LUCAS OIL STADIUM, INDIANAPOLIS — As he continues to prepare his seemingly inevitable march to the White House, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, celebrating with his Wisconsin’s Badgers as they handily defeated John Calipari's Kentucky Wildcats, 71-64, in the Final Four yesterday, did something which would have raised a few eyebrows if anybody other than a solitary reporter had observed it.
Walker strode manfully up to Kentucky’s inevitably chagrined Democratic governor, Steve Beshear, and demanded that Calipari and all his Wildcats immediately begin work on his presidential campaign.
“Just remember, my dear Kentucky friends, that I’m the guy that likened the 100,000 unpatriotic people, who protested against my extremely successful union busting campaigns, to ISIS.”
“One of my opponents is your junior senator, Rand Paul, the son of isolationist Ron Paul. Only last July, Rand Paul said that the threat of ISIS to the United States is merely a matter of conjecture. So you really can’t count on Rand to protect our freedoms."
“Just don’t bring any union organizers along when you sign up to help me become president,” Walker demanded.
Beshear had no comment, but an aide reminded the solitary reporter that Kentucky, a Big Coal state, has no union miners anymore.