Controversy over Wisconsin's new smoking ban is lighting up the race for governor [ed: smoking ban, lighting up the race…geddit?].Who lit this particular match I wonder?
It centers on one candidate's take on the new law.
Republican Scott Walker told a newspaper reporter on Saturday that, if elected, he would sign a repeal of the ban.Way to go Scott, If I was a smoking resident of your fair city I’d vote for y..oh.
But earlier this week, Walker said it was too early to consider exemptions to the smoking ban.There’s always going to be a butt, I just new it! Hmmm, to early huh? I mean, it’s not as if there is no historical evidence where smoking bans are concerned.
But hey, I’m digressing and interrupting a bunfight between to ideologically opposed political parties who’s candidates for mayor are fighting each other to pull the taxpayers purse strings, right? Wrong:
The new comments come one day after his republican challenger Mark Neumann said he would sign a repeal of the ban if elected.That’s a big “if” Mark (and would you still fight for the disaffected smoker/property rights/small buisnesses if you don’t win?)
Siding with the new Jews and Blacks is surely a vote loser, depriving you of
Walker's campaign said he's been consistent on the issue, but his opponents don't see it that way.Mark, Scott, sign the effing paper to repeal this stupid ban!
"I'm a business guy and when we say something we stay put on what we say, and it is what it is with Scott," said Mark Neumann. "Let the people decide."
And Mark, Scott, I am watching this with baited breath even though the video leaves me just as perplexed as the Wisconsin voters!
I guess there’s no business like
I leave you with Harry Hill and his hilarious skit on one of our notorious bansterbators, who wants to take the fun out of cooking (and eating,) Jamie Oliver: