(The Progressive) -- Governor Scott Walker, Public Enemy Number One for progressives in Wisconsin, bowed out of a crowded Republican field in the Presidential race on Monday with poll numbers hovering around one-half of 1 percent.
Walker’s campaign reportedly concluded that there was no path forward to the nomination (and no more money flowing from rightwing billionaires, including the Koch brothers, who had been propping Walker up before he plummeted to less than the polling margin of error).
See Bill Lueders' coverage of Walker’s announcement.
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Should Wisconsinites who came out by the tens of thousands to protest Walker, worked hard to recall him, and suffered through his re-election as governor not once but twice, feel good or bad that the man who so successfully divided and conquered the state pooped out on the national stage?