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Next President of the United Fates of America
The Scott Walker Slow Ride gets a lift from WSJ in this blog written by:

Mr. Puzder is the chief executive officer of CKE Restaurants. Horsepoop 

one excerpt from the lengthy WSJ glo-worm du jour veiled endorsement venue


http://www.wsj.com/articles/a-closer-loo...1430688558

A Closer Look at Scott Walker’s Record on Jobs

Quote:The point is simple: 
After four years with Mr. Walker, 
more Wisconsinites are employed. 
That the state has outdone the nation on key economic indicators 
and moved ahead in key state rankings shows that his policies are working.


looking at Pudzer 
{the author in the above WSJ article} we see his CKE restaurants
and what they represent with Walker tactics and political philosophies:

http://campaignmoney.org/blog/2014/04/30...e-increase
Sen. Mitch McConnell's 2.1 million reasons to vote against a minimum wage increase


Quote:Executives and PACs representing big companies opposed to the minimum wage 
have contributed or spent at least $2.1 million to help McConnell stay in power.

Most recently, in the first quarter of 2014, 
McConnell took at least $45,000 from these interests opposed to a minimum wage increase.

That total includes $17,850 from 12 executives of CKE Restaurants Whip
 the owner of Carl's Jr and Hardee's. 
The executive donations included $5,000 from Mike Murphy, President and Chief Legal Officer,
 and $2,600 from Ted Abajian, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. 

These checks were most likely collected during a fundraiser for one of McConnell's joint fundraising committees, 
held in Southern California on March 19, 
not far from CKE headquarters in Carpinteria, CA. 
CKE's CEO, Andrew Puzder Whip
 has spoken out against raising the minimum wage.



Note in the link below ... Walker isn't even mentioned ... he isn't in the race yet Hmm2
... a smart move 
as Rubio and Paul continue exhibit foot in the mouth syndrome.

Walker -- Mr. Freeze -- is playing it cool, 
waiting and waching 
while the rest of the pack eats itself up in the media pancaking of their comments.


excerpts
http://www.ibtimes.com/election-2016-con...rd-1905625
Election 2016: Conservative Review Dings Rubio, Paul In First Presidential Report Card

excerpts:
Quote:According to the group, 
which was formed last year to score GOP lawmakers' adherence 
to conservative dogma Rofl
Sens. Marco Rubio of Florida and Rand Paul of Kentucky  need improvement. 

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz earns top grades -- just as he used to at Princeton and Harvard Law Hmm2

The researchers at the Review were tough on Senator Rubio.

Senator Paul, a Libertarian, drew criticism for a perceived lack of opposition to the Affordable Care Act. 
Conservative Review also noted another vulnerability for Senator Paul: foreign policy.


But overall, the Conservative Review gave Cruz a rave. 
“Cruz has made it clear that he didn’t come to Washington to make friends, 
and he’s kept good on his promise to fight even when it isn’t popular,” 
the group wrote. 

That's the kind of report card comment Cruz wants: 
He's not looking for friends, he's looking to win hardcore conservative supporters. 
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - by Vianova - 05-04-2015, 04:11 AM

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