MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers, apparently convinced he hasn’t done enough damage to Wisconsin so far, is hungry for another term.
In announcing his re-election campaign, the long-time education bureaucrat turned Democrat governor declared, “Wisconsin, I’m in.”
Much of Wisconsin shouted back, “We’re in … deep (cow pies) if tax-and-spend Tony is re-elected.”
As campaigns slogans go, ‘Wisconsin, I’m in” ranks right up there with the Democrats’ 1852 rally cry for Franklin Pierce, “We Polked You in ’44, We Shall Pierce You in ’52.” Evers’ ‘I’m in’ declaration certainly is not as awful as the unfortunate slogan of Democrat and anti-prohibition candidate Al Smith, who in 1928 promised he could make America’s “Wet Dreams Come True,” but it’s lamer than Tony’s insufferable “folks” schtick.
So we have some suggestions to spruce up Evers’ re-election campaign slogan, ideas that more accurately reflect Tony’s tenure as Wisconsin’s chief executive.
- ‘I’m in’ over my head
- ‘I’m in’ complete denial
- Failure: The Sequel
- Tony Evers: Pestilence, Famine, recession, we’re just getting started (Just wait for the locusts and boils)
- A Chicken in the governor’s mansion and an electric car in every garage
- Tony 2022: One Old Woke Guy
- Re-elect Tony Evers (civil liberties not included)
- Evers ’22: Big Government, Bigger Dork
- More masks, more lockdowns, more Tony
- Feel the Tone