[Updated, 11:40 a.m.] If he is seriously asking for consideration as a Presidential candidate, and as governor of a state with a recent mass shooting attributable to an Internet gun sale - - the Azana Spa tragedy in Brookfield - - then Scott Walker should be forced by mainstream media to take a position on the Senate bill aimed at closing Internet and gun show sales without background checks.
And other related bills on gun magazine capacity and assault weapon sales, for example.
Before he heads to China.
Walker should quit playing games with words and history - - stop evading the issue - - and offer clear answers - - unlike his recent remarks on gay marriage that obscured what his position actually is:
And on same-sex marriage itself? You can decipher his recent word-salady response and decide if it's the end product of skilled obfuscation or crossed wires:
"The interesting (thing) on the generational standpoint is I've had young people ask me I think an appropriate question, is not expanding it to include folks who are not one man and one woman but rather questioning why the government is sanctioning it in the first place," he said on the [Meet the Press] show. "I mean, that would be an alternative to say not have the government sanction marriage period, and leave that up to the churches and the synagogues and others to define that."