Scott Walker’s new “Brown Bag” movement

During his gubernatorial campaign, Scott Walker talked a lot about his “Brown Bag” movement to reform Wisconsin state government, but thanks to his efforts to crush Wisconsin’s public employee unions, Gov. Walker may have ended up starting a different kind of movement:

There’s no denying it’s a long time between now and the time Gov. Walker is eligible to be recalled, and the momentum to get him recalled could certainly peter out, but obviously I’m hoping it doesn’t.


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6 thoughts on “Scott Walker’s new “Brown Bag” movement

  1. The only MOVEMENT scott walker is qualified to lead is a BOWEL MOVEMENT!

    Boycott johnsonville sausages – smelly rolls of walker turds that are cleverly stuffed in sausage casing!

    These represent the TRUE walker movement and without the casing, johnsonville would be selling PURE AND FORMLESS DIARRHEA directly from koh brothers-to-scotty walker’s-butt and then into your refrigerator!

    NEVER by another walker turd from the corporatists at johnsonville – madison, Wisconsin, won’t anymore.

    Why would any working family put a walker turd on the ol’ webber grill!

  2. Scott Walker is 100% right. When people get fed up with their elected leaders misrepresenting them, it’s time to organize and recall.

  3. Scott Walker will not be recalled. I imagine an effort will be made to collect signatures, but I don’t believe enough voters are angry enough to sign the petition for recall. Further, I suspect that it will be difficult to recruit enough people to gather well over 500,000 signatures to begin the process of a recall election. That is, unless, the Democrats have the funds to hire temps to collect enough signatures like they did with former Senator George Petak was recalled. Had David Prosser lost his re-election to the State Supreme Court by a decent margin, I would have thought differently. I personally expected Prosser to lose. However, his victory, which is all but certain even after the recount, is a clear indication that the intensity is not there among Wisconsin voters to reverse the 2010 election results and boot Walker from office. If the Democrats receive a net gain of 3-4 seats in the State Senate recalls, then I might change my mind. However, I don’t see that happening.

  4. Walker says in the past lawmakers have faced recall elections after instances of misconduct in office and not over a single vote.

    “At some point if you have a recall after every vote, you could have those continuously, one-after-another-after-another and it makes it very hard in a Republic for things to get done.”

  5. apolitico

    You aint paying attention – they can click SEND and get half of what they need within 48 hours in Dane County and surrounding areas along.

    Your handle is spot-on if you are trying to tell us you don’t have a clue.

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