Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Of course, the Wisconsin Supreme Court is decidedly not “government.” How could anyone think that the highest court would be part of “government?” I mean, their pay comes from the private sector, right? The justices aren’t really “government employees”, are they?
Apparently, the idiots and slimers who put together the latest anti-Kloppenburg radio ad think calling someone a “GOVERNMENT LAWYER” is just about the filthiest insult you can say on the radio and still get away with it.
Before the anti-Kloppenburg ad suggests that we reject her because she’s a GOVERNMENT LAWYER, it points out that she has NEVER HAD EXPERIENCE AS A JUDGE; NOT ONE DAY. And, her opponent, Justice Prosser, was appointed to the State Supreme Court with HOW much experience as a judge?
Yup. Not one day.
The ad goes on to tell us how this low-life GOVERNMENT LAWYER (an Assistant Attorney General) spent her days in court suing farmers and small business people, exactly the kind of people we need to CREATE JOBS in Cheesetopia.
Yes, the ad-creators (and sponsors) want us to think that this slimy GOVERNMENT LAWYER spent her days targeting farmers and small businesses, and suing them of her own accord.
Ads like these, as I’ve said so many times, are designed to suppress the vote. And they work. Usually.
It just could be that this time, Joanne Kloppenburg and the voters of Wisconsin might have a surprise up their sleeve.
Posted by Tim Morrissey at 1:41 PM