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Governor Scott Walker Declares "Donald Driver Day" in Wisconsin

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Governor Scott Walker Declares "Donald Driver Day" in Wisconsin

From Jessica Arp of WISC-TV in Madison, Wis....

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DaveK's picture

God bless Scott Walker!

bomdad's picture

take it back

DaveK's picture

Never!

BubbaOne's picture

Agreed, hope God blesses him w/ a bolt of lightening and his "Walkering" papers next month.

Why would Scooter honor DD, he's in a union?!

bomdad's picture

Because he is willing to take a paycut for the good of the team.

GoPack12's picture

yet another reason to proudly cast my ballot for the Governor on June 5!

Be inky's picture

OK, seriously, you guys? Does everything have to disintegrate into partisan squabbling? Can't you let the good things like the Packers and DD's victory be a reason to come together and leave the bickering for later? Grow the eff up.

DaveK's picture

But...but...isn't this what democracy looks like? Drum circle at 8:00 to encourage growing 'the eff up'!

Point Packer's picture

Not taking sides one way or the other, but if there is one enduring legacy Scott Walker will undoubtedly be remembered for, it will be for his successful effort to thoroughly and bitterly divide the great state of Wisconsin.

Congrats.

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