September 24, 2011

There are two kinds of people in this world

C'Mon 'N Ride It (The Train)

Of Scott Walker spokesman Cullen Werwie, railroad lobbyist Ken Lucht, and local Republican Party functionary Roseann Dieck:
"Normally, the two kinds of people they're going to call for a John Doe investigation are, one, somebody they think is implicated and may testify under immunity, or, two, somebody that they're not really certain is implicated but might have information. It's kind of like, ‘If you didn't do anything wrong, why do you need immunity?' It may not be like that, but it sure looks like that."
The three were granted immunity in exchange for something.

By the way, where is erstwhile Walker dissembler Jill Bader in all of this?*

* eta: "Safe and sound in Iceland," apparently.


gnarlytrombone said...

Buried lede of the month, IMO:

"The source said part of the John Doe has included looking at emails Wink sent county GOP contacts about various fundraisers."

Full disclosure: I too have succumbed to the temptation to pursue other activities on work time.

illusory tenant said...

Yeah but there probably wasn't a felony charge attached to it.

gnarlytrombone said...

Capper's original sin has been transmitted to us all and enfeebles freedom of will in our daily struggles with lower appetites.

illusory tenant said...

Follow the logic.

gnarlytrombone said...

Consultant currently serving as Senior Public Policy & Communications Advisor @ Girl Scouts of the USA.

Heh heh. I guess "get thee to a nunnery" would be asking too much.