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To: vetvetdoug
Sorry but Bingo, a soft drink and a pastry just won't do.

Presumably, you are not mentally handicapped. This scheme was targeted at mentally handicapped citizens and they were ushered into a room immediately after their "party" to vote absentee for their benefactor, Democrat Jim Doyle. It's disgraceful.

16 posted on 10/24/2002 10:14:09 AM PDT by afraidfortherepublic
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To: afraidfortherepublic
Its saddening that this story may go by the wayside for lack of honest reporting by Wisconsins' main media outlets. The Journal/Sentinel was defending Doyle in todays edition. The only voice we're hearing in Milwaukee is from the radio commentators. There is no other source for getting out the story. The urinal doesn't subscribe to a message board anymore. There is basically no outlet for informed voters to discuss the issues.

The bias of Wisconsins' print media has a lock on the information being distributed. It even defends, if not outright hides the facts from its readers. It's no wonder why this state has been overrun by clintonistas. It was an easy mark, and to think the President lost Wisconsins by only five thousand votes. Democrats can make that up in a few absentee ballot parties.
I'm sick of being screwed by criminals disguised as politicians.
http://www.jsonline.com/news/editorials/oct02/90078.asp

Here's the media spin, grab the air sick bags, you're gonna need them!

This ad is no indictment of Doyle. But it is an indictment of McCallum and his strategists, who apparently are so desperate that they're attempting to unfairly tar Doyle in the so-called pay to play scandal

The supposed pay to play has the democrat state senate leader facing ninety years behind bars. All democrats are felons.

Reasonable questions can be raised - in fact, this editorial page raised some of them - about Doyle's decision to direct proceeds from a multistate vitamin price-fixing settlement to groups and individuals who later donated to his campaign. But Doyle has denied that he did anything wrong, and authorities have chosen not to investigate.

Nothing wrong with selling influence for power, to democrats it isn't. Plus it wasn't investigated because all the state attorneys are not only democrats, but also under the direction of Wisconsins' state attorney general, doyle himself. The same state AG who doesn't see anything illegal about selling influence. It was the feds that charged that little weasel Chvala. Just freaking shoot me! My state will soon be in the hands of the mob, only this mafia goes by the name democrats.

17 posted on 10/24/2002 7:17:28 PM PDT by damncat
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