The way I see it, there are only two possibilities:
1. WEDC was designed to be an opaque slush fund to transfer public dollars to Scott Walker's cronies in the private sector (in which case, mission accomplished); or
2. Scott Walker and his cronies in charge of WEDC are completely unqualified for such high-level positions of responsibility.
Either way, a lot of voters in Wisconsin ought to be feeling a great deal of buyer's remorse. High-speed rail would have been far less expensive to Wisconsin taxpayers than WEDC and would have created a lot more jobs.
I can't add anything else to what Tim Morrissey pointed out on the subject.