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  • Scott Walker Scandal: His Spokeswomen Are TOO SEXY

    Liberal are going bald over the stress of not being able to find something that could sink the growing popularity of Wisconsin Governor and potential presidential frontrunner Scott Walker.

    The latest so-called scandal: The physical attractiveness of Walker’s spokeswomen.

    Kate Mallet lodged her attack on Walker’s aids in a letter published by a Madison, Wisconsin-based newspaper called Isthmus, according to the Daily Caller.

    Mallet writes:

    I can’t help noticing that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker picks beautiful young women to be the spokespeople for his administration and his campaigns. By my count there’s Laurel Patrick, Alleigh Marré, Jocelyn Webster and Ciara Matthews. Matthews, you recall, is the one who made headlines for being a former Hooters waitress.

    It reminds me of Fox News, which uses super-sexy women as on-air talent rather than a normal range of women who just happen to be good journalists. As with Fox, it’s hard to believe that the most talented females available to fill Walker’s frontline jobs also look like models. The thinking seems to be: We’ll use this eye candy to make our “product” more palatable, just as the advertising industry has always done with noxious products like cigarettes and fast food.

    In the realm of government, this approach makes you go “hmm.” What does it say to the young girls of Wisconsin who hope to do important work when they grow up, regardless of their looks? In my opinion Walker’s approach sets women back 50 years, to the pre-feminist Mad Men era.

    Below is a picture of Jocelyn Webster, current communications director for Gov. Walker.

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    Look at the way she’s smiling at the camera. That kind of seduction must be stopped!

    Below are some more of Walker’s sexy former minions.

    On the left is Ciara Matthews who was communications director for Friends of Scott Walker from 2011 to 2012. She now writes for National Review.

    On the right is Alleigh Marré, who is now communications director for Maine’s Republican Sen. Susan Collins.

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    This non-scandal comes on the heels of a new poll that puts Gov. Walker at the very top of the list of GOP presidential contenders.


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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