Governor Scott Walker raised some eyebrows this week by attending a bill signing ceremony in Missouri. Walker heads the Republican Governors Association, and he lent support to G-O-P Governor Eric Greitens as he signed a measure ending a requirement that contractors pay union wages to private workers on tax funded projects — similar to what Walker signed in Wisconsin in April. There’s been talk that the first term Greitens is looking at some type of future bid for U-S Senate, vice president, or the presidency as he builds a national profile with trips to Washington and cable appearances on Fox News. Walker, who ran for president in 2015, told Learfield’s Missourinet he was there for something else and was having dinner with friends — and he wanted to help a fellow G-O-P governor. As for Walker’s ambitions, he has already vowed not to run for president in 2020 if he’s reelected governor next year.