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Palinizing Scott Walker by Proxy

Palinizing Scott Walker by Proxy

Can’t wait to read reports of his fake pregnancy.

From my point of view, the single best moment of the 2008 election season was Sarah Palin’s speech at the Republican Party convention:

Palin was so genuine, so impassioned, and so appealing — despite lacking cherished Beltway connections and credentials — that she instantly became a target.

One of the most ridiculous attacks centered on her personal beauty, and terms such as “naughty librarian” were launched in a nuclear-scale War on One Woman.

That Scott Walker has similar appeal is proven by the various attacks already being made, despite the fact that the first caucus vote has not been cast. However, the attack on good looks can’t truly be launched against him directly.

So, call the latest progressive response “naughty librarian by proxy”.

“Dear Tell All,” troubled reader Kate Mallet wrote, “I can’t help noticing that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker picks beautiful young women to be the spokespeople for his administration and his campaigns.”

Mallet mentions four dazzling, alluring spokeswomen currently or previously employed by Walker: Laurel Patrick, Alleigh Marré, Jocelyn Webster and Ciara Matthews.

The reader then offers up a malignant conspiracy of beauty on par with the evils of tobacco companies.

“The thinking seems to be: We’ll use this eye candy to make our ‘product’ more palatable, just as the advertising industry has always done with noxious products like cigarettes and fast food,” Mallet proposes.

“What does it say to the young girls of Wisconsin who hope to do important work when they grow up, regardless of their looks?” she asks indignantly. “In my opinion Walker’s approach sets women back 50 years, to the pre-feminist Mad Men era.”

Of course, pundits have already targeted Walker’s lack of a college degree, trying to show that he just isn’t smart enough to cut it as President. And while I find the lack of an Ivy League degree more of a feature than a bug, a similar line of attack was also used against Palin.

Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin seems to have switched colleges at least six times in six years, including two stints at the University of Idaho before graduating from there in 1987.

Federal privacy laws prohibit the schools from disclosing her grades, and none of the schools contacted by The Associated Press could say why she transferred. There was no indication any were contacted as part of the background investigation of Palin by presidential candidate John McCain’s campaign.

While our press showed a notable lack of interest in Obama’s academic achievements, I would assert that even if he gradated with a 4.0 from each institution he attended, the domestic and foreign policy results indicate that book smarts do not automatically translate into great leadership skills.

Some are also criticizing Walker for not having foreign policy credentials:

On a recent Monday at Washington’s Willard InterContinental hotel, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker was schooled on the world by some of the GOP’s leading foreign-policy lights. In a two-hour tutorial, seated around a table in the Taft Room sipping sodas and coffee, they used detailed regional maps to lead the likely presidential candidate on a tour of the globe’s hot spots: Israel and the Middle East, Latin America, Russia and Ukraine.​

The reason for Walker’s crash course was urgent: He has not impressed many leading Republicans with his grasp of foreign affairs. He drew mockery from members of both parties last month for refusing to talk about foreign policy on a trip to London and then for comparing his experience battling labor protesters to taking on Islamic State terrorists.

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I seem to recall that Vice President Joe Biden was suppose to add foreign policy gravitas. Unless international relations now consist of creeping out women and children, I think Walker already outshines our current “smart set” in his current role as a Midwestern governor.

Again, this tactic comes straight out of the anti-Palin playbook. The progressive entertainment industry had to create an inane skit mocking a thoughtful comment Palin made about Putin and Russia — all of which has subsequently come true, I might add.

At this point, I wouldn’t be surprised if the progressive pundits accused Scott Walker of faking a pregnancy.


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Why isn’t Scott Walker in Selma today? DOESN’T HE CARE ABOUT CIVIL RIGHTS???

25 years ago Scott can show us where he was and what he was up to.
Obama….his history in that same period has been redacted.

Kate Mallet is typical of all progressives. Smugly superior, yet intellectually mediocre…. and they can’t troll worth a damn.

No, they’ll claim he forced some old girl friend they’ll dig up to have an abortion.

That he wouldn’t pay for.

Plus he dumped her while she was in the hospital for his secretary who he married and has been cheating on ever since.

With hookers while doing blow in hotel rooms in Madison.

And that was before he built his own submachine gun and killed a bunch of homeless in Waukegan.

He thinks Obama was born in Kenya and is a Muslim.

Rape must be okay since he’s suspected of doing so many.

His grades before he fled college were below average.

His mom wears combat boots.

Ms. Eastman, a fine post with fine links!

What foreign policy experience has any Presidential candidate have when they ran for office? The only ones that I can think of are Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. Thomas Jefferson was a Secretary of States before he became President. The current mindless idiot sure as hell didn’t have any.

    gregjgrose in reply to Stan25. | March 7, 2015 at 3:58 pm

    JQ Adams, and a little more recently, Eisenhower dealt with a few matters in Europe before running

    Ragspierre in reply to Stan25. | March 7, 2015 at 4:21 pm

    G.H.W. Bush was quite a seasoned foreign policy hand.

    So was FDR, really. You didn’t serve as Assistant Sec. Of The Navy during war without a good grasp of foreign policy, or at least a lot of exposure.

