Damn he is good

I just finished listening to Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s speech at the South Carolina Freedom Summit [hat tip Soopermexican at the Right Scoop].

Damn he is good!

He is an engaging, powerful speaker. He is such a regular guy that at times I forgot I was listening to a Presidential candidate and instead, was just listening to a guy who loves his country and is proud to be an American.

It is a phenomenal speech!

If you haven’t seen it. Watch it!

I gotta tell you, he is quickly moving up in the ranks of my favorite Presidential candidate.

His economic policies are proven to work. The miracle he has pulled off in Wisconsin against virulent opposition is nothing short of mind-blowing.

My favorite part is his discussing of “safety” as he refers to national security. It is so simply put, and yet at the same time so brilliantly clear.

Naturally, I welled up and started crying when he had all the veterans and wives of veterans stand up. That always gets me.

Tell me what you think of him.

4 thoughts on “Damn he is good

  • May 10, 2015 at 12:40 pm
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    No podium. No teleprompter. Makes me want to move a few miles north to Wisconsin from this hell hole of Illinois. Yes, he is damn good. Walker/Carson 2016!

  • May 10, 2015 at 5:08 pm
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    Well. He’s had a lot of training. Look at the hand gestures and the sleeves rolled up. Did he mention immigration? I didn’t catch that part if he did. He did get in a plug for Harley Davidson since they are made in Milwaukee. They’re all like a box of chocolates as Forest Gump would say. You never know what you’re going to get until they’re sworn in.

    • May 10, 2015 at 6:01 pm
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      Alan, I thought about the immigration flip/flop/flip and knew someone was going to bring up the faults. We are never going to have a perfect candidate. But, for me, a man who can deliver a heart-felt, intelligent speech with no notes and no teleprompter is a candidate in my book. Plus, he now knows how to shop at Kohl’s.

  • May 11, 2015 at 8:01 am
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    Hillary switched from anti to pro illegal immigration. Obama flip flopped on the definition of marriage. These changes are “evidence” of nuanced views according to libbies.

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