Friday, October 09, 2009

Who Decides Who Gets Treated?

Scott Walker thinks he does.
'You've got this amount of time; here's what we expect you to do; here's the
options you should have by that time.' So that there are clearly defined
expectations of how you're going to ease off assistance from the government,"
said Walker.

He wants to be the Decider of whether your neighbor gets treatment or not. Walker wants to lead the panel deciding who gets treated and who should just get better and stop whining.

Walker has picked a government policy that's sucessful and popular and come out against it. In the midst of the most comprehensive discussion of healthcare reform he's chosen to just say, "No," and stick with a broken platform.

Twice in the last week I've heard people in Rock County say that Scott Walker scares them. Walker thinks his problem is that people don't know what he stands for. I think he'll soon find out that's not his biggest problem.

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