Mahlon Mitchell, Rebecca Kleefisch’s challenger for Lt. Governor in Tuesday’s Wisconsin recall election sure likes to criticize all the changes Kleefisch has helped Scott Walker bring about in Wisconsin. Especially tax rates and tax cuts for corporations. But right in the prime of his campaign, Mitchell couldn’t even tell Greta Van Susteren of Fox News what the corporate tax rate in Wisconsin was. And weeks after that interview, while quick to answer the rate is 7.9%, when asked whether he supported raising, lowering or keeping that rate the same, he said, “I’d have to look at that….” Having no position on the issue he went on to claim, “we got to first get rid of Scott Walker, and uh, we’ll have to figure all those things out.” In other words, you can think of Mitchell like Wisconsin’s personal healthcare bill, just like having “to pass the bill, so you can find out what’s in it,” you have to elect Mitchell to find out his position.