“In December, after the elections, but before I was sworn into office,” Walker said(under oath).There was one problem with that:
Records obtained by FOX6 News show it was actually November when the Legislative Reference Bureau – the state office that essentially creates bills – was directed to start drafting what would become Act 10. An internal memo entitled “Alternative Approach to Collective Bargaining” sketched out plans to require unions to recertify every year, and to prohibit them from collecting dues. An email spells out a strategy for “prohibiting public employee unions from collectively bargaining over health care benefits.” This all occurred before Walker had taken office.Thankfully, Mike Lowe asked him about this very issue last night and here is the report. The timeline is there for you to decide if Scott Walker lied under oath to Congress. Can we really elect a Governor who plays this loose with the truth and being under oath does not matter to him?
One thing for sure is that Governor Walker's answer to this question seriously rivals Miss South Carolina's: