Walker is trying to serve two masters:
1) He wants to do whatever is best for Scott Walker, no matter who gets the shaft, and,
2) He wants to be the most loyal and dependable pit bull for the wealthy donors, no matter who gets the shaft.
What happens when #1 and #2 collide?
That's what we are seeing in both his attack ads on Mary Burke, and his dealings with the John Doe investigations.
And, for our Republican friends: I can think of Republican politicians in Wisconsin who have gone against the big money donors to do what they thought was best for the people of Wisconsin, whether you agree with them or not. For example, Ron Johnson, Glen Grothman, etc.
All I want is ONE example in the past 4 years of Walker going against his big donors to do what was best for the people of Wisconsin.