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Of course, Crowley won't accept what Gov. Walker has rightfully argued, and instead, spews her lefty bias. Remember, she once moderated a Presidential debate.
"Because in the end, what people want is freedom and opportunity. You don't get that through the mighty hand of the government. I think as a kid when I grew up in Delavan, nobody I knew in my class said, 'Someday, my goal is to grow up and become dependent on the government.' The same way for all the great people I have met who have immigrated from other countries – be it Mexico or India or Germany or anywhere else - all those folks I know who are successful small business owners don't say to me that they came here because they wanted to become dependent on America.
"No, the American dream is given a chance, given an opportunity, the great thing about this country, greater than just about any country in the world, is that you have an equal opportunity, but the outcome's up to you. The problem is too many Americans right now don't have that equal opportunity, and we should be making the case about how we're going to make it easier to create a job, easier to get in the workforce, easier to get the skills that they need to fill those jobs. We’re not going to artificially raise things."
Gov. Scott Walker
I became a true Elvis fan “later in life” thanks to Kevin. I’ve been here, and I can’t wait to go back:
Here's the latest:
A couple weeks ago I blogged about my love of pizza AND a great new concept to come from Colorado.
Wisconsin Senate President Mike Ellis and our governor Scott Walker have the right idea: Give the tax payers a break and put OUR money back in OUR hands. Thank you!
UPDATE: The Governor delivers his State of the State address.
I don’t live, eat, and breathe politics like a lot of people. But I do my fair share of following current events, especially those that affect me and my family and friends and neighbors.
This past week our great governor, Scott Walker had a very good week.
During his State of the State speech, he appropriately and accurately discussed how he’s turned our state finances around. And he wants to do what I want him to do: Give most of the surplus (the taxpayers’ money) back to where it came from: that would be me and every other tapped to the max taxpayer in Wisconsin.
Before he outlined his common sense plan, a poll was taken by Marquette University Law School showing Walker leads his only Democrat opponent by 6 percentage points. I don’t know about you, but I’d rather be ahead than behind, even this early in the game.
So, if Governor Walker had a good week, that means his liberal detractors in the local press weren’t happy and needed to spin. It’s so blatant so as not to be funny.
First, let’s look at how a more balanced and fair, and yes, conservative news organization reported on the MU poll.
The WI Reporter had this headline on its website:
Walker’s lead growing in latest 2014 election poll