Scott Walker has come under fire in recent days for refusing to answer questions such as whether he believes President Obama is a Christian. Also, after former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani commented that he was not sure that Pres. Obama loves this country, Gov. Walker refused to respond to questions regarding the mayor’s comments.
There is an underlying question that the media has for Gov. Walker that they are not asking but would like to. That question is, “How dare you?” If he were willing to answer that question, they could expose Gov. Walker’s audacity on any number of counts.
First, how does Scott Walker dare lead the Republican pack of presidential primary possibilities? Doesn’t he know that Jeb Bush is supposed to hold that position? The media and the Republican establishment have been fawning over him for weeks. So who does Scott Walker think he is assuming this leading role in the polls?
His audacity, not excluded to grabbing the primary spot from the Republican Party and media anointed, also includes doing so as a Tea Party type conservative. We all know that no one likes them and that they could never win anything. That is why the Republican Party constantly shoves to the forefront someone who looks like a Democrat but has an “R” after their name such as a Jeb Bush. So that causes us to ask where Scott Walker as one of those people that no one likes gets the chutzpah to take the lead.
His utter arrogance extends even further by his opposing and beating the unions in Wisconsin. Even worse, in so doing he put Wisconsin, which was failing fiscally, on stable financial footing in very short order. What audacity. But it doesn’t stop there. He has won three elections for the governorship, one of them being a recall election, beating back everything that the state and national Democratic Party could throw at him. When I said they threw everything at him, I was being very literal. His opponents even tried to endear themselves to the people of Wisconsin by urinating all over the inside of the capitol building. Even that failed to endear the hearts of the voters, securing victory for Scott Walker. Really, who does he think he is?
But Scott Walker is even worse than all that. Despite his stellar performance as governor, it is obvious that he is incapable of leading our country. He did not attend the anointed universities, Yale or Harvard, that have produced such stellar leaders as our current President. Instead he attended some flyover country school as did Ronald Reagan, and we all know what a big mistake he was. In fact, Scott Walker didn’t finish his last semester at Marquette. The least he could’ve done is given liberal professors the full opportunity to mess up his mind. So how can he possibly think that he’s qualified to be our next president?
Just when you think it couldn’t get worse, it does. Fasten your seatbelts. Scott Walker’s father is a Baptist minister (gasp). The good news is that he’s not as far out as his father. The bad news is that he may be worse. He attends Meadowbrook Church, a nondenominational church that includes this assertion right at the outset of its doctrinal statement:
“We believe the Scriptures, both Old and New Testaments, to be the inspired Word of God, without error in the original writings, the complete revelation of His will for the salvation of men, and the Divine and final authority for all Christian faith and life.”
Can this country sustain a president that attends church with a bunch of crazies? If he must attend, the least he could do is find a church of the caliber of Jeremiah Wright’s.
Back to the initial expression of Scott Walker’s unmitigated moxie, refusing to answer media questions, he not only failed to answer, but he let these journalists know that he didn’t buy into the double standard of asking questions to Republicans that they don’t ask Democrats. A potential presidential candidate calling the media on their hypocrisy!!! How dare he?
Sorry, but since Scott Walker is not into answering off-the-wall questions, he probably won’t answer that one either.