Saturday, May 26, 2012

Why Won't Walker Deny He Signed Kohl, Feingold Recall Petitions?

His indirect, non-denial denial through a spokeswoman tells you all you need to know.


Waukesha Resident said...

In 2002, Scott answered the call to lead the reform movement after the pension scandal in Milwaukee " "County was uncovered. He was the first person to rise and commit to challenging former County Executive Tom Ament when Ament attempted to legally challenge the recall petition signatures against him.

Within a month, more than 150,000 people signed recall petitions demanding their government back. Scott felt that a leader needed to emerge to lead the movement. He was inspired by the hope of the people involved in the recall effort that they could change the government – for the better. " WALKER WEBSITE

Ex Republican said...

He can't recall doing so..

Jake formerly of the LP said...

Scotty forgets a lot of things, doesn't he? Is he like Tom Hanks' character on the SNL "Mr. Short-Term Memory" skit?