October 9, 2011

Herman Cain: Ask Mark Block about Jon Wilcox

This morning's Journal-Sentinel celebration of Republican operative Mark Block is notable for its omission of this historical tidbit:
Block was banned from politics for three years and fined $15,000 for his role in an illegal scheme in the campaign of Supreme Court Justice Jon Wilcox. He was the campaign manager. An "independent" group, the Wisconsin Coalition for Voter Participation (WCVP), raised $200,000 to mail 354,000 postcards and conduct a phone campaign disguised as a non-partisan get-out-the-vote effort. It was illegally coordinated with Wilcox's campaign and helped him defeat challenger Walt Kelly.
Wilcox was another of the court's so-called "conservatives" who, instead of getting banned from politics like his helpers, ascended to the bench.


CJ said...

How do elections like that stand?

illusory tenant said...

Probably something like, "He would have won anyway."

Anonymous said...

CJ has great question, but I would like to take it one step further as it relates to upcoming recall (which will likely go to supreme court?)

The DOJ knows that scotty walker admitted on a tape to conspiring to institute a violent "false flag" attempt against protesters.

You can google this yourself and find transcripts and/or actual copies of the audio where walker brags to a fake koch brother about considering committing serious crimes against the people of wisconsin.

He does say that they decided not to do it - BUT THAT IS NOT THE POINT!

The conspiracy is a serious crime and actually carries stiffer penalties than the crime would have (unless, of course, walker's "false flag" terrorism would have killed someone)

Wisconsin's governor has been given a "free pass" and has never had to answer any questions under oath to either clear his name or be held accountable for serious crimes against Wisconsin and our great Nation.

Please CALL John W. Vaudreuil at:

608) 264-5158

You will be told to write a letter - probably a good idea, but please also share that the public safety should not be dependent on a popular vote.

Please write a strong letter; I sent mine certified.

Please then call them back a couple of weeks later. Tell them you want to talk to someone about your letter.

They may just continue to take your name and promise call backs; they may ask you to write a letter - who knows (I will decline to give more details about my experience at this point in time)


Let's give scotty walker an opportunity to "clear the air" under oath (assuming he can).

I literally fear what will happen in the next few weeks.