I'd written a few days ago about a post on a conservative that had attacked the DNR and whined about how Democrats were unfairly using departmental rules to make state policy in Madison.
The post was written in 2009 by Cathy Stepp - - who on Monday becomes our DNR-Secretary designee.
Her link is here - - and it's worth reading for the ironic depth of her anti-government rant and its Christine O'Donnell style - - "O'k, I went waaay wordier than I intended, but here's some language that was inserted into this BudgetPig that should scare everyone..."
So now Stepp will be runing the DNR - - for a partisan, Republican Gov. Scott Walker - - who has said he wants to strip rule-making authority from agencies like the DNR and arrogate it to himself.
You might say that's changing the rules to fit the players.
Now back to Stepp's blog posting and its conclusion - - eccentric diction, punctuation and capitalization quoted verbatim:
"Just another example of the democrats game plan: Change the Rules to Fit the Players.
Shout it with me, now:Shout it with me, now: HYPOCRISY, THY NAME IS DEMOCRAT."
HYPOCRISY, THY NAME IS STEPP.