Monday, May 23, 2011

Some People Can't Take "No" for an Answer

This just in:

The Wisconsin State Supreme Court election recount
has been completed over the weekend, and predictably
incumbent Justice David Prosser was declared the
winner. His margin of victory was just over 7,000
votes, just like after the first statewide tally. So what
does thwarted challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg do?
She does what any dedicated far left-winger does
when the people deny them their wishes; she goes
to court!

The selfishly stubborn Kloppenburg just won't take "no"
for an answer. But there is a second factor in her motiva-
tion behind her actions: she and her supporters want to
tie up Justice Prosser's officially returning to the Badger
state's top court as a thumb in the eye to both Prosser and
the voters, as well as to cost the latter still more of their
tax dollars for the court challenge to an election result
which was arrived at in a fair and square manner. They
also want to stop the top court from ruling in favor of
the state constitutionality of Gov. Scott Walker's budget
plan and the curbing of state employee union power to
ramrod further huge increases in compensation down
the throats of an already over-taxed, recession-ravaged,
far too much put-upon populace.

My avid readers, your favorite Peasant cannot add any
comment to describe this situation forced upon Wiscon-
sinites by this self-important, elitist harridan which has
not already been made by other observers; her actions
speak for themselves --- and for her. All I can offer is
some advice for the defeated candidate: YOU LOST!

For this is what democracy looks like!

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