Monday, April 26, 2010

Scot Ross, Desperate

This is a "news story"?

State Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen’s office had contacts with a GOP political consultant in Texas while deciding whether to seek a lawsuit to block the federal health-care law, records show.

On March 25, Van Hollen said he was seeking the authority to block the heath legislation’s implementation in Wisconsin because it was an unconstitutional overreach of power by the federal government.

Yah, OK.

Horrible, terrible, conspiratorial, stuff follows. Send the children out of the room. Make certain that any sensitive loved ones NEVER see this:

E-mails requested by the Journal Sentinel under the open records law show that on March 22, Van Hollen’s deputy, Ray Taffora, corresponded with a GOP political consultant in Texas about getting more information on the lawsuit from the office of another state attorney general.

Comparable to killing little lambs and eating them raw!!!!

Poor widdle Scot, desperately in need of a meme...

The e-mail records were requested separately by the liberal group One Wisconsin Now. Scot Ross, executive director of One Wisconsin Now, said that the records were a "smoking gun" that showed Van Hollen had partisan political reasons for seeking to block the Democratic health care law.

"Requested separately." Just co-incidence.

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