Letter: Leave Wisconsin workers’ problems to Wisconsin workers, he saysTO THE EDITOR: In response to Ms. Krause’s latest expected spin efforts on mishaps at the Trenton polling station, where she served as the circus ring leader.
By: Travis Johnson, Hager City, Pierce County Herald
TO THE EDITOR: In response to Ms. Krause’s latest expected spin efforts on mishaps at the Trenton polling station, where she served as the circus ring leader.
What state guidelines prohibit residents from gathering signatures within 100 feet of buildings? A simple call to Madison answered that, Ms. Krause, there are none.
Do you go around grocery stores, street corners and tell those people collecting signatures the same as well? I doubt it. Yelling “go Walker” and tapping persons on the shoulder, including me, that I am breaking the law actually did happen and I highly doubt that if a democrat was being recalled, you would be there with your visible misspelled tea party signs warning people that these two impostors are not from Trenton Township.
Give it a rest, Ms. Krause—seriously, when were you elected county special investigator? The two students you harassed also claimed you were giving them trouble most of the day, but it’s easier to label them as deadbeats who dabbled in drugs, right? I’m surprised you didn’t ask them for their birth certificate. Your visible signs and slogans could be enough to persuade any resident not to sign the petition, but you have no party affiliation, right? A simple call to the police that night restored order to allow those students to continue their job where they were, not 100 feet from the building.
For someone who works for Goodhue County and does not pay union dues in
Wisconsin like yourself, Ms. Krause, I would leave Wisconsin workers’ problems to Wisconsin workers. Recall Harsdorf now.