Sunday, August 21, 2011

In Broke Wisconsin, Plenty Of Loot For Partisan GOP Lawyers

I trust taxpayers fully grasp that the broke State of Wisconsin under the Walker/Fitzgerald 'budget-repair' regime has found $700,000 - - and growing - - to pay the lawyers to fight for partisan redistricting and other special interest costs, as the Journan Sentinel reports.


Jake formerly of the LP said...

Funny how that article was first reported in Madison last month, but doesn't come out in the Sykes Journal until after the recall elections.

I'm sure they were just being careful to have all the details lined up at the J-S and weren't intentionally sitting on the story to hurt Charles Sykes' and the MMAC's favorite candidates.

Paul Trotter said...

Once he starts spending millions on defending the CB bill ( which will be thrown back because of discriminatory application ) this will become a huge issue. Right now it appears he's on par with Doyle for the number of aeronautical stunts across Wisonsin.

Reagan's Disciple said...

Tossed back because of discriminatory application???

Are you arguing that a state public worker is now to be considered a protected class?