Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker continues the rehabilitation of his image, with a national interview about his beliefs as a moderate. From the New York Times:
“My thought is, you start out with small things, you build trust, you move forward, you keep working on things and you try and pick as many things that are things that people can clearly work together on."
Governor Walker's call for starting small and working together comes after he jammed through his union-stripping bill and a voter ID bill, the NYT notes. The state is about to face legal action on both. Mr. Walker tells the paper he doesn't expect a rush to cooperate. On the contrary, the activists working to recall the governor next year seem to be having fun.