Opinion: Walker’s campaign promises can not be trusted
To the Editor:
If Scott walker makes a promise in has campaign, chances are he is lying, and this is certainly the case with the governor now promising to protect people with pre-existing conditions.
In his current campaign he is trying to reinvent himself as a compassionate conservative. All of a sudden he is now the education governor and protecting the health of everyone. If walker really cared about protecting people with pre-existing condition he wouldn’t have directed his attorney general to sue to overturn the affordable health care act which provides coverage for people with pre-existing conditions.
When a career politician like Walker is running for re-election, promises have to be weighed against his track record.
Scott walker is not a man of his word. His campaign promises cannot be trusted. Past promises not kept were promising he wasn’t interested in in attacking public employees, making Wisconsin a right to work state, and running for President, we all know what he did!
Have you noticed no Wisconsin sportsmen for walker signs in yards this fall? Maybe it is due to what he has done to the DNR, and Wsconsin deer hunting.and again not keeping his promises.
Please consider voting for Tony Evers November 6th in the governor’s race and giving him a democratic legislature.