The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editorial board rethinks its campaign endorsement of Scott Walker, and ultimately decides to give him more time before changing their view.
When we recommended the then-Milwaukee County executive to be governor, we had no reason to think that he would try to bust public-employee unions. Since his inauguration, Walker has displayed a strong ideological bent at times that distracts him from the work at hand: creating an efficient state government and formulating government policy to promote job growth.
He has, in short order, become the most polarizing governor in the country.
So isn't this a classic bait-and-switch? If so, why not "recall" him for his transgressions?