May 21, 2010
Neumann rips Walker for being 'weak on immigration'
Rough stuff in the race between Scott Walker and Mark Neumann for the Republican nomination for governor.
Neumann is attacking Walker for a somewhat moderate stance on Arizona's controversial anti-immigrant law passed earlier this year. Here's what Walker got bashed for:
"I have serious concerns about the Arizona law -- both because the law impedes on the inherent right of the federal government to do its job and to protect our borders, and also because in America we don't want our citizens getting pulled over because of how they look."
After getting pummeled for his radical opposition to racial profiling, Walker changed his position and said he was "comfortable" with the Arizona law. Neumann, smelling blood, pounced with a brutal commercial and online ads, including one (above) on The Drudge Report. Here's a screenshot from the commercial:
here on Vimeo or to Mark Neumann.
Democrat candidate for governor Tom Barrett is probably sitting back thinking two things. 1.) It's nice not to have a primary. 2.) It's nice watching Neumann and Walker try to push every Hispanic vote in the state his way.