May 27, 2008
And the beat goes on
Bill Clinton says there is a conspiracy. Democrats are engaged in a cover-up. They are not telling us about polls, secret ones, showing that (she) Hillary is winning in the general election against McCain and he (Barack) is losing. In fact Bill doesn't think Barack can win. Thanks, Bill. Sorry we had to interrupt your speaking tour for these primaries.
Who knew Bill and Hillary are fans of Rodney Dangerfield? "She gets no respect." According to president Clinton, the Obama people (unnamed) and the media (unnamed) "want Hillary to cry uncle." ("Aunt," perhaps?) Bill, the consummate bully, claims Barack is "pushing, pressuring and bullying" the Super-Doopers to bring this primary to a close. She may be ahead in some poll but he has won the nomination.
C'mon! "Cover up," "bullying," and "no respect?" Yikes.
Wisconsin: Grab your seat! The Government Accountability Board, meeting (I'm not making this up), in secrecy decided they can't investigate Judge Gableman's conduct beyond three years.
Senator Ellis, Republican, said the Legislature refused to follow his lead by giving the watchdog five years. And, reports JS, Ellis claims Governor Doyle froze him out of talks leading to the three-year statute of limitations. Doyle's spokesperson denied the claim.
All we know is Gableman cannot recall if he used state phones to raise money for Scott McCallum, who appointed him to the bench.
The charges are now before J.B. Van Hollen! Whoa Nelly!
J.B. is afraid of the GOP convention. Can you guess what he will do to Gableman?
Question. If gableman committed a felony, would our Court seat him? Are there any standards?
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