I find it curious. On more than one occasion you have indicated Walker is extreme. Then, in the next breath, you endorse his agenda almost without exception.
I have called Walkers move against the unions "extreme" and "overreaching" which I believe they are.
I have indicated that I believe fiscally Walker is good for WI, which I believe he is.
I think if you read more carefully you will see where I stand, instead of being confused how I can overall like Walker without appreciating his approach on the unions.
Walker in a way got very lucky in his timing... WI was an absolute fiscal disaster from years of Democrat fiscal policy, he won and also got complete Republican legislative control. He was able to get away with his extreme union approach because things were so bad that ANYTHING was better. If WI had not been showing financial improvement from his moves he would have lost his recall election. He won because even though his position on unions is extreme he was still the better candidate for WI, and WI voters realized it (Democrats and pundits sympathetic to their cause STILL DO NOT REALIZE IT).
I don't believe that I "endorsed his agenda almost without exception" at any point, maybe you can help me with that one. I also do not believe that I indicated Walker is "extreme" as the term would apply to the candidate. I have indicated he is extreme on the union issue. If you can recall any other instances on other issues where I indicated Walker was "extreme" please feel free to show me.