Long time readers of Cog Dis are well aware that every decision Scott Walker makes is weighed on its impact of his next political campaign. The minute Walker took office as Milwaukee County Executive, he started running for governor. Every action he took was calculated to further his aspirations to be governor.
And even before he was sworn in (and sworn at) as governor, he was already laying out the groundwork for his presidential campaign. The biggest part of his presidential campaign is Act 10, the union busting law that he had in the works even as he was still campaigning for governor.