It was only a matter of time before our friend Owen Robinson tried to initiate a witch hunt against one of the few non-insane members of our local school board. Apparently Owen believes that people who hold public office should not be allowed to exercise their rights as citizens. I guess this is another illustration of the common sense to be found among the true believers in our local Common Sense Citizens, (Inc.) Americans for Prosperity brigade and branch office. I noticed that 9 state judges signed the recall petitions, but clearly Owen is a better judge of the rights of American citizens than they are... or than you are, gentle reader.
What's most remarkable is that most of the school board members did NOT sign the recall petition since their civic responsibility is to improve public education and Mr. Walker, more than any governor in history, has stood solidly against improving public education.
Boots and Sabers is no longer just a name, it's now becoming the expression of Owen's real sense of political theory.
Democracy, no. Boots and Sabers, yes.
Boots and Sabers - The blogging will continue until morale improves...
SHEBOYGAN — A newspaper analysis finds that 29 judges from 15 Wisconsin counties were among those who signed petitions to recall Gov. Scott Walker.
An analysis by Gannett Wisconsin Media found that about 12 percent of the state's approximately 250 county-level judges signed the petition.
The Sheboygan Press reports Sunday that the judges who agreed to be interviewed say their decisions were constitutionally protected, and are not banned by the Wisconsin Code of Judicial Conduct.