Could it be that the cred he gains with core GOP/Tea Party '16 primary voters - - he's the original Tea Party in Wisconsin, don't forget - - over forcing drug-testing on welfare recipients will convince conservatives he should be their ideological pick? Right approach for Wisconsin, or right Walker approach for the right?
The governor has been upfront in acknowledging that the proposal won't likely pass muster under federal law, but said it's the right approach for Wisconsin.
More on "the original Tea Party," sourcing."We believe that there will potentially be a fight with the federal government and in court ... Our goal here is not to make it harder to get government assistance; it's to make it easier to get a job," Walker told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.