The funeral of former President George H.W. Bush reminds us of the importance of legacy. Leaders and former leaders gathered this week to say goodbye to our 41st President. Members of both parties were there to pay their respects, including former President Bill Clinton, who succeeded Bush. When he first took office, President Clinton received a handwritten note from his predecessor, wishing him the best of luck as new President. It was a selfless and classy act. Outgoing Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has a chance to offer a selfless and classy act of his own. The legislature has hurriedly passed a series of bills designed largely to limit the power of incoming Governor Tony Evers and that bill is heading to Walker’s desk. He alone now has the power to determine if these bills should become law. Walker should do the right thing, and veto these bills that only serve to undermine our democracy. Tony Evers plans to ask Walker to get out his veto pen. Without a veto, there will almost certainly be lawsuits challenging the legality of these bills that will cost taxpayers dearly. Walker should take a page from former President Bush by being selfless and wish his successor well, rather than trying to make life more difficult for him. It would be good for his legacy.