Thursday, September 15, 2016

Walker finally says the right thing...about the wrong thing

Wisconsin Gov. and star of the Doe document dump Scott Walker was in high outrage this morning about the legal breach that produced the slew of documents' about dark money donors and other GOP-centered secret power moves on Walker's behalf which were leaked to The Guardian.

Someone needs to be held accountable, Walker said...

“Otherwise, what kind of system do we live in...?"
Which is exactly what the rest of us have been asking since the John Doe got suspended before properly-named and prosecutors were able to finish following the evidence because Wisconsin Supreme Court justices who shared major corporate donors with Walker shut the investigation down.

You know - - 'what kind of a system do we live in?'

I suspect that Richard Nixon said the same thing when The Pentagon Papers were released, missing the bigger picture which he confused with his own personal and smaller predicament. 

6 comments:

ChatoKennel said...

Gov. Snotty Wanker has ruined our beautiful state, our educational system, refused free federal money that would have helped more people acquire health insurance, refused transportation money that would have built a better infrastructure. He has lost jobs instead of bringing them here, and tried to allow his campaign contributors to mine a pristine wilderness area in the headwaters of this state that could have polluted the water used by natives in that area. He is allowing our bear and wolves to be harassed day and night by hounders, and my own pets are in danger when these disrespectful hounders let their hounds loose on private land to harass bear and wolves and worse my own fishing license and vehicle tag with a wolf on it money is going to pay these hounders $2,500 for their dead dogs that the hounders themselves put into harms way. He needs to go down in flames over this John Doe investigation, and not be let to get away with his dark money contributions. The man is a menace to society.

Anonymous said...

I was hoping our local newspapers would run the story about Harsdorf's role in the paint scandal. She is up for re-election here. Alas, so far, the local papers don't even mention her name in connection with this story. They focus instead on the fact that someone leaked.

Anonymous said...

I suggest you write a Letter to the Editor of your newspaper.

michael hirschfield said...

This man is evil and eventually the people who put him in office will find out when he drags them in the sewer with him

Anonymous said...

I think we all should write a letter to the Editor of the Journal Sentinel and copy every major newspaper in the state. Making sure national news covers this is important too because this low-life has hopes to run for president again.

Jake formerly of the LP said...

Anon- 10:40am I also agree that you should drop a letter to the editor to your local western Wisconsin paper on Harsdorf. I just wrote about her and Olsen and how unfit for office they are, and also remembered that they were 2 of the slimeballs on JFC that voted in 2015 to gut Open Records Law at Walker's behest. You can click here for that article, and feel free to use any of the info I have in there.

If you're not in a position to write something in public, tweeting or emailing reporters also can work, especially in a smaller community where they probably don't get a lot of contact with readers. Let the media know they're missing the boat and letting their "representatives" get away with corruption.