"I campaigned on [the proposals in the budget repair bill for Wisconsin] all throughout the election. Anybody who says they are shocked on this has been asleep for the past two years," - Wisconsin governor Scott Walker.

"We introduced a measure last week, a measure I ran on during the campaign, a measure I talked about in November during the transition, a measure I talked about in December when we fought off the employee contracts, an idea I talked about in the inauguration, an idea I talked about in the state of the state. If anyone doesn't know what's coming, they've been asleep for the past two years," - Scott Walker.

These two statements are untrue with respect to collective bargaining rights for some public sector unions, the crux of the current controversy. Politifact confirms the Dish's conclusion yesterday.

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