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  •  Now if only Walker would bite the dust (6+ / 0-)

    I would be happy.

    I am thrilled that the voter ID law isn't going anywhere so far.  But with the current balance of power on the Supreme Court of Wisconsin I am not sure if it will hold up.

    I wish there was some movement on the John Doe investigation.  The sooner Walker is arrested the sooner Wisconsin can start getting back to normal.

    •  April election (6+ / 0-)

      Believe it or not, it never seems to end here, in April there will be another state Supreme Court race.  Pat Roggensack, part of the 4-3 majority, and a big backer of choker Prosser is up for another 10 year term.  She won her last election by 20,000 votes out of 800,000 cast.  Very important to get a good candidate to run against her.

    •  Tim Russell's day in court has been bumped to (0+ / 0-)

      September:

      The trial for Russell (looongtime Walker insider ~ JV), who faces charges of embezzling more than $20,000 from a veterans group that helped with an annual picnic for veterans that Walker had hosted, is now set to begin in September, Circuit Judge David Hansher announced Monday. The trial had been scheduled for this month (June ~ JV).
      That works for us b/c John Doe investigation just pushed back the trial date for another Walker Weasel (Darlene Wink) so that they can continue to pressure her for the goods on Russell et al:
      Tuesday, July 17, 2012 --- 2:02 p.m.
      MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Sentencing has been postponed for a second time for an aide to Gov. Scott Walker when he was Milwaukee County executive.

      Sixty-one-year-old Darlene J. Wink pleaded guilty in February to two misdemeanor charges (political campaigning on county time/dime ~ JV). She was to be sentenced Tuesday, but the judge once again granted a prosecutor's request to push the sentencing back, this time until Nov. 21.
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      As part of Wink's plea deal, she agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in ongoing investigations of other associates close to now-Gov. Walker. Assistant district attorney Bruce Landgraf told the judge two investigations are still in progress.
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      When Weasel Wink gives up Weasel Russell who gives up Weasel Walker have some bubbly in the fridge cuz it will only be a matter of time   : D

      I've got a bottle of wonderfully dry Veuve Clicquot that didn't get opened on June 5th (recall elections); Walker's indictments will do juuuuust fiiiiine.

      The GOP says you have to have an ID to vote, but $ Millionaire donors should remain anonymous?

      by JVolvo on Wed Jul 18, 2012 at 12:06:00 PM PDT

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