Thursday, March 31, 2011

The Prosser Accident we're craning our necks to see.

Here are a few scary moments from Justice David Prosser's appearance on Upfront with Mike Gousha (goo-shay). Prosser ironically starts out by accusing voters of trying to influence upcoming case decisions, by electing a liberal activist justice, insane as that might sound from a former Republican assembly leader. He knows about JoAnne Kloppenburg because he's seen the people that support her on Facebook and in the crowds "marching" around the Capitol. Gulp!

Prosser apologizes for calling the Chief Justice a "total bitch," but like before, then blames the "continuing tensions on the court" for his bad behavior, which is "not his fault." Like that's supposed to convince voters Prosser would be a great guy to keep around...just to make things worse?

Amazing stuff.

But don't take my liberal word for it, read what his now former honorary co-chair thinks. They're now jumping ship...:

jsonline: Former Democratic Gov. Patrick J. Lucey resigned Thursday as honorary co-chair of State Supreme Court Justice David Prosser's re-election campaign and threw his support behind Prosser's opponent, JoAnne Kloppenburg, an assistant attorney general. 
Prosser has lost the "even-handed impartiality" that is an essential asset for any judge, Lucey said in a statement issued Thursday evening. 
Prosser also has displayed "a disturbing distemper and lack of civility that does not bode well for the high court in the face of demands that are sure to be placed on it in these times of great political and legal volatility." 
Kloppenburg, on the other hand, has adhered throughout her campaign to both even-handedness and non-partisanship, Lucey said.

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