The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel publishes an op-ed piece by Rick Esenberg complaining about dishonest political advertising entitled, "Recall ads distort reality." Esenberg is a supporter and admirer of Mike Gableman, who ran a political advertisement so dishonest he violated two separate provisions of the Wisconsin code of judicial ethics.
Irony is dead, and shame has gone away, in Fitzvanwalkerstan.
Oh, and the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel also published an op-ed piece by Matt Seaholm, State director of the Koch vehicle Americans For Prosperity, who yesterday was revealed to have sent absentee ballot application forms to Democratic voters, instructing them to submit the paperwork two days after the election is held next week. And the MJS is reportedly considering setting up a paywall in 2012. Good luck with that.