I had raised in a couple of earlier posts whether Governor Walker had been dishonest with the voters of the state by failing to disclose his intention to try to kill collective bargaining if he were elected. (I am perhaps beating a putrescent horse here.) I posed two questions previously: First, did Governor Walker intend to try to put an end to collective bargaining for public workers while he was still Candidate Walker? Second, if so, did he purposefully fly below the radar on the collective bargaining issue prior to November 3, 2010?
Channel 3's Eric Franke interviewed Governor Walker on March 11, the afternoon the Budget Repair Bill passed the Wisconsin Assembly. Until someone with access to an interview of the Governor choses to ask the above two questions directly, I think this interview is as close to an admission as you can find that Scott Walker did have the plan to destroy public union collective bargaining before the election.