Scott Walker releases 2012 Republican Convention speech where he finally is truthful

Scott Walker is giving a big speech in Tampa at the the Republican National Convention where Mitt Romney and Wisconsin’s Paul Ryan will be nominated as President and Vice President in 2012. It’s a big moment for Walker and he was so excited about the prospect of making a national speech that he has released the speech that he wants to give. Recently, he mentioned that saying the truth will get a victory in the November election. Here’s what he had decided to say and what he wants the Romney/Ryan team to do:

Mr. Chairman, delegates, and fellow citizens, I will be honored to be able to speak to you here in Tampa, Florida.

I am here to show my support for Governor Mitt Romney for President and Paul Ryan for Vice President. They both campaigned in Wisconsin with me when I was trying to fight back against my recall this year.

Thanks to them, the Koch Brothers, Karl Rove, the 13 out-of-state billionaires Las Vegas tycoon Sheldon Adelson, Walmart’s Christy Walton, Thomas Peterffy, Houston Texan owner Robert McNair, oilman Joseph Craft, Amway’s Rich DeVos, DirectTV’s Stanley Hubbard, Home Depot’s Bernard Marcus, Chicago Cub’s Joe Ricketts, oilman Trevor Rees-Jones, hedge fund legend Bruce Kovner, banker Louis Bacon, insurance giant Patrick Ryan, Wisconsin’s Diane Hendricks and countless others who were able to have me spend by over eight to one against my opponents. I also want to thank Fox News and CNBC for all the soft interviews they provided for me to do my talking points that went unchallenged. For that, I am forever grateful.

I want to also thank Dominion Voting Systems distributors Command Central, who provided the Wisconsin electronic voting machines that shared the same office address as Michele Bachmann. She is a fantastic Republican who I agree with on nearly every issue. Without Command Central being recommended by Republican Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nicklaus, we wouldn’t be able to count on their work during Election Day. I am confident they will do as well a job on Election Day in November that they did on my Recall Election day.

First, let me be clear: I have great respect for those who have chosen a career in government. Before I became governor of the great state of Wisconsin, I was in power as the County Executive of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, from 2002 to 2010 and was in Wisconsin State Assembly from 1993 to 2002. I’ve been in government for most of my adult life and that’s why I like to rail against the government.

Yes, the FBI is investigating various problems and scandals while I was county executive and you may not see me for a while in the near future, but that’s why I love my contributors. They allow me to have a stellar legal criminal defense fund that will be a lot more effective than the one former Governor Rod Blagojevich had.

What I want to offer to Bain Capital CEO Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan is that with enough political advertising, we can win this! We have great video technology and editing capabilities as well as very good lighting to bring out the best in our appearance. I have learned with all my traveling to Americans For Prosperity and American Legislative Exchange Council conferences and fundraisers while Governor that getting a good soundbite or two is very valuable. I have, thanks to some great media training, have been able to look good, use the right hand gestures and be able to pivot off a damaging question to change the subject. It gets real easy after some practice.

Some say that I have the worst job creation record in the country. It’s not my fault. I threw away $810 million for a rail line that would have created jobs, but at the cost of the government to take away people’s cars. That’s what I was told. Thankfully, Wisconsin still has cars. Since Obama got rid of the GM plant in Paul Ryan’s hometown before he was sworn in as president in 2008, we see his anti-car agenda. There is a popular movie about him and 2016 that fully illustrates how he does have secret powers that defy what some call reality.

I gutted programs for health, education, the poor, women’s rights and other things because that’s what we Republicans do. If you give tax breaks for the wealthy, they are bound to create jobs. I hope one day to go to China and Mexico to see how those jobs are doing. Tonette love fortune cookies when we go to get Chinese food.

I’m proud to tell the National Rifle Association that you will see lots of signs outside businesses that say no guns are allowed on their premises. After I became governor, I signed legislation allowing for conceal carry so that you can carry a gun with you at all times. You don’t even have to have a four-hour training requirement for permit holders. People love it.

I got rid of collective bargaining even though I admitted in a congressional hearing that it would not affect the Wisconsin budget. The money really started to roll in then and I plan on making Wisconsin a right-to-work state and really allow my big contributors to make even more money in the future.

Since weather forecasts in the future say that Wisconsin weather will be as warm as Mississippi in the near future due to things getting warmer, perhaps Wisconsin could be the New Mississippi.

Let’s talk jobs. While Wisconsin has been in last place in the nation for creating private sector jobs over much of my time as governor and unemployment is rising, I can offer Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, both who have their birth certificates, some advice.

If we get low paying jobs in the country with little benefits, Americans can have two or more jobs to be able to use highways more. That means more gas purchased, more coffee purchased and more children allowed to be outside playing in the field of dreams while their parents work day and night like all Americans should.

While we’re talking about life, I want to say that I am pro-life. Like the Republican Party platform, I don’t think there should be exceptions to having an abortion. Paul Ryan and I have the same exact view. Even though I have agreed with what Todd Akin said about rape, I feel we can’t have people like Todd Akin out there damaging the Republican Party. We can pass legislation protecting the embryo quietly, calmly and without too much attention. Rape, incest and the life of the mother are distractions to the real issues that Americans care about. They want freedom.

All of the great, pre-approved work that was passed while I was Governor was done thanks to fellow Republicans who voted as I had told them. It’s like when you go to a Post Office to get something stamped. They got that rubber stamp that I gave them and stamped the legislation I wanted very well. If only we have more Republicans like the one’s in Wisconsin. Many don’t even read the legislation and vote “yes”. It makes my job easier. Although I keep saying Wisconsin has a budget surplus after my policies, I know that it’s not exactly that. I should add that hopefully we won’t even know what a post office is in the near future since it’s the height of Marxism and Kenyan, Muslim, anti-God, Chicago-style indoctrination. Those uniforms that postal workers wear should be the first cue to Americans that they are in some kind of cult.

I took on the tough issues and provided my contributors with tax breaks and other gifts and I am sure one day that they will pay me back. But I won’t be governor forever. So I have visited K Street in Washington DC and can all of you out there in the audience waving your Bibles and sharing stories about how putting your riches in offshore bank accounts like Mitt Romney is creating jobs. Granted, they are in Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Switzerland and even Belgium. These are beautiful places to visit and Tonette and I hope to do so one day.

Finally, we need to divide and conquer that American people like when I admitted it on video in a documentary with Diane Hendricks. We can cut programs for students, the poor, women, the elderly and the middle class since we won the election machines. We can make it more difficult to vote with Photo ID in place. It’s not hard to do!

If character is the measure in this election and change the goal we share, then I ask you to join our cause. Join our cause and help America elect a great man as the next president of the United States.

Thank you for joining me tonight. May God richly bless you and your family and may God as seen on Pat Robertson’s TV show continue to bless the great State of Wisconsin.

Thank you all, and may God bless America. Even the Mormon God.

OK, this is what he should say.