Wisconsin governor Scott Walker was supposed to enter this presidential race and immediately shoot to the top of the polls, or at least, that’s what his wealthy puppet masters like the Koch brothers and ALEC thought would happen. But today, Walker sits in the middle of the pack, making absurd statements about building a wall between the United States and Canada. I can only assume that he wants to build this wall to prevent Americans from escaping the country should a Republican win in 2016. The problem for Walker is that he was not prepared to run a campaign based on fear and racism, which is what the Republican primary has been centered on. Walker’s corporate puppet masters didn’t prepare him for this run, so he’s having to make it up as he goes along, and its costing him a lot of voter support. Miss an episode of Ring of Fire? No worries. Click the link to get up: https://freespeech.org/collection/ringoffire.