|Just barely interested?|
Slower job growth, more borrowing, deeper spending cuts aren't on his voters radar, because their finely oiled media machine keeps them distracted with newly created hot button issues that bash the nations home grown liberal terrorists. John Doe convictions for Walker's closest aides? Forget about it.
But Walker has a problem running for president. He won't have that loyal and breathlessly dedicated voter base to cling to. He'll have to stand on stage with the other presidential contenders raising his hand for yes or no questions about global warming, gay marriage, contraception, the minimum wage, cutting Social Security and Medicare. He won't be able to play the victim of his party's relentless focus on abortion, voter suppression and education reform.
Slick Scottie will have to lay it all out there. The America Prospect wrote this about our states popular sociopath:
Of all the potential GOP 2016 candidates, Walker may be the most terrifying. Yes, it would be a calamity of apocalyptic proportions if Ted Cruz were to become president, but we all know that's never going to happen. Walker, however, is a much more credible candidate.But I don't think so, at least, not without his loyal base. As the Prospect noted:
"Walker? He's all hard edges and ideological search-and-destroy missions, leaving bitterness and anger in his wake even when he wins.Yea, that's our governor.