SCOTT WALKER IS ABOVE AND BEYOND THE MOST QUALIFIED TO BE PRESIDENT!

Scott Walker, a Republican in at best a purple state but is mostly blue.

He’s won three elections in four years and changed the governing map in Wisconsin

Most importantly, he finally did what Republicans have talked about for years but never accomplished, reducing the power of the public employee unions stuffed to the gills with compulsory dues.

(and, therefore the means to have the symbiotic relationship with Democrats)

Democrats: the party that sometimes skirts the bounds of criminality and often crosses over to it.

Scott Walker was not deterred by union operatives threatening to murder his wife.  Many times threats have worked (Remember, Ross Perot in 1992).

Given the whole operation in American politics…

I’LL SAY FROM THE RAMPARTS!!!

SCOTT WALKER IS ABOVE AND BEYOND THE MOST QUALIFIED TO BE PRESIDENT!

HE CAN, AND WILL, COMMUNICATE WITH AMERICANS WHO HAVE BEEN LEFT OUT OF THE POLITICAL PROCESS

FROM LOWER MIDDLE CLASS

AND MILLENNIALS, WHO FEEL THEY’VE WASTED THEIR TIME AND ACQUIRED GREAT DEBT IN THE LIBERAL SEWERS CALLED COLLEGES

AND WOMEN, WHO BELIEVE IN GOD AND MORALITY THAT THE FEMINISTS TREAT AS DIRT

AND MINORITY PARENTS, WHO CAN’T GET THEIR KIDS INTO A DECENT CHARTER SCHOOL BECAUSE THE TEACHERS UNIONS RUN THE GOVERNMENT AND STAND IN THEIR WAY.

AND BEN CARSON COULD BE A CABINET OFFICER IN A WALKER ADMINISTRATION

ROMNEY COULD MAKE THE MONETARY SACRIFICE AND BE A VALUABLE CABINET OFFICER AND CONFIDANT OF THE NEW PRESIDENT

AND REPEAL OBAMA’S EXECUTIVE ORDERS BY THE THOUSANDS

LET AMERICA BE AMERICA AGAIN AND NOT A VASSAL STATE OF JIHADIST ISLAM.

 

Contributor – The Bunny Rabbit

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One thought on “SCOTT WALKER IS ABOVE AND BEYOND THE MOST QUALIFIED TO BE PRESIDENT!

  1. As always, I agree whole heatedly with The Bunny Rabbit’s sentiment.

    I have one minor difference.

    I think most modern teachers care very much in the success of their students. Teachers are well aware of what’s at stake (including, their reputations and changing those current negative perceptions).

    Schools fail and succeed for many reasons.

    However, touting charter schools as the solution is unfair.

    FACTS: Charter schools are not held to the same state standards as public schools. They need not teach the mandated curricula, report failing teachers, and keep enrolled weak students or disruptive students. They are cheaper to run because salaries are lower. Often, teacher hires are people who were passed over public positions. These are also teachers that would leave in a heartbeat if a better paying public position became available.

    What works in schools?

    Bottom line: “Communities that value education; families who nurture their children’s academic endeavors; classroom teachers who know how to inspire kids to excel; school administrators who create a positive and productive learning environment.”

    Black, white, green, red or plaid… Students succeed where parents value and are involved in a their children’s education.

    I agree, Teacher’s Unions sometimes react counter-intuitively to what may be in the best interest of schools (supporting failing teachers, blindly supporting Democrat candidates because of monetary kickbacks, etc.). However, Charter schools will suffer the same fate if and when politicos who scream “Accountability!” start looking at their true approach and record.

    As for those schools in Wisconsin…

    Yes, Wisconsin’s teachers unions suffered the consequences of a bloated, mismanaged system. I think that is was good that Scott Walker made it a point to step in. Municipal contracts needed to be amended.

    What is not talked about…

    Those same politicians (mostly Democrats) prior to the Walker administration raided every pension fund that they could to pay for one social welfare scheme or another. Those same in-the-Democrat-pocket teachers unions let it happen. They compromised the public trust with expensive operating costs- It was the perfect storm. — and, they paid the price. Moreover, we hear much about fiscal benefits of breaking that bloated union, but nothing is reported about how it has measurably benefited students (in real time).

    Reaganman.

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