Comparing Unions and Protestors to ISIS, Walker proves he’s ready to be as extreme as the GOP wants

Scott Walker has confounded many of those who have followed his government worker career over twenty years, but his comments at the always entertaining (on the creepy side) 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) stepped beyond what many considered not only incredibly insulting, but actually dangerous considering he was comparing his own constituents exercising their basic American First Amendment freedom of expression to a medeival, blood-thirsty, perverted death cult that is one of our greatest enemies ever.

Walker could swagger and snicker and get comforting cheers from his reptilian set of theocrats at the extremist convention by comparing hard-working, tax-paying American police officers, firefighters, doctors, nurses, teachers, clergy, children and citizens from all sectors of society who peacefully demonstrated to rogue terrorists who behead innocent people and set others on fire inflicting their sick mission on the World.

His response to a Q&A portion of his twisted presentation about how he would deal with ISIS was:

“If I can take on 100,000 protesters, I can do the same across the world.”

These are the words of a narcissistic half-wit who has a record of disrespect for those who want to exercise their right to freely express their American First Amendment right.

Of course, Walker has back-pedaled on what he said and his legion of apologists have performed mental contortions to save Walker from himself.  After all, they are seeing that the Governor is more interested in running for President than doing the job he was elected to do.

Walker can’t reject the asinine assertions that President Obama is a Christian or loves America or went to college legitimately. He’s running for Republican President after all and the most fallacious far-right wing need him to feed them “red meat” hate.

Frankly, it’s nauseating trying to keep up with the Excuse-du-Jour the Koch Brothers errand boy is conning on Fox News and other right-wing media channels.  No matter what he says next, it’s been calculated for the perfect pitch for money to pad his campaign for running for President.

The hell with Wisconsin, he thinks.  His supporters seem to not be paying attention or dare not show an ounce of courage calling him out as a demogogue.