What a difference a couple of days make:
On Thursday, during Obamacare, book tour and Christmas nut-roasting chit-chat with AM 620 WTMJ talker and GOP megaphone Charlie Sykes, Gov. Walker said he'd definitely make his decision on the possible Kenosha casino before the 2014 gubernatorial election.
"No doubt about it," he said at about the 2:40 mark here.
On Saturday, Walker's people were signing a different tune:
Gov. Scott Walker may postpone a decision on whether to approve the $800 million Indian casino proposed for Kenosha until after he stands for re-election in November, according to the governor's top aide.
The state is hiring outside attorneys and a financial adviser to examine the issue, and they may need the extra time to analyze the off-reservation casino proposed by the Menominee tribe, Administration Secretary Mike Huebsch told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.