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‘We had a revenue problem.’
I’ve always felt that he was a governor who did a conservative thing with the unions rather than a conservative governor who did a conservative thing with the unions.
“Nobody up there thought they had to confront him on anything, which is indicative of the fact that nobody feels especially threatened by him.“

‘We have one customer, and our job is to make him look good. . . . Huebsch is the prince, Walker is the king.’

Gov. Scott Walker probably meant “mazel tov.”

That’s what big-time Milwaukee lawyer Franklyn Gimbel is guessing. But Walker, then the Milwaukee county executive, actually ended an undated letter to Gimbel with “thank you again and Molotov.”

Oy vey!

“He kinda missed the boat there,” Gimbel said Wednesday. “‘Molotov’ is a far cry from ‘mazel tov.'”

As big a difference, as Mark Twain once said, as that between “lightning and a lightning bug.”

Via Walker ends menorah letter with: ‘Thank you … and… Molotov @ JS No Quarter Blog.