WI Gubernatorial Candidate Scott Walker’s 68-Page Jobs Plan Would Be Four Pages Using A Normal Font

Posted by | September 20, 2010 21:16 | Filed under: Top Stories

Wisconsin GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott Walker has a 68-page jobs plan, which sounds very impressive until you open it and discover the font is so big that there are only 10 words per page. At 200 words per page, that would take up no more than four pages if normal typeface were used (h/t Wonkette).

Lest you think this is just some idiotic “temp worker” accidentally setting the font size to GINORMOUS and then letting an evil “local politics blogger” get hold of it, the actual PDF on the actual candidate’s website is named “SCOTT WALKER’S 68-PAGE JOBS PLAN!”, all caps and including the exclamation point. And that’s how it goes, for 68 pages that are the portable-document-format equivalent of having a crazy old person scream in your ear for an hour.

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