Scott Walker has got The Left spooked again. He has been in their gunsights as long as he has been Governor of Wisconsin and now that he has made a positive impression among conservatives on a national level, that target has become much bigger.
In response to Walker's interview with Martha Raddatz of ABC News last Sunday in which he suggested he would not rule out boots on the ground in Syria, The Atlantic's Conor Friedersdorf has written an article assailing Walker's foreign policy naivete. Friedersdorf, full of snark, writes, "It's as if Walker learned about foreign policy by watching The West Wing or reading Bill Kristol columns." But alas, Friedersdorf only succeeds his exposing his own foreign policy naivete: