Walker Calls For Special Prosecutor...
But not at the scandal-plagued Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, which he championed, got established, still chairs and earned this recent headline, story and lede at the WISN-TV 12 website:
No...our ego-driven Governor continues to play on the national stage by calling for firings and a special prosecutor to investigate the federal IRS tax-exemption issue.
Audit says WEDC broke state law
A blistering audit released Wednesday said Republican Gov. Scott Walker's premier job creation agency repeatedly broke state law in its first year of operation, failed to adequately track money it awarded for economic development projects and sometimes gave money to ineligible recipients.
Doesn't Walker see how neatly his criteria for a special prosecutor appointment and executive actions he has not taken at WEDC apply to his own state agency:
- Fire any and all employees responsible for this situation.
- Appoint a Special Prosecutor now to find out if laws were broken and if anyone committed crimes.
That headline was areal grabber - I was like? No way.
I'm so sick of teabaggers and gun nuts that I could scream. Instead I'll just keeping singing at the Solidarity Sing Along.
"Our rules don't apply to us," 21st Century GOP motto.
Even better is that Walker wants to spend $7 million in taxpayer money to hire more auditors to concentrate on....tax fraud. The joke just writes itself
Gov. 'Our-Own-Pillar-of-Virtue' Walker. Are you sure that wasn't an Onion headline?
Fooled me. I was pretty sure Walker wanted to get to the bottom of Jindal's CNSI contracting scandal.
Jindal likes to play the transparency card just like Scott Walker.
3. Come clean about Benghazi.
We are sick of you as well Bea.
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