Heading into next week’s primary, Scott Walker is going to barnstorm the state pushing his sham brown bag campaign.
But we know that Walker’s phony brown bag is full of baloney.
Walker’s claim that he will cut spending is baloney – Under Scott Walker, spending in Milwaukee County increased by $349 million, or 35 percent. That’s more than Tom Barrett OR Jim Doyle.
Walker’s big talk that he will reduce taxes is baloney – Scott Walker has proposed 18 percent increases in the property tax levy during his time as County Executive – or $39 million more in tax increases.
Walker’s laughable assertion that he is fiscally responsible is baloney – Scott Walker saddled future generations with $400 million in debt when he recklessly borrowed money to solve the County’s pension fund deficit.
Walker’s baseless claim that he can get the job done is baloney – Scott Walker will say or do anything to try to get elected. He flip flopped on immigration in less than 24 hours, reversed his position on the smoking ban within days, and continues to contradict himself on health care, stimulus, concealed carry and many more issues.
And baloney is all Wisconsin’s working and middle class families will be able to afford after Walker gives his enormous $1.8 billion tax giveaway to the wealthiest 1% and big corporate elite.
$681,203.78 : That’s the amount that Scott Walker has paid SCM Associates Incorporated. SCM Associates Incorporated is a conniving East Coast political consulting firm that is literally recycling this phony brown bag tour that Walker has bizarrely made the centerpiece of his campaign. As you know it was first used in 1998 for an Ohio Republican running for the Senate and Walker is even using some of the material verbatim.
By clicking here or here, you’ll find an artist’s portrayal of Scott Walker as he tries to sell Wisconsin a phony baloney brown bag movement. Also, please check out our “Scott Walker’s Brown Bag is Full of Baloney” flyer. Feel free to share it with your family and your friends.
And make sure you tell Walker if he comes to your town that it’s going to take more than his baloney to get Wisconsin working again.