Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker Says Next On His State Agenda Is The Banning of Educational Toys

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 14 March 2011

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Wisconsin state police standing in front of the mansion of Governor Scott Walker. (Photo courtesy of Brett Favre).

MADISON, Wisconsin - Governor Scott Walker still celebrating after knocking the feet from under thousands of Wisconsin policemen, firemen, teachers, and professional athletes, with his anti-union collective bargaining bill, is now focusing on the children of Wisconsin.

Governor "The Not So Great Scott" Walker, who still has the taste of union blood on his pearly whites has stated that he has decided that children's educational toys are really a waste of time, effort, money, and energy.

Walker, said that he is going to put every ounce of fiber, proteins, and calories into a concerted effort to ban the "Cheese State" of educational toys which one, do not work; two, are expensive; and three, do not work.

When told that he had repeated himself, he giggled and pointed out, "You see I have just made my point. I was raised on educational toys and I am not exactly what one would call book smart or even book smart for that matter."

Dr. Phil has stated that he needs to have a talk with Governor Scotty Walker as soon as possible. He stated that he is afraid that he may be turning into Charlie Sheen, except without the trillions of dollars, cases of Tiger Blood, and penchant for $3,000 call girls.

USA DAYBREAK is reporting that the 43-year-old governor, in just the past 48 hours, has received over 26,000 text messages, emails, and phone calls from Wisconsin residents asking him to grow an Adolf Hitler moustache.

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