Santorum, Romney and Paul suck up to Walker while campaigning in Wisconsin Republican Primary

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Who would have thought the Big Bucket of Crazy Clown Parade otherwise known as the 2012 Republican Primary candidates trouncing around Wisconsin would decide to back Scott Walker in his time of Recall Mania.

After all, even fake Libertarian Ron Paul chimed in with his love for the most divisive, most bought-out failing Governor in the nation. It could be that he thinks if he appeases Romney and the Republican Machine that his farcical, fanatical son will get some SuperPac love in 2016.

Santorum probably loves Walker’s war on women’s rights and anti-science tendencies regarding stem cell research and ignorance about climate change.

While Romney could change his opinions on an issue faster than a weasel being chased by a badger, Walker’s love of nefarious out-of-state Koch/Rove/RNC kickback money probably appeals to the Etch-A-Sketch con artist.

Newt may have chimed in too about Walker, but frankly he’s been bologna without the mayo for some time now. Who gives a rat’s patootie what he thinks anyway.

Here’s why I’m here,” Santorum told supporters in Beaver Dam, Wis. “Because I know you folks can do it. I know Wisconsinites have it in them. Because you have a governor who sent a shot around the world. And of course when you shoot, the other side shoots back. But the people of Wisconsin I know are going to stand behind him because you know … that freedom is at stake.”

Not to be outdone, Romney, courting voters in a tele-townhall, threw his support behind Walker, calling him an “excellent governor.”

“I believe that he is right to stand up for the citizens of Wisconsin, and to insist that those people who are working in the public-sector unions have rights to affect their wages, but that these benefits and retiree benefits have fallen out of line with the capacity of the state to pay them,” Romney said.

“And so I support the governor in his effort to reign in the excesses that have permeated the public-sector union and government negotiations over the years,” Romney said.

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The April 3 Wisconsin Primary will be an interesting battle for whoever will be the inevitable loser against President Obama in the fall.