VIDEO: Scott Walker on right-to-work and Obama criticism

CalWatchdog.com Editor-in-Chief Brian Calle recently interviewed Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. This is Part 1, on right-to-work and Obama’s criticism. Walker is a leading potential Republican candidate for president.

More videos from Calle’s interview with Walker will be released soon.

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  1. T Ted Teddly Machine
    T Ted Teddly Machine 17 March, 2015, 13:19

    Is this clown THE best guy the baggers have????

    w o w

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  2. NTHEOC
    NTHEOC 17 March, 2015, 15:21

    The KOCH Brothers pull the strings and this college drop out speaks!!

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  3. JimmyDeeOC
    JimmyDeeOC 17 March, 2015, 19:56

    He’s probably not telegenic enough for your average Low Information Voting Gimme-Dat Democrat. He’ll be branded by Democrat media mavens as a “meanie”, and in this day and age, that’s all she wrote. (Probably a “hater” too.)

    Too bad. After eight years of the Obama Campaign-as-Presidency, this country could use a somewhat dull, competent administrator like Walker, a modern-day Cincinnatus. (you State employees may now scurry off to Google to look him up).

    Sadly we won’t get competence. We are already too far down the shnide.

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    • Ted
      Ted 18 March, 2015, 08:04

      Jimmy–

      I’m not sure he’s a “meanie” as you suggest. But he does seem a trifle lightweight. I mean, commander in chief? LMAO

      Is this the best the repubs have? When I voted for Nixon and Reagan the Repub bench was deeeeeeeeep. Now it’s a clown car of losers. Huckabee? Cruz? What’s that water bottle guy, oh, Rubio? Or the brain surgeon clown? Or the Pizza guy from last time Cain? Or Palin? Oh my God…………..

      Now I admit freely, it’s not too much better on my side…. but it is better…… Once again– looking like the Dems will win in 16….

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