Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Fischer's Next Job: Public Relations Specialist

The other day, Fischer puts up a post blasting away at anonymous commenters on the Internet. While the example he used does indeed show how mean people can be, one cannot help but wonder what his true intentions were when he wrote this.

In the comments thread of this post, we see a Mr. Zippy, who rightfully points out that some of the forefathers of this great country of ours wrote the Federalist Papers under the alias of Publius.

Fischer then does the only thing he apparently knows. He resorts to whining and name-calling. He bemoans how "mean" people have been to him. He seems to have forgotten that the reason he even came to our attention was because he was being a bully to a young blogger, and was doing this same sort of name-calling that he is complaining about, and then some. His attacks were of a personal nature. His misbehaviors are so egregious that he has even been called on it in Milwaukee Magazine, not just once, but twice.

Because of his boorish behaviors, he came under more and more scrutiny. Since then, we have found out that he is ethically-challenged and has bilked tax payers of their hard earned money.

But the real irony is in his complaints of people choosing to be anonymous, or using a pseudonym, like our founding fathers used the moniker of Publius. Many people have written about the right to remain anonymous and/or to use a pseudonym. Greater minds and writers, from the left's Jay Bullock to the right's Owen Robinson to a Great King have all written in support of this constitutional right. Needless to say, all of these people are better writers and deeper thinkers than Fischer could hope to be, which might explain his anger, his bitterness, and his petulance.

This is all just leading up to his hypocrisy on the issue, since his boss, state Senator Mary Lazich, has already told us that he does her writing for her blog. This means, dear reader, that he too writes under a pseudonym. Yet he complains about others who choose to do so.

But despite his misogynist tendencies, his ethical lapses, his megalomania, and his churlish and childish name-calling, Fischer does have one redeeming quality. He reads Whallah! You see, when he complains about having his writing skills unfavorably compared to those of a fetid mouse turd, it came from this here post.


  1. did you notice how professional his rant was. lazich must be sooo proud.

  2. Did you know adultery is a felony in Wisconsin?
    by Cindy Kilkenny -- April 30, 2008 at 9:19 am · 8 Comments
    This grew out of comments from a posting on an Elmbrook principal possibly vacationing with his new “love interest.” Is it wrong to be concerned over a principal’s adultery?

    Well, Wisconsin law thinks there’s room for concern. Statute 944.16 says:

    944.16 Adultery. Whoever does either of the following is guilty of a Class I felony:
    (1) A married person who has sexual intercourse with a person not the married person’s spouse; or
    (2) A person who has sexual intercourse with a person who is married to another.

    It looks like a fine of up to $10,000 or jail time or both could be sentenced.

    In contrast, it takes the FIFTH drunken driving offense before OWI is prosecuted as a felony. (Unless the OWI is combined with killing someone.)

    By the way, a felony conviction for adultery would wipe out the City of Brookfield’s Mayor and parts of my neighborhood. Something to consider, huh?