Sun_Zeneise | March 7, 2015 at 2:07 pm

“From my point of view, the single best moment of the 2008 election season was Sarah Palin’s speech at the Republican Party convention” True. She showed that she could reach the people over the big media blab barrier. That, scared the crap out the Democrats. So they detailed myrmidons to tear her apart, and marginalize her.

It’s time to stop using the broad term “the media” and time to destroy their credibility — by naming-names. Many of them lead desolate lives that should be exposed. all of the fabricate quotes. The “media” are the running dogs of suppression. It’s time to stifle their megaphone.

They are working 24/7 to destroy Walker, Cruz and Carson, they cannily with the others.

I, a gray haired old lady, was on a airplane leaving Denver for Minneapolis just before the Republican Convention and I was reading a news paper article with a picture of Sarah Palin. A man next to me (he was dressed in a business suit – it that means anything) asked me what I was doing in Denver, I told him I was at the Democrat Convention. He then nodded at the picture of Sarah Palin and asked if I would vote for her and I said “In a heart beat” his jaw went slack and and I saw a look on his face that I read as “Oh S hit”.

And I am with you name names, they are colluding to destroy our way of life and surrender our children to indentured servitude. If for no other reason History needs to know their names.

“What does it say to the young girls of Wisconsin who hope to do important work when they grow up, regardless of their looks?”

Well, this harpy THEN goes on and ASSIGNS an ‘approach’ to Walker that she pulled out of HER butt, and is totally based on “looks”. So, can’t really pretty females be smart? And, if you were hiring on MERIT, would it be right to worry if too many of your hires were attractive? ‘Cause THAT’s entirely based on LOOKS. Maybe we can have Megyn Kelly do a segment on this. Heh!

Foreign policy, huh? Has Walker negotiated with a tough, trained negotiator? Why, HELL YEAH! And he beat the snot out of them. Would he let the Iranians push him all over the room like Kerry? Unimaginable.

But WAIT! Presidents aren’t the point on foreign policy! THEY can HIRE a good person to do that. John Bolton might accept that job. Maybe some really smart, tough retired generals are out there?

I think many Americans are coming around to the realization that steeping in the anti-American sludge that is Harvard and Yale,, MAY not be a GOOD thing at all. Precious few come out of that muck who are worth shooting.

    Stan25 in reply to Ragspierre. | March 7, 2015 at 7:22 pm

    She is jealous that some hottie would get a job that was the one that the harpy wanted. Just like all the hotties at Fox News, the other narrative network readers are competing with and losing out in spades. Feminiazis at their best.

“The thinking seems to be: We’ll use this eye candy to make our ‘product’ more palatable, just as the advertising industry has always done with noxious products like cigarettes and fast food,” Mallet proposes.

Well, I can think of any number of “noxious products” it hasn’t helped a damn bit.

Sean Penn springs to mind…

Oh gosh, here it comes!

19-Year-Old Black Male, Tony Robinson, Shot By Police Officer In Madison Wisconsin – Black Lives Matter and F**k The Police Protestors Rush to Scene….

“Oh brother, this police shooting has all the elements needed for the assembly of the BGI, professional agitators, #FTP and #BLM crowd. In addition this shooting carries geographic joy for the race-baiting crews because it took place in über PC correct, Madison Wisconsin.

The geography gives the political left a boost as they will attempt to connect Governor Scott Walker to the shooting incident, and Madison has been the home of some of the more politically correct avoidance of black racial violence.”

mumzieistired | March 7, 2015 at 4:13 pm

So Walker is brushing up on the world’s hot spots?

Bet he hasn’t even been to all 57 states…

FTA: “…Walker picks beautiful young women to be the spokespeople for his administration and his campaigns.”

At least they seem to have a brain between their ears (harf, harf, psaki…).

Never underestimate the left’s ability to destroy through demonization and ridicule. They’re pretty good at it. Majorly during my lifetime: Nixon, Goldwater, Quayle, George W Bush, Palin, and a host of other Republicans and conservatives of lesser magnitude, not to mention untold numbers of others on state and local levels. I live in a very blue state, where the common practice of the Ds together with the media is to marginalize Republican candidates as looney tune nutjobs as soon as they become any way name-worthy, so they never gain any traction.

They tried to do with Reagan, and it worked to an extent. Most on the left still scoff at the mention of his name and still see him as a cartoon figure. But Reagan rose above above it, almost good-naturedly, and turned the tables on them with most voters.

Nixon gave as good as he got, and that’s what really earned their enmity, a long, long time before Watergate. Doing battle with them eventually drove Nixon bat $hit paranoid crazy, and that turned out to be his fatal flaw. But he wasn’t wrong, they really were out to get him.

With Walker they’ll keep digging and making runs at him, including making things up about him, until they get something –anything– to start a feeding frenzy. In the meantime it’ll be a death by a thousand teensy cuts.

These word weavers write for their base and produce a meme of someone that will be repeated over and over and over again by their faithful and dumbed down followers for months, if not years. It is effective in keeping their senses dull through the voting season. The lie is told one page one – the retraction on page B-31, 90 days later. How many times have you seen a post by someone about how dumb Sarah Palin was for seeing Russian from her porch?