An anonymous commenter summed it up this way: Walker has a knack for hiring criminals, getting caught lying, getting embroiled in John Doe investigations for shady activities, and he can't answer a yes or no question or make a key decision.
The New York Times: "Even as Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin looks ahead to 2016 and a possible presidential bid, his political past as Milwaukee County executive has come back to haunt him."
"Governors should be defined not just by what they do and say but who they surround themselves with, making sure to have the smartest person for a particular task or to head a specific agency. They should be judged on that basis and who they take advice from."----Scott Walker (American Thinker interview)
On what would have been Pres. Ronald Reagan's 103rd birthday (Feb.6), Thinkprogress posted an article citing 7 Reagan moves that may well have led to his excommunication from today's Republican Party if he were alive today.
From July 2007-June 2011, Dr. Paul Kreutzer was superintendent of the School District of New Berlin. Prior to that, he was the superintendent of North Lake, a one-school K-8 district of about 400 students in Wisconsin. Dr. Kreutzer left the New Berlin School District in 2011 to take a lucrative superintendent post in New York's Katonah-Lewisboro District. (See my previous blog post) The Katonah-Lewisboro District's Board President introduced Dr. Kreutzer to their community as a committed family man whose wife and young daughter would be joining him. Indeed, Dr. Kreutzer's wife, a teacher, took a job in a nearby school district.