Scott Walker, widely considered to be a top tier candidate for the Republican nomination for President in 2016 has said that he is not sure if Obama is Christian. He also says that he believes that it is questions like that which make people dislike the media.
Basically, Walker does not want to have to answer the question about Obama’s faith. He probably fears that saying Obama is a Christian will anger some in his base. At the same time, saying that Obama is not a Christian could draw criticism.
Bloomberg.com goes on to report that Walker says that he does not believe the issue is important at all. He says that you could go to Wisconsin and ask one-hundred people about this question and none would find the issue to be important. He does not want to speak on it and would rather answer other questions.
Bernardo Chua believes that this kind of question has grabbed more attention in large part because of comments made by Rudolph Giuliani that he believes Obama does not love America. It has opened up a new round of Republicans having to answer the tough questions about what exactly it is that they believe about the President. Scott Walker may not be interested in answering such questions, but he can only blame others in his party like Giuliani for having to face this issue right now. It is something that is still developing right now.