Scott Walker on amnesty

Cruz & Walker vs. Bush & Rubio on Amnesty and Immigration

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and various other business interests pumped millions of dollars into Scott Walker’s campaigns in Wisconsin, particularly his successful effort to fight a union-inspired recall, and according to the “dance with the one what brung ya” calculus of politics you’d think Walker would adopt their position on amnesty and expanding legal immigration, but this week Scott Walker joined Ted Cruz and came out strongly against the Bush – Rubio positions on those issues.

Scott Walker Lays Out Pro American Worker Stance On Immigration

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

During an interview with Glenn Beck, Walker became the first declared or potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate to stake out a position on immigration fully in line with that of Senate Judiciary Committee subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest chairman Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL). He also noted that he has been working with Chairman Sessions on the issue to learn more about it. Walker is now the only potential or declared GOP presidential candidate to discuss the negative effects of a massive increase in legal immigration on American workers.

Is Scott Walker done?

Newsmachete, The American Thinker

There are many, many inconsistencies and "evolutions" in Scott Walker's positions, but this write says Walker has finally broken an egg that can't be re-shelled.  He reportedly endorsed amnesty not six years ago, not two years ago, but two weeks ago, in a private group dinner.

Walker Faces Flip-Flop Attacks in N.H.

David Catanese, U.S. News & World Report

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker beat back a barrage of questions Saturday insinuating that he had flip-flopped on a slate of issues, calling the charge “ridiculous.” “The only major issue out there is immigration,” Walker acknowledged. “This is one where we listened to people all across the country, particularly border governors, saw how this president messed that up. That’s an issue where I think people want leaders who are willing to listen.”