Gov. Scott Walker loses the zombie vote in Madison [VIDEO]
Zombies to Walker: Pass the brains.
He's already tanked in the polls among the living, and now it looks like Wisconsin's union-busting Gov. Scott Walker is losing the un-dead vote as well.
"What do we want? BRAINS? When do we want them? BRAINS!" a bunch of protesting zombies shouted as they marched through Madison over the weekend.
"If Walker had brains, I'd eat them," said a sign carried by one green-faced demonstrator.
That poses an interesting dilemma: What's the point of a governor having brains if someone's just going to come along and snack on them anyway? Or maybe the better question is, Would anyone be able to tell the difference before and after?
In case you missed it, Walker's controversial bill stripping most public employees of their collective bargaining rights has been forced into limbo by Dane County Judge Maryann Sumi while she considers whether it was passed in violation of Wisconsin's open meetings laws.
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