The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that Scott Walker refuses to discuss Social Security because he hasn’t decided to run for president (nice one, Gov). Even if Walker refuses to tell people how he would cut benefits, he’s on record supporting serious cuts to the program.
As far back as 2000, he supported then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush’s plan to partially privatize Social Security.
One has to believe that the Kochs took Walker’s stance on cutting Social Security into account when they declared him one of the five contenders in their invisible primary.
MJS: Gov. Scott Walker won’t talk Social Security until he’s a presidential candidate
Published: Apr 23, 2015