Howard Dean slams Scott Walker for not having a college diploma in addition to his waffling on evolutionary science. Scott Brown defends Walker's right to be ignorant.
February 15, 2015

It wouldn't be a weekend at Fox News if hosts Tucker, Clayton and Anna didn't promote the ruse that education is a bad thing. Who better to drive that point home than the cerebral Scott Brown, the twice defeated former U.S. Senator and Cosmopolitan centerfold? Wisconsin's handicapped-abusing, bible thumping-college dropout, Governor Scott Walker (R), is being maligned by those pro-education liberals for his lack of a college diploma. Walker never finished his degree at Marquette University

Former DNC chairman, Howard Dean, M.D. raises some very valid concerns over a man like Walker who has decimated public education for students and teachers in his state.

Who needs a silly degree?

In order to provide standing for their argument that we don't need another stinking Harvard-professor/graduate, smart person, Brown and the couch troglodytes rattle off a list of folks who didn't have a diploma. Nineteenth Century Presidents, Andrew Johnson and Andrew Jackson were among the very recent members of the no degree-having notables. Brown cleverly points out that stars like actress and singer Barbra Streisand have been able to get by just fine without a degree. When people buy songs and movies, the primary impetus is where did this artist go to college, not the artist's talent and performance, in case you didn't know. He also mentions Derek Jeter, of course, to show what a well-rounded guy he is.

Scott Brown is a walking contradiction. He's for equal rights for women, just not equal pay.

“I do support fair pay for women. Obviously I do.” ...Just because he voted against the Paycheck Fairness Act does not mean he is not totes in favor of women getting equal pay. He’s just not in favor of any law to enforce it because, as he explained at the time, the best way to make sure women’s paychecks are not extra-taxed for being women is to create more jobs.

He claims the we need more jobs, like all Republicans suddenly want when a Democrat occupies the White House. However, he did once say,

“Here’s the thing, people say, what are you going to do to create jobs, I am not going to create one job, it is not my job to create jobs. It’s yours.”

Mandatory blonde female, Anna Kooiman, asks Brown if perhaps Scott Walker is too ordinary, too normal? Brown replies,

"I don't know what too normal means. Is he (Gov. Wanker) out doing selfies and making faces in the mirror and doing self-promoting and having terrible form when he's shooting in (?) the basketball?"

The group then began to ponder a Jeb Bush run, and like any good, dutiful Republican would, Brown was supportive of a hearty campaign season and he looks forward to "vetting them" (the candidates).

We too look forward to seeing the clown show implode just like Brown's senatorial hopes did. Thanks for the laughs, truck-driving 'average guy' on the Fox News payroll!

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