This week on Uncommon Knowledge, Wisconsin governor Scott Walker discusses a wide range of issues facing his state, the nation, and the future of the GOP. (32:53)
“What we've tried to do is take a step back and instead of getting engrossed in the nuances and acronyms here in our nation's capital is instead try to focus on what does this mean to real people? What does this mean to our state? What does this mean to us long term? My goal is to move people from government dependence . . . and find a way to transition them into the private sector.”
Tammy Frisby, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, discusses whether the two parties are fairly or unfairly characterizing each other’s the health care proposals? What would happen to Obamacare if Romney is elected? How will these nuanced issues play out and affect the rest of the campaign?