In a secretly taped phone conversation with who Governor "The Cheesehead Pharaoh" Walker THOUGHT was his wife it was discovered what his newest plan is.
" . . . and unless those liberal socialist Public Servants refuse to listen to reason I will be forced to sell The Green Bay Packers to whomever wants them in order to save the State from financial ruin, and, or bankruptcy".
"Since the Packers are ruled by outdated socialized public ownership in an obscure city up north I feel there will not really be any attempt to stop me".
He feels that the NFL in itself is socialistic with it's revenue sharing and it's "penalizing success" ways (Packers get the last pick in the draft) what better way to "tear down those walls Roger Goodell and restore Wisconsin to it's rightful place of being the leader of all third world countries!".
After all an average NFL team is worth about $1 billion but because the Packers won the Super Bowl what better time to get rid of them to help the State Tax Payers. After all "READ MY LIPS! WE ARE BROKE"!
If the Packers were condemned and put on the free market who knows what price he would get, although he points out that with the current stalemate in the State Senate he would have to have the final say on who would buy the team . . .out of fairness. "THIS NEEDS TO BE DONE QUICKLY"
In other news, Wichita Base energy conglomerate Koch Industries has recently purchased land and is preparing to build a sports complex. "We just feel now is the right time for Wichita to have a sports team".
When Zygi Wilf (real name) the owner of the Vikings was contacted he said "We are absolutely, 100%, not going anywhere, but if we did we would move to San Antonio".
Which leaves the Koch Brothers up in the air on teams and looking!
Meanwhile Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor and Sarah Palin look alike Rebecca Kleefisch (but with out the mammoth brain power of Palin) was asked what she thought of the sale of the Green Bay Packers, she reiterated her statement she made in 2010 when she compared same-sex marriage to marrying a dog, table, or a clock. (video)
After the awkward silence she continued that she has been so busy fielding phone calls from out of state business, who are so excited to move their company to Wisconsin that sometimes "I just don't know where I am".
That's all I have for today, as we all know yesterday was a slow news day - not much happened.