July 3, 2008

A non sequitur of Epic proportions

Epic Systems, the big medical software company building a campus just outside of Verona proper, has laid down the law to its building contractor, J.P. Cullen & Sons.

Epic has told J.P. Cullen that if it wants to keep wetting its beak in a construction project expected to total a half-billion dollars before it is through, it will have to wear, like an Ed Gein mask, Epic’s politics.
And in offer of proof for this alleged corporate telling?

Nothing. (The link is to a dictionary of construction terms.)

Behold the balance of David Blaska's baseless drivel. Does he get paid to fabricate rubbish? Or does being a conservative in Madison confer special license to be that much more of an embarrassing dissembler?

Still waiting for somebody — anybody — to make the case for a causal connection between Epic's informal procurement protocol and J.P. Cullen's withdrawal from WMC with something other than pure speculation and unsupported inference ...

1 comment:

Michael Horne said...

Paul Snyder of The Daily Reporter did a story last week. Alas, I can't find it right now.