By Keith R. Schmitz
Swim in this political pool enough and you can smell a talking point a mile away.
When the subject comes up of RoJo's attempt to campaign from a TV studio while trying to buy the election with money from his inflated salary, his defenders will ask what's the difference between him and Herb Kohl.
A big one in fact.
Johnson wants to get into office to essentially vote for policies that will increase his personal fortune, at the expense of the general good.
While no one could accuse Herb of being a progressive, his voting record tended towards supporting policies that would not necessarily increase the Kohl family personal fortune, but enhance the public good.
Actually smart people recognize that many of the things Herb has backed did increase his fortune, and all of ours in the bargain.