Thursday, March 31, 2011

Sumi Takes a "Do-Over"

Well, she enjoined the wrong person(s), didn't bother with SCOWI precedent, ignored the Assembly's and Senate's clearly-written rules of procedure, and has flat-out interfered in the legislative process--which interference used to be only the provenance of Kings and dictators.

So what next?


Dane County Judge Maryann Sumi signed a revised temporary restraining order this morning declaring the legislation changing collective bargaining powers for public employees has not been published and is not in effect.

Sumi's order, sent to the media this morning by the Dane County DA's office, comes on the heels of statements by the Department of Justice and DOA Secretary Mike Huebsch that the effect of her earlier restraining order was unclear and that the changes were still law.

Gee. I'd like a do-over too, Judge Judy, for that 18-over ticket. Can I just go back to the Beltline and drive it again?


Sumi said...

Sumi, Sumi,
Puddin' and pie,
Kiss my ass,
Or I'll make you cry.

Sumi, Sumi,
Judicial dog witch,
I want my way,
'Cuz I'm a bitch.

Sue me Sumi,
'Cuz I do what I want,
Whether the law allows.
I am one f*cking c*nt!

neomom said...

You mean there is gambling at Rick's?

kangaroo court....

Anonymous said...

There's nothing better than denial by conservatives!

Atlanta Roofing said...

From what I have heard she has no jurisdiction to do this in the first place. I am beginning to think Walker is a wimp. The democrats are pretty good at sizing up a person. If they think you are weak, they come at you with a barrels blazing.