|Republican Wisconsin governor Scott Walker decides to jump into the clown car.|
Republicans seen two weeks of Jeb and the Don.
They made complete fools of themselves.
Now enter Wisconsin governor Scott Walker. The 14th or 15th or maybe the 16th candidate who formally announced his bid to run. The cheese head is a favorite among the billionaires.
I sense an aura around him. I sense the possibility he may be our the next president. I had that feeling about Barack Obama back in 2004 when he delivered that speech in the John Kerry nomination.
Scott is young. He has two children under 18. He is looks like a person you can sit down and have a beer with type.
He views are rigid and extreme but he will eventually try to put on the compassionate conservative nonsense to win moderate and Democratic voters.
He will make his announcement in mid-July.
|Walker signs a state law with controversial Milwaukee County sheriff David Clarke on the side.|
Walker subsequently launch his presidential campaign on July 2, 2015.
Additionally, he posted a slice of his presidential campaign logo on Instagram, with eight more pieces to come in the days ahead. He also tweeted an image of himself waving next to an American flag with the message "It begins."
Once in, he will shoot up to top-tier status.
|Republican Gov. Scott Walker, Wisconsin's first lady Tonette Walker. Their children are sons Matt and Alex.|
Walker face a recall election a few months into his first year. In that recall his single handed beat Barrett in a rematch. He won in a landslide.
Once again facing public polling in the negative, Walker managed to pull a huge victory against the Democrat in his third election bid.
Walker joins Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie and later John Kasich as the only active governors in the clown car. The active senators in this race include Stallmigos Ted Cruz (R-TX), Rand Paul (R-KY) and Marco Rubio (R-FL).
So far there's....a lot of candidates.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA)
Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ)
Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI)
Gov. John Kaisch (R-OH)
While in Wisconsin, President Barack Obama knocked the Republican candidates. He said the candidates running reminds him of the Hunger Games.
He aimed at Walker. Obama believes that Walker is more of a challenge for the potential Democratic nominee. I agree. He's a tougher than Jeb Bush and John Kaisch.
So what's your take on this?
Could a candidate who never lost an election be able to win?
Is Walker the candidate capable of winning?