Pawlenty’s PAC is setting up a petition, too. Of course, collecting information for that petition will also provide a bunch of names and e-mails of grassroots conservatives for any future Pawlenty campaign . . .
This prank call by a liberal blogger on Scott Walker, posing as wealthy conservative philanthropist David Koch, looks like an enormous strategic error. Walker simply explains why he’s approaching the issue the way he is, and pretty much shrugs off the “zany” comments from the faux-Koch, like, “you’re not talking with these Democrat bastards, are you?”
It probably shouldn’t surprise us that President Obama begins his comments on Wisconsin governor Scott Walker’s proposals with the words, “I’d say that I haven’t followed exactly what’s happening with the Wisconsin budget,” and then promptly declares that Walker’s plan “seems like more of an assault on unions.”