with women voters?  (7/9/2014)
Based on 15 months of Quinnipiac polling, Scott Walker is the only Republican candidate with any momentum.  (7/9/2014)
Republican 2016 Presidential primary preferences are flattening.  (7/9/2014) 
Scott Walker edges out Rick Santorum and Bobby Jindal in New Hampshire Republican Presidential primary poll.  (6/20/2014)
Another Presidential poll, another 5% for Walker.  (6/16/2014)
Hello, Wisconsin independent voters, Scott Walker is polling at 6% in Iowa.  (5/23/2014)
If that's the case, Walker should immediately announce that he's not a candidate for the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination.  (5/23/2014
The Marquette University Law School poll asks the question, Do Wisconsin voters want to see Walker run for president in 2016? (5/22/2014)
"Scott Walker" tied with "None" for 1st choice in CNN/ORC Republican Presidential preference poll.  (5/8/2014)
Another Presidential primary poll, another 5% showing for Scott Walker.  (5/1/2014)
I hope Scott Walker had a good Easter cuz Donald Trump is outpolling him in New Hampshire. (4/20/2014)
Fox News: Scott Walker polling neck-and-neck with Rick Santorum.  (4/17/2014)
Iowa Republican caucus voters not singing Scott Walker's song.  (4/10/2014)
Scott Walker still "Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again".    (4/4/2014)
While Mary Burke campaigns for Governor, Scott Walker continues to run for President.  (3/28/2014)
The Washington Examiner offers a boost to Scott Walker Presidential campaign without a hint of irony.  (3/26/2014)
Let's do an ID update on this Townhall straw poll.  (3/25/2014)
Scott Walker for President 2016: Pundits like the idea but the public sez "meh".  (3/16/2014)
Scott Walker is in a bind.  (3/15/2014)
Christie/Walker meme, part 3.  (3/8/2014)
Christie/Walker meme, part 2.  (3/7/2014)
Christie/Walker meme, part 1.  (3/7/2014)
The chattering class falls hard for Scott Walker, but the voters are still scratching their heads.  (3/6/2014)
So he, too, can embarrass himself.  (12/30/2013)

1 comment:

Gerard said...

I've read online comments about how happy people are with Walker and want him to stay and "fix" Wisconsin before becoming President.

I simultaneously cringe and roll my eyes.