Scott Walker's neighbors also participated in the recall effort during the protest outside of his home in Wauwatosa.
TMJ4: WAUWATOSA - More than 1,000 recall supporters clogged a Wauwatosa intersection and took their message to the Governor's front door. They made their protests at the corner of 68th and Bluemound -- a microcosm of where Wisconsin has been, and where the state may be going.
The protesters say they wanted to illustrate that people in the Governor's own neighborhood want him recalled. But Tonette Walker points out that she and the Governor don't stay at their home regularly. However, their children do. And now, Walker points out, a lot of people know where they live. "It's on my mind all the time, is today going to be a good day for them, is someone going to step out and say something to them," Walker told Newsradio 620 WTMJ's Charlie Sykes.
But who would blame the kids? Apparently, nobody is. Could this be another example of conservative projection?
Walker says people have been wonderful to her children during this very contentious time for the Governor. But she says as a mom, she worries.