Scott Walker saves Wisconsin taxpayers five dollars

Funny story written by UWGB-Beek

Monday, 7 November 2011

Madison, WI--Scott Walker held a press conference at the Madison Blain's Farm and Fleet to announce that he saved Wisconsin taxpayers five dollars by buying a toilet seat at the local merchant.

"I did some price checking, and I noticed that Wal Mart sells toilet seats made in China, and nothing from America, and they have their cheapest seat was five dollars more than the American made toilet seat made right here in Wisconsin. So, I hopped in my Suburban and drove straight to Farm and Fleet."

"I did stop at Home Depot, and they were about three dollars cheaper than Wal Mart, but I right now money is tight in Wisconsin, so I hopped back in my Suburban and went to Farm and Fleet."

Scott Walker said it was important that Wisconsin voters see that he is serious about saving taxpayers money on their tax bill and that he will do anything to help keep cost down.

One reporter asked Mr. Walker why he created a new state level position for finding the good deals on things he could just find by reading the ads in the Sunday paper?

"I don't read...I mean I don't read the Sunday paper. I am too busy trying to get Wisconsin back to work. Tax payers will see that this new position already saved them five dollars." Mr. Walker said and ended the news conference.

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