“Career Politician Mark Neumann off-base with his attack towards Scott Walker”

That’s the title of a recent blog entry by Kyle Maichle of the North Shore Exponent blog. Maichle, a die-hard Scott Walker supporter, seems to think Mark Neumann is a career politician, and when confronted with the fact that Scott Walker has spent more years in politics than Mark Neumann, Maichle deployed this “logic”:

Walker has had six years of private sector experience. 16 years experience has been as a public servant.

The reason why Neumann is a career politician because he has spent four years with the party establishment against conservative values.

So here’s Kyle Maichle’s math:

6 years in private sector + 16 years as a politician = “public servant”
15 years in private sector (as a business owner) + 4 years as a politician = “career politician”

Perhaps Kyle Maichle should see if there’s a session on logic the next time he attends a “conservative bloggers conference,” because he sure could use a healthy dose of logic (and a spellchecker, for that matter).

And if you’d like, watch Kyle Maichle in action for yourself:

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7 Responses to How’s this for “logic?”

  1. Jim says:

    and….Subscribed! This looks like a fun blog for me. Thanks Zach.

  2. rbrtdowney says:

    Does Mr. Maichle cut his own hair? In the dark?

  3. folkbum says:

    I was willing to give Kyle the benefit of the doubt that he just suffers from what a lot of people–most of whom choose not to be writers–suffer from, which is an inability to write what they can reasonably say out loud. With video evidence, not so much.

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