He's back in the display case:
Governor Walker appears unwilling to hold genuinely public sessions prior to the introduction of his 2013-15, or next election cycle budget, so you can expect to see him receive "input" as carefully-staged and packaged as the settings where it'll be offered.
A few days ago Walker told a friendly audience at the Reagan Library and Museum in California about his budget plans for Wisconsin; the timing and setting encouraged speculation that he was laying the foundation for a 2016 presidential run - - which then allowed Walker to humbly deny he had any presidential aspirations.
Call that a political win-win, two-days running.
So you can understand why Walker wishes that pesky John Doe probe would get wrapped up; plea bargains and document drops are undermining another narrative which even showed up, caked in irony, on the Reagan Library and Museum website:
Previously, in 2002, Scott was elected County Executive to reform the scandal-ridden county government.