In the movie Dodgeball, legendary coach Patches O’Houlihan told his team that they must learn the five d’s of dodgeball: dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge! Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin is applying that lesson to politics. He doesn’t have a belief on evolution (allegedly) or on other issues. And now he doesn’t know what to say about net neutrality:
Although net neutrality has been a hot-button topic for several years, Walker did not reveal whether he favors or opposes it, only explaining that he supports freedom.
“Well, those are the sorts of things we’re going to talk about going forward should I choose to be a candidate,” Walker said, “but I think on that or any other principle, to me the guiding principle should be freedom.”
“We want a free and open society, we want to have the government out of the way,” he added.
That’s just gibberish. He said absolutely nothing. Can he really not have given any thought to that issue at all? It’s not like it’s some obscure issue, for crying out loud.