RADDATZ: Let's talk about some specific, and you talk about leadership and you talk about big, bold, fresh ideas. What is your big, bold, fresh idea in Syria? WALKER: Well, I think -- I go back to the red line. RADDATZ: Let's not go back. Let's go forward. What is your big, bold idea in Syria? WALKER: I think aggressively, we need to take the fight to ISIS and any other radical Islamic terrorist in and around the world, because it's not a matter of when they attempt an attack on American soil, or not if I should say, it's when, and we need leadership that says clearly, not only amongst the United States but amongst our allies, that we're willing to take appropriate action. I think it should be surgical. RADDATZ: You don't think 2,000 air strikes is taking it to ISIS in Syria and Iraq?
One of his biggest applause lines [in Iowa last week] was his mention that Wisconsin requires photo identification before voting. That's true, but Walker didn't mention that the requirement has been blocked by the U.S. Supreme Court and may never be enforced. Walker boasted about the "big and bold" tax cuts on his watch -- $2 billion in savings for individuals and businesses -- without mentioning the projected $2.2 billion budget shortfall Wisconsin faces in the coming two years.