It’s now been seven days and Scott Walker is still refusing to say whether he believes the President loves America and is a Christian.
With fast-tracked Right to Work legislation set to pass the state Senate later today and the state Assembly early next week, Walker surely hopes to keep the focus off of his refusal to answer the simple “yes” or “no” questions of whether he believes the President loves America and is a Christian. But Walker’s answers yesterday when questioned on his complete 180 on right to work legislation — he’s repeatedly called it a “distraction” and in 2012 promised that it would not get to his desk because he had enough “political credibility” with state Republicans to keep it from happening — provide some insight into how the governor is dealing with topics he’d rather not discuss.
Walker made the mind-boggling claim that he hadn’t lied or broken his promises on right to work, the promises simply had expired — they were term limited. Does Walker believe there is a similar expiration date on his refusal to say whether he believes the President loves America and is a Christian?
Because it’s been long enough. Walker needs to answer the following questions:
— Do you believe the President loves America?
— Do you believe the President is a Christian?
— Do you believe the President was born in the United States?
— What newspapers do you read on a daily basis?