Never forget the response Scott Walker gave to the fake David Koch at the suggestion about planting troublemakers among the peaceful demonstrators last year at the Capital, he said "You know, [...] we thought about that."
Walker finished that particular segment with this...
One Wisconsin Now Transcript Excerpt:
My only fear would be is if there was a ruckus caused, is that that would scare the public into thinking that maybe the governor has got to settle to avoid all these problems. [...] So, that’s my gut reaction, is I think it’s actually good if they’re constant, they’re noisy, but they’re quiet, nothing happens, cause sooner or later the media stops finding them interesting.
No question about it. Scott Walker really did think about planting troublemakers. But instead of possessing a natural or even Christian sense of "right and wrong" morals and values to condemn such a repulsive idea, he strategized first on whether provoking mayhem would have provided him some additional political advantage over the protesters. How would the media react? That's our governor. In this case, he eventually figured against it, but only because he thought he would be better served by allowing the protest to die a quiet steady death into mediocrity. We now know of course that things didn't exactly go his way.
During interviews months later, Walker admitted he probably would have done some things differently if confronted with the same choices...
...maybe next time, right Guv?