Thursday, November 29, 2007

Where's Their Outrage Now?

McBride, Sykes and the rest of the right wing squawk brigade were more than willing to point out the sins of Supreme Court Justice Louis Butler. He failed to make timely notice that he took a campaign contribution from an attorney appearing before the court.

Somehow, all of them must have missed the news about today's proceedings with Annette "Gut Check" Ziegler hearing arguments that involve WMC, who donated $2 million to her campaign. And has Milwaukee Rising points out, the AG J.B. Van Hollen, who also benefited greatly from the WMC during his campaign, could have asked for her recusal, but willingly failed to do so.

If you wish to do more than the Attorney General, or any of the local right wing media, in promoting justice, please click on the link below and sign the petition asking Ziegler to do the right thing, for once, and recuse herself.

Thank you to One Wisconsin for organizing the petition drive.


  1. Reliably on time, the Sentinel weighs in with their equivalency story. In our continued effort to convert Jessica McBride and Charlie Sykes to Christianity, let us remind them of Scripture: "Why do you worry about the splinter in your brother's eye when you ignore the plank in your own?" But bravo, Sentinel, I was wondering how long it was going to take for the cat's paw of the Republican Party to weigh in on this issue to Butler's detriment.

  2. Is there any chance we could ask her to recuse herself from life? Just a thought.

  3. Now, now, kay, we must play nice, or the selective outrage police will get you.