Walker's State of the State: The Packers and Freedom

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I lived in Wisconsin for only

I lived in Wisconsin for only 17 years, but it was at a time when I was proud to say that....since people elected Scott Walker, I am glad that I no longer have to live under his tyrannical, ignorant leadership. Don't know what happened to the Wisconsin people I respected and loved, but someone has to tell them it is wrong to support politicians like Scott Walker and they are only hurting themselves.

Gladys Kane more than 2 years ago

It doesn't seem much like

It doesn't seem much like freedom of speech ir anything else when he speaks before a cherry picked audience. What a sa
d situation when teachers are treated like the enemy and children lose educational opportunities that could help them lead a more satisfying life.

dorothy braun more than 2 years ago

Walker starves public schools

Walker starves public schools of money and resources needed for success, labels them failures so private rich investors can move in taking tax payers (middle class) money to funnel into their coffers. These schools are unregulated and tend to find loopholes to eliminate children with learning challenges. again the poor suffer due to the greed of the wealthy.

Mary Milton more than 2 years ago

But, but! He was just re

But, but! He was just re elected! He must!be presidential material, right??

doug more than 2 years ago

Maybe it is time for Scott

Maybe it is time for Scott Walker to go back to Marquette and get his college degree so he can keep up with the competition. And let the public know why he left in his last and final year of college without a degree. If ever elected, not likely, to become President, he would be the first one since Harry Truman not to have received a bachelors degree. No wonder he is angry with teachers.

RNF123 more than 2 years ago

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