Scott Walker recants opposition to birthright citizenship

After telling an NBC reporter unambiguously that he supported ending birthright citizenship, Scott Walker on Friday changed his mind, saying his new position is that he has no position, that he is now undecided again.  He's saying that this isn't a reversal, merely that he misspoke because he was tired. How do you misspeak support for ending birthright citizenship?  Look at this video, where he is clearly asked whether he would end it, and Walker says, "Yeah, absolutely."  No ambiguity there.   This is not a minor, technical issue.  This is not a slip of the tongue.  Scott Walker was clearly saying last week that he supported ending the mechanism that creates anchor babies.  Now he's changed his mind. Here's his position on the issue for August 21: “I’m not taking a position one way or the other,” Walker said in an interview with CNBC’s John Harwood. “I’m...(Read Full Post)