Letter: Wait for indictment, not poor job performance, to recall, he saysTO THE EDITOR: For what it’s worth, I never did sign the recall petition. Walker won.
By: Martin Gaslin, Ellsworth, Pierce County Herald
TO THE EDITOR: For what it’s worth, I never did sign the recall petition. Walker won.
Congratulations. I don’t believe in recalling for poor job performance. I thought we should wait for the indictment.
So many of his associates have cut deals for immunity from prosecution, it only makes sense that Walker won’t be far behind. Hanging out with people who would steal in the name of Veterans doesn’t make a person a thief, it just means that you hang out with people who would steal in the name of Veterans. He might be innocent.
At least the Democrats took control of the Senate. This may at least stop the sale of Wisconsin public hunting grounds. We can only hope this stops the Walker “rubber stamp” Senate of big business give-away of our sacred hunting ground.
To Mr. Thomson. I had no idea you were so enamored with my writing to quote me so extensively. I recently started quoting some folks in order to point out cognitive disconnect with reality, at least I did it in context. You chose to separate my quotes from contextual intent.
This is in direct violation of one of those 10 commandments you speak of, misleading is in fact a form of untruth. Personally, I admire your writing skills. I don’t believe I admire your writing skills as much as you do.
From you writing, I know you believe your God is the best. You recently ranted against Mormonism. I’ll be curious as you reconcile this belief in support of Romney as the anti-Obama.
Do you possess the only true interpretation of Jesus Christ and what do Catholics, Lutherans and Baptists think of your version? Just asking.
Perhaps the revolt you’re always asking for should be settled, at least in your mind.