Thursday, September 3, 2015

In his latest campaign ad, Scott Walker shows off his divide-and-conquer bona fides

Pro-Scott Walker PAC highlights Act 10 protests in new ad.  (Capital Times, 9/3/2015)

  • $7,000,000 in Iowa
  • $9,000,000 in Nevada, New Hampshire, and (mostly) South Carolina

The professionally slick, fairy-tale voice-over

Madison, Wisconsin, 2011.  

Big government union activists lead thousands of liberal activists in protest against Scott Walker's bold reforms.

They storm the capitol, threaten safety, even try to recall him.*

But Scott Walker never backs down.  

To eliminate a huge $3.6 billion deficit, he takes decisive action.  The results:  a billion dollar surplus, $2 billion in tax relief, the unemployment rate cut nearly in half.  

And Walker forces unions to pay their fair share of benefits -- just like everyone else does**.

Time after time, Scott Walker fights and wins.

"Our big, bold reforms here in Wisconsin took the power out of the hands of the big government special interests and put them firmly into the hands of the hard-working taxpayers.  Now more than ever, America needs a President who will fight and win for America!"

*All in a day's work, of course.

**Employer-provided retirementbenefits were available to 31 percent of private industry workers in the lowest wage category.

Scott Walker:  Party like it's 2011!

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