Friday, March 11, 2011

Scott Walker Appointed State Trooper Superintendent With Intent To Detain Democrats?

Here are some interesting facts - the Superintendent of the Wisconsin State Patrol is Stephen Fitzgerald, father of Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald and Assembly Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald.

Stephen Fitzgerald took office on February 14th, 2011 - the same day Walker introduced his controversial anti-labor bill.

Three days later, on February 17th, Fitzgerald's son, Scott, and Governor Scott Walker called for the state troopers to hunt down the missing Democrats.

To me it sounds as if Walker planned on using the state troopers to stop Democrats dead in their tracks and force the legislation through, but unfortunately the Democrats skipped town to fast.

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