Monday, November 18, 2013
Animation: Walker Wasn't Delivering Books During His First Tour
Just when I thought the people of Wisconsin might be slowly healing from some of the more deeply personal, divisive and bitter wounds Gov. Scott Walker has subjected us to comes the release of his book, "Unintimidated: A Governor's story and a nation's challenge."
According to selected excerpts from the book released by the publisher, Walker has a complete disregard for people who he doesn't agree with and no feelings of responsibility or remorse whatsoever, and indeed seems to take joy plundering groups of constituents all over again for the advancement of his political career. One thing's for certain, I won't be buying the book.
For me however, his book has rekindled a new fighting spirit for truth and justice that began in Madison during the Spring of 2011. With the state now entering its fourth year of relentless deformation by the butchering hands of Walker and the state GOP, the continued fall-out compels me to review some of the key episodes with a new maturity and broadened knowledge base.
In hindsight, the damage is much worse and expansive now with the passage of Act 20 than I originally thought. I'm sure many, many feel the same way.
So in memory of his first tour on the eve of his book release, I've developed this animated GIF (below) and will be posting it once a day with a different daily caption on Twitter for the next week or two. Feel free to make any suggestions.
Koch, ”The first domino.” Walker, “Yep, this is our moment”
The Real Unintimidated Book - Unintimidated: Wisconsin Sings Truth To Power
Posted by Lou Kaye at 12:02 AM