Monday, January 03, 2011
In the dark of the night, what evil lurks the Wisconsin Capitol? (Publicus Proventus)
What do you suppose Cheerleader Walker was up to last night, in the dark hours while the rest of us slept? He must have been up to something, or else he wouldn't have taken a secret oath of office last week to allow him to officially become governor as of 12:01 a.m.
So for all you know, state workers, you've already been fired. I'd call the office before you deal with the rush hour traffic, just to be sure.
Whatever is, he must have been doing something. Cheerleader Walker wouldn't have done something solely for symbolic purposes, would he have? Sure -- he'll mislead people about what he's going to do with rejected light rail funds, and lie about his small business tax plan, but at least he's actually doing something. So you know he was spooking around the Capitol last night, up to something.
Also: The JOB COUNT is on! Walker promised 250,000 jobs in four years as governor. That's 7.13 jobs per hour. He's been on job for 6 hours, 42 minutes as I write this -- so let's hear from you 48.15 people who found jobs overnight! YAY!