On the crowded national stage, though, the same boring talking points aren’t good enough. And what’s more, Scott Walker doesn’t have nearly enough time to shake everybody’s hand. He can’t simply outhustle the crowded field of candidates. In fact, even while courting the small group of mega-donors that every GOP candidate is desperate to impress, Walker is facing competition and scrutiny that he has shown himself fundamentally unprepared to confront because he is still playing bush-league politics on a big-league field.

Via Jack Craver: Why Scott Walker May Not Be Ready for Prime time @ The Atlantic.

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