This story appears to be growing legs, and has been noted by such notables as Kay, Michael Mathias, and the venerable Jay Bullock.
I also wanted to emphasize that Whallah! is not asking for Fischer to be fired, or even stifled. An apology for his boorish behavior would be nice, though.
Nor do I, not for one minute, accuse Fischer of using state equipment or blogging on state time. The incident that was referred to was January 3rd, and it is not uncommon for people to take those one or both of those holiday weeks off. I do not even think that the legislature was in session at that time. The second incident I referred to was January 19th, a Saturday. Besides, Ms. Kilkenny's open records request will clarify those issues.
But I have to agree with Michael, when he states:
And while it may be true that Fischer and Kowalski don’t care for one another’s views, it also appears that Kowalski is one of Lazich’s constituents. Regardless of the partisanship issues here, it is really in Lazich’s interests to have her aide engaged in a long-running online spat with a voter?
All the way around, it is still a poor showing by Fischer and his cohort. But it does make good fodder for Whallah!