As the Republican race for president begins to take shape, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker wrapped up his first visit to New Hampshire Saturday, implying the difference between himself and former Florida governor Jeb Bush is as much about class as it is about issues.It is possible to buy a sweater for one dollar at Kohl's. I have it down to a science.
Speaking in front of nearly 400 of the state’s top Republican activists at an event organized by the New Hampshire Republican Party, Walker’s implication was clear: He comes from a different place than Bush, a son and brother of presidents.
Walker noted that through his father, a machinist, and his grandfather, a machinist, he “didn’t inherit fame or fortune.”
“What I got was something more important,” said Walker, who pointed out that he was wearing a sweater he bought for a dollar at Kohl’s. “What I learned was in America if you work hard and play by the rules, you can do anything.”
I would love to see a guy who gets his clothes from Kohl's be the president of the United States.
Here's video of Walker's New Hampshire speech: