Sad, because by and large, lawyers are honest folk.
Gov. Jim Doyle said Tuesday that he wasn't to blame for the closing of a bridge in the Zoo Interchange, saying the order of road projects in southeastern Wisconsin was decided before he became governor in 2003.
Donald Reinbold was the project director on the Marquette, started in 2004 and finished in 2008.
"The intent was to continue right on with the Zoo, and all that changed when Gov. Doyle was elected," Reinbold said. "The priorities changed."
Congestion, traffic volume, the importance to commerce and the deterioration of the aging bridges all made the Zoo Interchange work a priority, he said in a telephone interview. Nearly 345,000 vehicles pass through the busiest interchange in the state on an average day.A liar, a fraud, and a thief.
Other than that, Doyle's just another lawyer--whose father would disown him.
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