In an appearance on Meet the Press yesterday, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker gave every indication that he wants to run for President in 2016.
Among other things, Walker made a point of saying “Governors Make Much Better Presidents,” and repeatedly took aim at Hillary Clinton calling her the “big loser” in last week’s mid-terms and that she represents “everything that’s wrong with Washington.”
Although Walker last month pledged to serve his entire four year term if re-elected he opened the door wide on seeking higher office. “I said my plan was for four years,” said Walker. “I have a plan to keep going for the next four years, but certainly I care deeply for my state and my country and we`ll see what the future holds.”
It is true that a recent poll indicated that only 25% of Wisconsinites wanted Walker to run for President. However, the poll is not an indication that Wisconsinites don’t think Walker would be a good President, but I think that they want to keep Walker for themselves. The people of Wisconsin should enjoy his leadership while they have it because I think the more people outside Wisconsin see and hear of Walker they more they’ll want him to take a shot at the White House.
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