February 14, 2012
Playing with matches
A three-judge federal court slapped Michael, Best and Eric McLeod hard for filing frivolous motions to stall handing over confidential documents in discovery to Democrats focused on redistricting. Despite the order of the court, the GOP, as reported in today's MJS, is trying to keep 84 emails confidential on the specious grounds that they are covered by the attorney-client privilege. C'mon!
It seems as though the GOP is way off track. We were taught as kids that kids who play with matches get burned. I predict that Michael Best & Friedrich will get burned again and soon.
Meanwhile, we have had a very positive response from you on our plan to urge opponents of Walker to put down the tin cup and refuse big money from unions, corporations and Super PACs. Instead, we will focus on getting out the vote, forums and debates.
One amendment that you seemed to approve is to collect money from the canvassers to promote a grassroots get-out-the-vote campaign. Our goal will be set at approximately a million dollars for GOTV. The rest would purchase TV and radio spots to explain to the voters that we are engaged in war with the big money boys.
Keep your emails flying!
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What are Walker and the Fitzgeralds trying to hide? We already know they are dishonest and scheming. We have seen how they cheat to win elections. We know they are disenfranchising voters with their silly photo ID nonsense. Are they hiding still more?
-Pietr Haikuu | Hurley, WI. | February 14, 2012
If the Emails were part of the work done on the state dime, the Emails belong to the people of Wisconsin. Post them on the internet.
-Dole O'Mite | Waukesha County | February 14, 2012