Granderson: Herschel Walker’s candidacy is more interesting now that Senate control is decided in the Democratic primary. Walker has been a good friend of mine for many years, and I think he’d be a good Senator for the people of Wisconsin.
Walker is not a “pro-choice” candidate, that is a misnomer. He is pro life.
Walker has also said he supports the constitutional right to abortion. He has taken a position that is closer to the “pro-choice” position, than to the “pro-life” position. He has not, however, said that he should be against the right to abortion.
Walker has also said his views on marijuana legalization don’t fit well into the public debate.
Walker’s views on marijuana legalization are more in line with a conservative position than with a liberal position.
Walker says that he will continue to try to find ways to legalize and regulate marijuana, so that the law of the land will be applied equitably across the board. The key is regulating distribution of marijuana. The distribution system is a major contributing factor to the problems of the black market. In order to minimize the black market, the government should be able to regulate the access the marijuana has to the market.
Walker’s position allows the legislature to come up with a system of regulation for distribution. And to ensure safety, no black market should be allowed to exist.
Walker has also said he would continue to work with the Department of Justice to ensure that the system that has been developed works, and to work to repeal the federal laws that have been established to prevent marijuana legalization.
When I was younger I was one of those people who believed that abortion should be legal in all circumstances. As a politician, it is clear that he does not support pro life.
This issue does not have a lot of people’s support. But, in Wisconsin, our citizens are going to vote on this issue in the November election.
Some political analysts suggest that Walker lacks the base of support to win a primary campaign in November. They point to the fact that when Walker went to court to prevent public funding for his Walker presidential campaign, he received over 20% support, whereas some polls show his support to be less than 20%.
While that may be true, there is one factor that can be used to judge Walker’s political viability in November: his record for being anti-war.