Of course Scott Walker won’t promise to serve out a full second term…

Considering the difficulty he’s had in fulfilling his promise to create 250,000 jobs in Wisconsin during his first term in office, it’s not surprising Republican Gov. Scott Walker is refusing to promise to serve out a full second term if he’s reelected.

A day after he formally announced his re-election bid, Gov. Scott Walker declined to say Wednesday whether he would serve a full four-year term if re-elected.

In comments to reporters in Madison and Milwaukee, Walker also tested the idea that he may have until the end of 2015 — rather than the beginning of that year — to meet his 2010 pledge to have the state add 250,000 jobs.


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6 thoughts on “Of course Scott Walker won’t promise to serve out a full second term…

  1. So what’s the big deal, ask yourself, what good is a Walker promise anyway?

    A little political churn is all this is. Waiting for the political cartoon with Walker crossing his fingers behind his back as he makes his next promise about anything with the exception of course of crony payback with taxpayer money.

    On the point of Walker and honesty (slightly OT) is the state still required to fund his perpetual campaign travel expenses and its accompanying security detail entourage now that he is, “officially,” an announced candidate?

    A nice weekend to everyone.

    No War but Class War

  2. I’d raise the spectre of “Governor Kleefisch”, but I can’t do it without laughing on many levels.

  3. Hopefully, by the time his next “term” is over he will have served two thirds of it – allowing for good behavior. We can hope.

  4. If you can’t do the jobs don’t run. Let the Koch brothers destroy the state themselves.

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