Monday, July 7, 2014
Scott Walker, do you still "stand with" this statement?
Walker and Barrett debate. (Wisconsin Radio Network, 5/25/2012)
Apparently, the answer is "yes", as this is what we heard from the Governor's spokesman the other day.
“Gov. Walker took an oath of office to uphold the constitution of the state of Wisconsin that defines traditional marriage as passed by the voters as well as the laws of the state that also bar discrimination based on race, gender, age or sexual orientation.”
Wisconsin Attorney J. B. Van Hollen is singing a similar tune. “As Attorney General, I have an obligation to uphold Wisconsin law and our Constitution."
And he twice uses the word "oath" in this op-ed piece.
Other same-sex marriage posts:
In Scott Walker's case, not "taking the bait" means weaseling his way through the campaign. (7/7/2014)
From the why-is-this-news department. (6/15/2014)
Somebody needs lessons in leadership. (6/15/2014)
To be an attorney, you need to graduate from college. (5/27/2014)
Your state tax dollars at work (to keep Walker's base happy). (3/25/2014)
Did you know that it's National Heterosexual Marriage Week USA? (2/8/2014)
What else would you expect from someone who needs to pander to a Tea-Party base in order to keep his dim 2016 hopes alive? (2/6/2014)
Virginia Republicans hang down their heads. (1/6/2014)
Beware of Cal Thomas. (4/1/2013)