Scott Walker giving unsolicited advice to Mitt

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    How do I know it's unsolicited? Because it's in the media instead of a phone call.

    Gov. Scott Walker: Mitt Romney should tweak message - POLITICO.com

    And it's not just Romney. Obama's getting some of the same.

     
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    all advice from politicians is unsolicited.
     
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    oh I think Romney needs to tweak his message. But he's close to having it down. I dont think it's really changing any positions, but articulating his positions more precisely.
     
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    it's good advice from Walker, but Mitt would rather reach for another Kotex than listen to it

    Romney is everything but bold. Rather than taking hard shots at unions, socialists, and job killing green policies, he's heading down the McCain path of trying to show that he's nice and inoffensive, and will just repeat worn out talk radio slogans against Obama's policies. I'm snoring already.
     

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