John Nichols: What Do Barack Obama and Scott Walker Have in Common?

John Nichols: What Do Barack Obama and Scott Walker Have in Common?

John Nichols: What Do Barack Obama and Scott Walker Have in Common?

Wisconsin’s fight back against Governor Walker is the most transformational movement in a long time. 

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Speaking on The Ed Show last night, John Nichols, Washington correspondent for The Nation, shares his expectations for President Obama’s visit today in Wisconsin, where exactly one year ago, tens of thousands of people turned out at the Capitol to protest Governor Scott WalkerÆs plan to limit the pay and rights of public workers. Also, it turns out that Obama and Walker actually do have something in common. Watch the clip to learn more.

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