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By davidswanson - Posted on 23 February 2011
I wonder how the heck someone of such little wattage, say, could get elected to any political office, at any level, let alone governor of a state, or higher. It takes awfully dim voters to elect such people to represent them when these candidates clearly don't have any meaningful real-world experience to speak of; but is it the fault of voters, or did elites decide that they wanted this naive character to be governor? The elites need politicians who are manipulatable and who, therefore, don't have much serious understanding of reality. The top elites don't want to do the politician stuff themselves; they're too busy making money and controlling politics in order to enrich and empower themselves. They need manipulatable, manageable servants to serve in politics.
Many high-schoolers have more intellect than Walker does. He is out of touch with or from reality and blindly believes what he says. He sounds like someone who is listening to directors or "guides". He doesn't tell me that he has his own view based on his own critically objective analysis. He's towing someone else's line; must be listening to or obeying someone or some people, who'd surely be experienced and greedy elites. He's too low-wattage to come up with important decisions on his own.
And that raises the question of what he has for so-called higher education. What did he study, "Dumbing oneself down, for Dummies"?
I think (guess) that the caller could've told Walker at the end who was really calling, or that it at least wasn't Koch who was calling. Walker's potential response could've been very interesting and amusing, very comical. Walker is going to find out now that the interview is public anyway; but, maybe he would've immediately hung up, or said a word or two and then hung up, which would've cut off the entertaining potential of what his reaction could've been.
I must be dreaming. He surely would have ended the call very abruptly. Otoh, maybe it could have been worded in a way that could make him feel like he had to give more than an abrupt reaction that'd end the call without any meaningful verbal reply. But I'll defer to experts about this. I'm not psychologist or anything of the like and am only guessing about how the call might've been amusingly ended differently than it was.
Anyway, he's very junior to be in politics. How he got there is scary if voters are really responsible for this. He's apparently young and apparently will bend over in all directions to please the "masters".
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