You can try to cross the police, governor, but the police are going to hold the line.
Aside from the great news that the petition drive to recall Scott Walker and Rebecca Kleisfisch has within two days achieved a significant proportion of the necessary number of signatures, with nearly two months to go, the other great news is that petition drives are happening everywhere. And we mean everywhere.
For example, police officers in one of the state's largest cities started right out holding a petition drive, sharing food around and collecting a batch of signatures from their ranks seeking the ouster of the Republican governor and his lieutenant. [I'll refrain from naming the particular city, so that the police union can make its own announcement, in due course.]
Police, of course, are among the short list of public workers whose unions were exempted by Walker from his union-busting bill. Why? Because, as he said in his own words, he was afraid trying to bust police and firefighter unions along with the rest would lead to serious public disruption.