Scott Walker just can’t get it through his head that he is the governor of Wisconsin.
Not the head of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Foundation, at whose California gathering last fall he outlined his agenda for the coming year.
And not the leader of the bankers and business executives at whose Madison gathering, according to WisPolitics, he was busy Thursday “unveiling part of his plan for an income tax cut and investment capital legislation” that he will present in next week’s State of the State address.
This governor has a habit of revealing the details of his agenda first to those who can benefit him most politically — either with support on the national political circuit, where he spends so much of his time, or with the campaign contributions he so craves.
The voters of Wisconsin are always last.
Last to know.
And last to be served by the governor’s policy of delivering first and foremost for his political cronies.
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