Should Scott Walker Run For President?
Today at Right Wisconsin.
What do Wisconsin conservatives think?
We asked several prominent Wisconsin conservatives whether they thought Scott Walker should run for President in 2016, and if they thought he would run.
The responses run the gamut from.. Sure, why not? to "Scott Walker will not be the president of the United States in 2016 or any other year..."
As the disenchantment with Obamacare unfolds across the political landscape, it’s hard not to indulge in a bit of unseemly schadenfreude, or at least a bit of we-told-you-so.
This is, however, only the beginning. We have yet to see all of the unintended consequences of the various mandates and taxes, although we are certainly getting a taste. Employers are already cutting back the hours of part-timers, premiums are already moving higher, and even supporters are starting to realize that simply because Obama made them a promise that doesn’t make it so.
The latest group to get a taste of this promise vs. reality is (deliciously and ironically enough) organized labor.
Why Priebus is launching a $10 million outreach campaign.
"To borrow a phrase from my friend Erskine Bowles, we are the healthiest-looking horse in the glue factory. That means America is still a step ahead of the European nations who are confronting a debt crisis, of Japan, that's in its second lost decade. It's probably because of our resilient economy, because of our world currency status," Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said on "Face the Nation" today.
"So we do not have a debt crisis right now. But, we see it coming. We know it's irrefutably happening. And the point we're trying to make with our budget is, let's get ahead of this problem," he said.