But the media, of course, has their devious reasons. They will push for Jeb Bush, for they know that despite his money and connections the Republican base will not vote in sufficient numbers for him to defeat Hillary Clinton or another liberal of her ilk. Only the National Republican RINOs either haven't, or don't want to, figure that out. If they get their way, te 2016 election will end up just as disastrous for the Republicans as the candidacies of John McCain and Mitt Romney in the last two election cycles.
But now Walker is having questions raised about his answer to the question: Is Barack Obama a Christian? Even a number of conservatives are taking the position that he must know that Obama is not a Christian while the liberals, of course, scoff because the Wisconsin Governor would say definitively that Obama is a Christian. I find the whole debate nauseating and those who don't like Walker are just reaching for anything and they aren't getting anywhere.
I personally feel that his "I don't know if Obama is a Christian or not" is a perfectly okay answer. I personally would have answered it differently but, then again, I'm not standing in front of microphones in the spotlight with ravenous reporters attempting to reach an "I Gotcha" moment. No, Walker opted for the argument that he doesn't know Obama and he doesn't know what's in his heart. He even smartly stated in front of the reporters that he had no idea if they were Christians or not either.
I also liked his added retort that he was amazed how everyone is jumping on Rudy Guiliani for his comments about Obama's attitude toward America when they never question any of the ridiculous and sometimes downright disgusting comments that Vice President Joe Biden routinely makes. Oh, that's right, there is a double standard if you are a Democrat. Bravo, Scott, for bringing that out.
Realistically, I think that Scott Walker knows just like most of us know that Obama say he's a Christian using his membership (I don't know if it is still valid) in Rev. Wright's church of questionable doctrine, but that in his actions he surely doesn't show any signs Christian belief. His general course of action is to use Christianity as a whipping boy to cover his favorable treatment of Muslims and positions on so many social issues are contrary to biblical Christian doctrine.
That said, why would Walker want to even bother say any more than he did, after all he is getting heat for saying nothing and all the media is trying to do is put him down. I have no problem with what he said. As the son of a minister himself, he knows that Obama will be judged by God for his actions just like everyone else when that Day of Judgment comes.
I think we've got much bigger things to worry about, like taking Obama to task for ISIS, big government abuse of power, taxes and the IRS, Amnesty and so much more. And while Walker is not perfect, no one is. There are several issues that I disagree with him on but he has shown that he knows how to run a state government, a Blue state no less, and he has done so quite well. So let's get on with the business of electing someone that flyover America can live with and, frankly, I think Walker is one of several that fall into that category. He may not be the best but, then again, we never know until we find out, do we?
As far as Obama's real beliefs, the man has lied so much that I don't think anyone would believe him if he did tell the truth. The only thing that will make me happy is the day he leaves office. We just need to make sure a Democrat or a RINO doesn't follow him. 'Nuff said.
Have a great week and God bless all of you.