Monday, February 28, 2011

Legislation Introduced to Protect Governor Scott Walker

One week after a phone call between Governor Scott Walker and a David Koch imposter in which Governor Walker got caught revealing the truth behind his budget repair bill and the fact that "he thought" about planting trouble-makers into the protest to cause a disturbance, Republican Senator Mary Lazich and Rep. Mark Honadel began circulating a legislative bill (LRB 0756/1 and 0908/1) "to prohibit a person from causing a caller identification service to transmit misleading or inaccurate caller identification information, if the person acts with the intent to defraud, cause harm, or wrongfully obtain anything of value".

It is just plain ironic, but staff of Senator Lazich state it is legislation that has been in the making for several months and it is coincidental that it is introduced one week after the famous phone call recording of Governor Scott Walker revealing many things he did not want the public to know, that this legislation is introduced at this time.

Lets not forget, if the two legislators were at all concerned as to how it would look introducing this legislation, they could have delayed its introduction to some point in the future or scrapped the legislation altogether.

Instead, they chose to get it introduced with hopes to get it fast tracked for approval so they can provide some cover for Governor Scott Walker and the Legislative Majority, in the future.

Posted by Steven Williams
PEL Coordinator

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