Thursday, August 05, 2010

Taken To Its Logical Conclusion

Would you go to a dentist who advertised, "My competition has done nothing for the past 23 years except drill teeth. Choose me because I've never done it before?"

Would you choose a surgeon who prided himself on not being a career surgeon while deriding his opponent as someone who'd done nothing but surgery for two decades?

Would you hire a bus driver who had never driven, a plumber who had never soldered a joint or an electrician who knew nothing about amps and volts and wattage?

Of course you wouldn't. So why swallow the ads of a knucklehead like Ron Johnson, who admits he doesn't "know" a lot about the Constitution, who plays stumble, fumble and fall with something so basic as a blind trust for his BP stock who sees the parade of jobs out of Wisconsin as creative destruction that's good for the businesses in the state?

Why vote for a candidate whose self-proclaimed strong suit is that he's never done the job and doesn't know much about how it works.

RoJo would hire a line worker with those qualifications. Why does he think Wisconsin is gullible enough to hire him?

2 comments:

elliot said...

Isn't this the same post you wrote about Barack Obama's complete like of administrative experience? :)

grumps said...

RoJo is fair game, Elliot. His campaign is based on not being what his opponent is, a competent, experienced legislator.

The President campaigned on his ideas, even if they didn't suit some on the right they were ideas. Obama's CV was governance-heavy. Johnson's is just the opposite.