Many Wisconsin voters glossed over Scott Walker's first book, Unintimidated. They wanted more insight into what made him tick on a political level.
For the first time, listeners are offered a sequel to his previous book, as the governor explains how he made the transition from being unintimidated to being uninhibited.
As the very tight governor's race grabs headlines in Wisconsin, it's important for voters to know why he is running again and what sort of competition Mary Burke can expect in November 2014.
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Probably not. Scott Walker is Sarah Palin without breasts. He's scary. Just not interesting despite what he thinks of himself.
Tough one... I guess Mary Burke.
"I won't be going to the RNC... either."
Thanks for the listen, short with a few grins. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
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Because tales should be told.
Carl A. Feldman Jr. is incredibly funny. He performed this perfectly.
The Governor's attempt to over-haul the fully funded, model pension program in Wisconsin.
He could make the driest text entertaining. He is hilarious.
This is a laugh fest.
This is a spoof of "UnIntimidated." It is a comical look at the Governor's record in Wisconsin from his college days to his survival of the recall election. It includes chapters on breaking the teachers' union, the retirement system, corporate welfare and more. It is absolutely hilarious.
I didn't mind this book, as it had some entertaining parts and it was short, but I was hoping for less politics and more satire. A man can dream I guess.
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