I encourage you to actually follow your own link, and make the comparison.
Yes: the people behind "walker2014.com" are antagonists of Scott Walker, and the site is dedicated to denigrating him. It's one of several sites with similar aspirations and similarly misleading names.
1) "walker2014.com" is produced by something calling itself "wake up and Smell the Coffee Wisconsin". I don't know who these people are - but a quick Google doesn't turn up claims that they're the DNC, as the Kirkpatrick site was produced by the RNC.
2) The site is considerably less misleading - there is a donate button, but it's tiny and in a corner, unlike the button on the Kirkpatrick page.
3) Much, much more importantly, the "Donate" button is not an attempt to defraud the credulous of their money. If you click on it, you get a page saying they don't need donations, and recommending you send some cash to apolitical charities such as animal shelters or the Salvation Army. At the Kirkpatrick site, clicking "Donate" would set you up to fund Kirkpatrick's enemies, before you even noticed the switch.
So: Yes, you found an anti-Republican site that squats the Republican's name for a URL and is slightly satirical in its presentation. Every important detail is completely different.
But: thanks for playing! Next time, put a little effort into your research!