10 thoughts on “Scott Walker: Regrets, he’s had a few

  1. Handle it better isn’t the word. Ohio did it well. Walker simply didn’t have a clue. Gosh, is he afraid of a recall? He should be. If he had a brain he would be dangerous. I like what he did, just not the way he did it. I can’t vote for him again. I consider him to be dangerous.

    • Dangerous? I voted for him and knew what he was going to do. Then he did it. He is handling the whole thing well, it is the unions and the left that is shouting in the streets banging drums and such. Whose acting nuts here?

  2. Walker sealed his fate when he took away collective bargaining rights and decimated school budgets. I don’t care if he has regrets and I’m not buying his false honesty in the interview. He’s a fool and a dnagerous one. RECALL!!!!

    • …Explain how school budgets were decimated. Thats the problem with liberals. You people simply make claims without any backing evidence. Do some research instead of letting yourself be lead around by the nose

      • Massive pay cuts in wages that were already significantly below average, Over a thousand veteran teachers forced out, Class sizes up massively despite the huge lies in his adds, and 3/4 of the cuts haven’t hit yet. Yup, just call them “liberal” that fixes everything. I of course usually vote straight Republican. Interesting that you “knew” he would do this. He sure as heck never said anything like this in the campaign. One big “Walker Improvement” is that now teachers can be fired without cause. For instance being a Republican is a firing offense. 6 months now since I was forced out and not one single qualified applicant yet. I wonder what planet you’re on?

  3. Like any bully, they deny and deny and deny, and just go on bullying. But once the entire community finally rallies to stop them and he’s “pinned to the ground,” boy do they sing a different tune. Recall this man. Send him packing. Teach a sorely needed lesson to him and to so many other politicians. They work for WE, the PEOPLE–and not for THEMSELVES.

  4. If he had regrets other than his possible loss of power he could easily fix the problems. He won’t therefore this is just another lie

  5. Well Governor Walker,
    Not only did you not spend enough time “selling his change of collective bargaining for public employees” you spent all of your time dividing the people of Wisconsin making the public employee the villain and the cause of financial problems of Wisconsin. You pushed your agenda and made villains of Wisconsin elected officials who went to Illinois in an attempt to slow your jihad. You moved ahead as quickly as you possibly could have despite tens of thousands of people screaming for you to stop. If you think what you did was merely a matter of not doing a better job selling your plan you continue your “Wisconsin is open for Big Business” effort. Everybody gets to carry a gun under their coat but now you want groups of 4 or more to fill out an application so demonstrate at the State Capitol. You have lawyers for multimillionaires writing laws stripping citizens of rights. What you have done were not “stupid” mistakes. They were calculated steps to disenfrancise the working people of Wisconsin. Don’t forget your quickstep to exclude Wisconsin citizens from voting (Democrat and Repulican alike) by requiring an elaborate voter registration. “Stupid?” No. Facist. If you are stupid, you have to go. If you are in the pocket of billionaires, you have to go. If you cannot compromise and carry on a dialogue, you have to go. Do not bleed us and then think an apology is enough.

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