March 12, 2010

Justice Prosser is first to court Tea Party vote

While Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Randy Koschnick "is contemplating running again in the spring 2011 election" (according to United States District Judge Barbara Crabb), Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser, that spring 2011 incumbent, will break biscuits with the Americans For Prosperi-Tea crowd in Wisconsin Dells tomorrow. Other AFP luminaries include Joe the Plumber and special journalistic honoree, the local calumnist Patrick McIlheran.


Free Lunch said...

I had no idea that Justice Prosser was that delusional.

illusory tenant said...

"Conservative state Supreme Court Justices Michael Gableman and David Prosser, a former GOP state lawmaker, also attended.

"Prosser, who's up for re-election next year, said the judiciary is under attack in the state from outside influences 'spearheaded by ideologues who like activist judges who legislate from the bench.'

"Referring to the two most recent state Supreme Court contests, which were won by Gableman and another conservative, Annette Ziegler, Prosser said those interests 'are attempting to nullify two recent (Supreme Court) elections by harassing, defaming and intimidating the winners and trying to force their withdrawal from key cases.'

"Further, he said, 'They’re attempting to gum up future elections with requirements and restrictions that will make it impossible for a candidate to control his or her own campaign.'"