Former Walker appointee given 2 years in prison for stealing $51K from Wis. veterans' groups

  • Article by: DINESH RAMDE , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 7, 2012 - 1:25 PM
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dogmanDec. 7, 12 1:16 PM

I guess in this case, the ugliness of the Walker administration is more than skin deep. Rotten to the core.

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vlombardyDec. 8, 12 6:53 AM

Walker claims to have no knowledge of any wrong doing. If true, he's unfit to govern. If untrue, well, he's a liar, and unfit to govern.

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drfranktDec. 8, 12 3:16 PM

vlombardy:"Walker claims to have no knowledge of any wrong doing. If true, he's unfit to govern. If untrue, well, he's a liar, and unfit to govern."...So, using this line of logic, obama claimed to have no knowledge of Ill. Gov. Blogo's wrongdoings which ended up in a long prison term. If true, the community organizer is unfit to govern and if untrue, he's a liar and is ...unfit to govern.

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vlombardyDec. 9, 12 9:37 AM

No strong objection here to throwing any politician out who's a crook. But the peripheral ties between Blago and Obama pale in comparison to Walker's staffers spending charitable donations on themselves; or his staffers spending public time on his campaigns--another misallocation of funds.

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drfranktDec. 9, 1210:16 AM

Peripheral ties or not, if obama had any knowledge and hid it, he's unfit to govern. As for whether or not it "pales" in comparison, one is a staffer that stole donations, and one was a governor attempting "sell" a senator's seat to support himself and the president elect's agenda. Which pales in comparison???

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