Friday, January 13, 2017

UPDATE. Scott Walker tries to govern for everybody and fails miserably

The laser focus on job creation continues

Estimate:  proposed child support changes affects .04 percent of parents.  (, 1/7/2017)
A proposal from Gov. Scott Walker’s administration to reduce the amount of child support wealthy parents pay could affect less than one-tenth of one percent of the state’s parents paying child support.

Related posts:
How Stupid Does Joel Kleefisch Think We Are?  (1/11/2014)

Wherein we find that the rich guy who started this conversation has been very generous to our governor.

Original 1/2/2017 post, Scott Walker in so many words:  "We are family" -- as he rewrites history in the process", starts here.

Quoted at In addressing political divide, Scott Walker says his goal is 'try to govern for everyone'.  (Capital Times, 12/25/2016)

Actually, Walker generally prefers a 'divide-and-conquer' strategy. 

And guess what? It's working, Wisconsin! 

Sadly, it's still going strong 6 years later.

Related reading:
Divide and Conquer.  Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s divisive message for winning the White House.  (Slate, 1/28/2015)
His message, in short, was that he was effective, unwavering, and uncompromising. There was no need for outreach or a “big tent.” With the right conservative message, Republicans could win elections—and win them in blue states—on their own.

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