Saturday, May 12, 2012

Walker On Walker: 'Hey, You Can't Believe That Guy'

First he tells billionaire donor Diane Hendricks that his anti-union divide and conquer plan ends with Wisconsin becoming a right-to-work state, as Walker mentor Mitch Daniels ordered in  Indiana.

Now that the video of that Machiavellian scheme is wrecking his recall campaign - - and giving blue-collar conservatives a reason to fear him - -  Walker's saying he'll do everything to stop such a bill from getting to his desk - - though note he doesn't say he'd veto it.

Because what would the Club For Growth think?

Bottom line:

Walker's word is no good.

Take it from Walker

1 comment:

Paul Trotter said...

That's right- he'd sign in a heartbeat if the votes were there to overturn his veto.

He needs a good DK questioning to make him fess up.

MR. WALKER-WOULD YOU SIGN A RIGHT TO WORK LAW IF IT CAME TO YOUR DESK. YES OR NO?

ANSWER THE QUESTION MR. WALKER!