Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Anti-Burke smear exposed breadth of right's attack machine

The Capital Times did a real public service Monday by outlining the extent of the right's well-financed legal, financial and propaganda apparatus in Wisconsin.

Liberals have allies and activist resources, but not on the same scale.


Betsey said...

At my polling place this morning, I ran into my neighbor, whose spouse works for Trek. I learned that not only was Gary Ellerman fired from Trek, he went to work immediately afterward for Trek's biggest competitor, Specialized, making his personal agenda even more obvious.

James Rowen said...

To quote my dad: "Dirty pool."

Anonymous said...

Did your friend mention if the allegations leveled on Mary Burke by Trek CEO Tom Albers were true?

Typographical Union family. said...

James Rowen: With all due respect to your Dad. His "Dirty Pool" is not our DIRTY POOL! Walker and his handlers have taken this to a whole new level.

Anonymous said...

Interesting that Tom Albers also went from working at Trek to working at Specialized in the 1990s.

The Journal Sentinel would have no way of knowing this however.


@ 11:35- How about Glen Beck? Has he ever denied the internet rumors?

James Rowen said...

To Typographical Union Family. Well, my Dad was a senior editor and columnist at The Washington Post throughout Watergate and saw him some dirty pool.