Friday, October 25, 2013

Access Blocked To Bogus Walker Ad About Barrett's Extreme Environmentalism

When Walker made the claim in an ad, few could have imagined its level of diversion and falsehood, given that, as Governor, Walker and his legislative allies have, or are trying to deregulate wetlands, groundwater protections, open-pit mining, frac sand mining, shoreline and riverbank protections - - and has put industry insiders at the helm of the DNR where polluters get their wrists slapped.

Want to see that Walker ad now?

You can't: access blocked.

Once it was good enough to air in a campaign.

Now, apparently not.

What does that tell you? To me it cries...

'National campaign clean up!'


Anonymous said...

Thanks for finding something that actually means something to most of us here in Wisconsin.

Wolf hunting is not something I endorse, but it is hardly the biggest "divide and conquer" happening and proclaimations that some Native Tribe sees any given animal is not really meaningful at this blog.

Now if the Native American tribes were actually part of the story and were taking that stand -- that would be different than you just proclaiming that's why I should read you rant about it.

Anonymous said...

Dude -- I know you probably aren't the biggest tech guy in the world, but access is not blocked -- its now set to PRIVATE (meaning walker lackeys with the right credentials can get it)

James Rowen said...

Dude - - I know you probably aren't the biggest grammarian in the world, but "blocked" is perfectly correct. I didn't say "taken down. I said 'access blocked," which is accurate:
block bläk/
past tense: blocked; past participle: blocked
make the movement or flow in (a passage, pipe, road, etc.) difficult or impossible.

Anonymous said...

Point JR !!

Betsey said...

@ Anonoymous October 25, 2013 at 6:58 PM:

You aren't the determinant of what is meaningful on this blog any more than you've got any cred regarding what is meaningful, important or being said by the native Tribes. The wolf slaughter is an emotional issue for many Wisconsinites, natives included. Not just the legalization of this slaughter itself, but the inhumane and grisly manner in which it's being conducted.

Even IF James's blog was irrelevant outside of this readership (which it most certainly is NOT) it's acutely relevant herein, where you have stupidly wandered. Out with you!