Off with their headsThis would be laughable if it weren't so tragic and so enormously hypocritical. We're of course talking once again about Scott Walker.
First, Walker spends his initial months as governor of Wisconsin whacking billions of dollars in shared revenue, public employee compensation and social service programs while enacting tax cuts for big business.
Now, Walker is very concerned that the federal government may default on the national debt.
Walker says if the national debt ceiling isn't raised and the feds start shutting down revenue sharing programs on a wholesale basis, then the cash won't be there for the State of Wisconsin to receive all the federal dollars Walker expected. That, he says, will hurt health care for Wisconsin's poor, cut highway programs and reduce other services.