Wednesday, November 10, 2010

McIlheran Explained

The other day, Jesse Russell, writing for dane101, took Patrick McIlheran to task for telling fibs about Talgo's future and how it hinged on whether high speed rail would come to Wisconsin.

He ended his diatribe with this paragraph (emphasis mine):
It would be unfortunate if Walker breaks his number one campaign promise and fails or reverses his decision to stop the train, but somehow I don't think Walker needs to worry about making an excuse if he does. After all, McIlheran will likely figure out a way to justify it on behalf of the Governor-elect.
Russell absolutely nails it, since McIlheran is kind enough to be such a predictable apologist for Walker's foolishness.

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