Wednesday, February 8, 2012

JT Gets Spoon Fed By Vos...Without Question...Again

“I signed the agreement under the assumption that there may be court cases and attorney-client privilege may be needed.”
Robin Vos

Question: Hey asshole, who's the client? 
Answer: The people are the client you arrogant puke. 

One can imagine Van Wanggaard's eventual statement will be a carbon copy of Vos' ridiculous statement.

Here's the thing: ELECTED OFFICIALS DON'T GET TO SIGN NON-DISCLOSURE STATEMENTS TO KEEP LEGISLATION PLANS A SECRET FROM THE PEOPLE. 

Not only was this secret contract an attempt to prevent having to testify about redistricting legislation plans, it attempted to cover up the lies between what they were doing and what they were telling the public, the press and Democratic legislators.

This is called obstruction of justice. 

This morning's JT reported it as an odd little story mostly cribbed from the AP, reprinting Vos' bullshit statement totally ignoring Peter Barca's explosive press release:
"Today’s news that Republican lawyers took this oath with their attorneys - who have cost the taxpayers at least $400,000 - not to talk to the public paying those bills raises questions about which is more important: secret oaths meant to preserve their power or the public oath of office we all take as lawmakers to serve our constituents and our Wisconsin Constitution."
One day the Journal Times will decide to stop being spoon fed by the likes of Vos and Wanggaard...and pigs will fly out of the Siren's ass.