MADISON - Scott Walker showed Wisconsin this weekend how he values his career more than his constituents, hitting the campaign trail to slake his political ambitions while Milwaukee County residents still were reeling after deadly floods on Thursday.
One gubernatorial candidate, Mayor Tom Barrett, got to work after the disaster.
But Scott Walker got to Wausau and other places so he could meet his Republican cronies.
The Democratic Party of Wisconsin highlights this, "Tale of Two Executives," in a Web video released today.
"With Milwaukee County facing an historic crisis, Scott Walker decided to put his career first," Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate said on a conference call with reporters Monday morning. "The floods have revealed once more, and in shameful fashion, that the only one that Scott Walker really cares about is Scott Walker."