Gov. Scott Walker tells the Journal Sentinel that he will not support or sign any 'Right-to-Work' legislation in the upcoming session - - and by the way, he really, really wants it known he's not engaging in any "wink and nod" tactics (now why would Gov. 'Drop The Bomb' have to so beg to be believed?) - - but here's how he left the door open to getting the bill to his desk:
Gov. Scott Walker signaled he wouldn't pursue any new bills on public or private unions in the coming legislative session and wouldn't touch the issue of right-to-work legislation until it had been debated as part of an election...
"If we ever had a (right-to-work) discussion like that in the future, it's something we'd have going into an election."And how easy would it be for a stalking horse or outside group to insert the issue into the campaign, giving Walker the issue without the direct or open responsibility for having introduced it?
'Well, since you brought it up, it sounds like a modest proposal to me...'