Wisconsin Governor and likely Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker put his foot in his mouth yet again when he claimed that he didn’t know whether or not President Barack Obama was a Christian:
I’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m not a big fan of Jason Rae, one of three candidates (the other two being Joe Wineke and Jeff Smith) who are currently running for chairperson of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin (DPW).
However, Rae has proven that he can’t take criticism from political bloggers like me: he’s blocked me on Twitter.
Apparently, Rae blocked me on Twitter after I questioned him over including a link on his campaign website allowing people to donate money to his state party chair campaign. Given that the only significant expenses incurred in a campaign for an office like DPW chair are travel-related expenses (gasoline, etc.) and expenses related to keeping the campaign website online for six months or so, and candidates for DPW chair, if I’m not mistaken, don’t have campaign committees registered with state election authorities that can run paid advertising and do other things that candidates for offices like Governor of Wisconsin and seats in the Wisconsin State Legislature, I think it’s really absurd for Rae to solicit money for a race for DPW chair.
Unfortunately, instead of answering my question, Rae decided to block me on Twitter, something that people like Mary Burke, Susan Happ, and Mike Tate haven’t done despite the fact that I’ve heavily criticized them as well. That proves that Rae, just like Scott Walker and Richard Nixon, is a vindictive coward who can’t take criticism from others, and I would be willing to do anything except move to Wisconsin and run for DPW chair myself to prevent him from becoming the state Democratic Party chairperson in a state that could very well decide which party controls the White House and the U.S. Senate in the 2016 elections. Wisconsin Democrats can not afford to be led by another vindictive chairperson who uses the office of state party chair to play Chicago-style machine politics by undermining progressive campaigns and rewarding political insiders.
The more I learn about Jason Rae, the prouder I am to be on his political enemies list.