WWWD? Scott Walker says as he “reads” the Constitution, religious liberty is a “fundamental right.” But what would he DO if elected president to prevent the totally unnecessary religious liberty conflicts now emerging? What would he do other than support the Constitution and the Wisconsin constitution? People are tired of doublespeak from politicians.
I am guessing Hillary Clinton is also willing to say religious liberty is a fundamental right. And she supports the Constitution. What difference would electing you President of the United States make?
Listen to Walker talk religious liberty on the Laura Ingraham show. Listen hard, and see if you can find any suggestion he’s willing to actually go up against the Left on these issues. Or is he just going to rely on his read of the the Constitution? Because Kim Davis is still in jail. And Melissa Klein still faces potentially bankrupting fines. And Kelvin Cochran is still out of a job.
Your read doesn’t do anything of them any good, Gov. Walker. WWWD? Tell us, please, no runarounds.
Maggie Gallagher is a senior fellow at American Principles in Action.