Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Dissing The Umpires

Notice that in this press release Darrin Schmitz never says, "Mike Gableman did not lie." Schmitz never says, "Gabelman's ad was true." Schmitz can't even work up a defense of, "We believed it was true when we said it."

The best Schmitz has got to defend the indefensble is, "The judges are biased and won't let us say whatever we want to say."

What brought all this on?
The state Judicial Commission levied charges today against state Supreme
Court Justice Michael Gableman, alleging he knowingly misrepresented facts in a
campaign ad that helped elect him in April.
If only we'd had some kind of inkling Gabelman was less than honest in his ads. If only someone had spoken out.

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