Well, we all know Walker's top aides are in deep, stinky stuff over secret e-mail systems, campaigning on the County Dime, stealing money from veterans and their families; you know, typical GOP behavior.
The question is, which one of these felonious beings is going to sing like a canary and nail Walker's unethical a$$ to the wall? My bet is with the thief. Prison time never looks good to anyone. If a few years can get shaved off a sentence, will he turn on his former boss? Here's hoping. And what choice does he really have? Would you go to prison for Scott Walker? I wouldn't take a step out of my way for the governor. I wouldn't warn him he was standing on train tracks when Amtrack is about to pass by. The only thing I would do for Scott Walker is sign Chapter 51 commitment papers on him because of his delusions of grandeur. He's a menace to himself and others. That a majority of people in this state didn't see that, well, shame on you, you must have mental health issues of your own.