Who didn't see this one coming? "Stand with Walker" drones, that's who:
Here's how slick Scotty did it again; it's the old career politicians double standard trick:
Walker’s own budgets report the "structural deficit" number using the method the Fiscal Bureau used to come up with $1.8 billion. Indeed, Walker has used the "structural deficit" estimates to his advantage in the past and even has made it the centerpiece of his re-election campaign. the governor is seeking to have it both ways, trumpeting the bureau’s method when it suits him and rejecting it when it does not. Walker told debate viewers: "The next state budget will begin with a surplus of over half a billion dollars -- $535 million to be exact."
That rosy number flies in the face of the official estimate that uses a long-established method used by members of both parties, and the governor’s budget office.
We rate the claim False.