By Eric Fischer
When creating legislature, the goal of making everyone happy is easier said than done. In late March former Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson was speaking at an event in Wausau when he said that all long-term major legislative accomplishments have had bipartisan support and a major failure of Obamacare was that it didn’t gain that support. Governor Scott Walker believes the same on the national level and says that some people are shocked to hear that 90% of bills he has signed into law had more than just Republican support.
Walker also cites 10 of 11 foster care bills passing unanimously earlier this month a recent example of a bipartisan-supported bill. Speaking on Thompson, Walker recently said that if elected to a third term, he would not willingly leave office for a cabinet position after speaking with Thompson who did leave office to serve on President George W. Bush’s administration.