Get serious. Governor Damage Control is still in talking-point, denial-and-gibberish mode:
Speaking to reporters in Madison Wednesday morning before the release of the emails, Walker said he was confident that there wouldn't be anything damaging in them beyond what had already led to criminal charges. He downplayed his relationship with his former deputy chief of staff and said he would stay focused on cutting taxes and creating jobs.
"This is going to be communications from a county employee from several years ago that went through a legal process that concluded early last year. I'm confident that through that process they were able to review each of those communications — the authorities were — and they concluded that process last March," Walker said.