New ad blasts Wisconsin Governor using his words from prank call with Billionaire Koch

Ian Murphy’s prank call to Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker continues to reverberate. A new ad, featuring Walker’s words to the guy he thought was billionaire David Koch, is on the air in Wisconsin.

I saw the ad at the Plum Line where Greg Sargent explained:

The ad, at bottom, is designed to paint Walker as an irredeemably ideological, insulated and even tyrannical figure who has gone rogue and can no longer even hear outside voices suggesting reasonable compromise.

Sounds about right.

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