Walker does resign, then crazy church lady
becomes governor (at least for a few weeks).
From the Cap Times November 3, 2010:
When speaking to a Tea Party gathering at Madison's Esquire Club this summer, Rebecca Kleefisch took a moment to compliment the crowd before launching into her stump speech for lieutenant governor.
"This is the first tea party organization that I have spoken to that prays before the beginning of the meeting, so God bless you guys for doing that and putting Jesus first," said Kleefisch. "Because if we don't stay Christ-centered, then who are we to say we should lead?"
During the same presentation Kleefisch offered her criteria for being governor: "My qualifications for a governor are a Christian man who can actually right our financial ship instead of just rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic like our last administration has done for the last eight years."
Meet Wisconsin's new lieutenant governor, who pledged in a campaign flier that, if elected, she would make decisions in her official capacity the way she always has — by "relying on the wisdom and faith she has in Jesus." In the same flier, Kleefisch, who attends a nondenominational evangelical church in Oconomowoc and is married to state Rep. Joel Kleefisch, R-Oconomowoc, tied her opposition to abortion and gay marriage to her religious underpinnings. She recently drew national attention, much of it derisive, when she likened gay marriage to someone marrying a table, a clock or a dog.
Should Gov.-elect Scott Walker not finish his four-year term for any reason, Kleefisch would become governor. The odds of that happening are not that long...