Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) was on Fox News with Sean Hannity to discuss the possibility that he might run for President in 2016. During their conversation Walker sounded as confident as any candidate who’s already been nominated for the top job.
When Hannity broached the subject of the possibility that Walker might run in 2016, Walker responded with this line…
“I don’t think it’s ever been good to bet against me.”
If you’ll notice while Walker pretended he hadn’t decided yet on running for President he definitely made sure that all of Hannity’s viewers heard about his record in Wisconsin and knew that he’d be travelling for the next few months.
“My budget will come out next Tuesday, for the fifth and sixth year in a row I’ll lower property taxes. I want a few months to get that job done. But I’ll be in New Hampshire and South Carolina and back in Iowa, and we’re going to be talking about these issues for the next several months. We’re excited where we can take this country.”
“I don’t think it’s ever been good to bet against me. Certainly in the last three elections for governor in the past four years, I wouldn’t be betting against me in a race like this either.”