Sunday, August 24, 2014

Rereading Scott Walker's Long Lost Ethics Plan

You can read all about it, here - - and may I suggest heading on over to his early campaign website and copy what's there before it, too, gets scrubbed or Error Message 404'd  - - but I'll pull out my favorite lines just in case:
Citing government ethics as one of the greatest challenges to Wisconsin's democracy, Milwaukee County Executive and Candidate for Governor Scott Walker today released his comprehensive ethics reform plan. Walker's plan calls for a major overhaul of Wisconsin's failing system to restore integrity to our state's government...
"My plan seeks to restore the public trust, and instill the confidence that our elected leaders are working for the people," Walker added.


Pops said...

No problem here, it just depends on your definition of "the people". He was talking about "the (corporate) people"

nonheroicvet said...

The bad news is that we were sold out so cheap.

The good news is that now we know the price, all we need to do is come up with - say - $750,000 and they will change the law back again. Ya think??