Richard Nixon’s Son-In-Law Donated $10,000 To Scott Walker


Hat Tip to Common Cents.

My blog is where something like this gets posted.

Edward Cox is always looking for a way to make a name for himself, and get more into the political game.  That Cox is a centrist, and very bright for the most part makes this donation to Scott Walker all the more sad as it only underscores Cox’s desire to be playing in the arena regardless of the sewage he needs to step into.

Why he feels a need to do this is a mystery.

There is little Cox can do at this stage of his life (age 66) other than donate money, given he has no electoral track record.  He seems to enjoy playing in New York politics, but there is really no where his attempts at making a splash will land him other than at the place he started.

There is no legacy for Cox other than his White House wedding to a president’s daughter.  It has always perplexed me why everyone seems to know that except Cox himself.  And he is bright enough to figure this out.

Surely Tricia Nixon had the chat with him about this matter. 

So the $10,000 to Scott Walker is just a mystery.

3 thoughts on “Richard Nixon’s Son-In-Law Donated $10,000 To Scott Walker

  1. windy33

    maybe his donation is a way of telling scott walker he is not a crook. when everyone else knows different, except scott walker. he always thinks he is above the law.

  2. Patrick

    I see… So someone related to Nixon makes a donation to Walker. The obvious text is that he is a nobody, yet here he warrants some bytes–so he’s not? The subtext is that Nixon was a crook, and his son is giving money to a crook?

    As for legacies, he’s not so sad as the young Clinton doing puff pieces on one of the sleepy networks. I wonder what donations she’s made?

  3. skip1930

    I can’t hardly wait to vote today in the primary.
    I’m guessing it’s going to be Walker vs. Barret in the general election.
    But I don’t really know.

    skip.

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