Governor Scott Walker is the only person standing between the current balance of power between the state branches of government in Madison…and the new power grabs undertaken by the Republican majority in both the Assembly and Senate.

Walker said before lawmakers voted on the legislation that he was largely open to it, but he hasn’t said what he will do since then.

“For all the talk about reining in power, it really doesn’t,” he said Monday.

So I have just one question for the governor before he signs these bills: Would you want to continue to serve as Wisconsin’s governor if both houses of the legislature were controlled by the Democrats under these new rules and restrictions?

If the answer is no, the bills should be vetoed. Will the governor take that position…not likely…but I won’t be surprised if he does use his line item veto on a thing or three.

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