Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Chvala, (D-Convict)


Finally, the lowest form of life found in Madison admits he has no chance and cops a plea.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't get too excited, Scooter Jensen (R- Indicted Felon) is next.

steveegg said...

It was actually McCan't reverting to type and only keeping alive (barely) the witch-hunt against Jensen and company. The guilty pleas were for using a state worker for campaigns on state time and for an illegal donation scheme, while the extortion charges were tossed under the witch-hunt bus.

Dad29 said...

Anony: if Jensen broke the law, he should be convicted. I have no problem with that.

Chvala, however, was and remains a slimeball douchebag. Logrolling is strictly asswipe stuff.

Reif said...

...A slime ball douchebag who hangs out at the Wisconsin Union way too often ruining far too many of my Franciskaner sessions.

I was starting to get him confused with Keg when he got convicted. At least I'll get a six month break from him now when I go to do opposition research on the libs over on campus.

In all seriousness Mr. 29, don't you find this plea deal to be just a tad on the light side? I mean 19 down to two...how can McCann go after the Republicans with any sort of zeal after a plea like that?

RRfan said...

Congrats dad29 you seem to be more balanced than the average right wing zealot blogger. As for Jensen, there is no question that he is just as guilty as Chvala on the issue of using state employees on state time for campaign activities. Jensen just thinks the law should not apply to him or Chvala. That Jensen defense was Chvala's defense before Chvala plead guilty. All these guys have effectively delayed justice for some time. Jensen should just plead and get this over with.

Dad29 said...

rrfan: We'll test YOUR balance--I certainly hope that you think "pay-for-play" is far more serious than campaign-aides on the State payroll.

I can't really condone either, but I think the consequences of Chvala's criminal activity are far worse.

The problem is simple: the State's Government is viewed as a major source of funds for special interests; this leads directly to the partisanship evident not only in Wisconsin, but also in Congress.

Sure would like to hear "the public interest" tossed about a bit more.