Friday, April 01, 2011

Pat Lucey at 93

From the Green Bay Press

MILWAUKEE — Former Democratic Gov. Patrick Lucey is withdrawing his support for Justice David Prosser for Supreme Court and is throwing it to Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg.

Lucey released a statement to the media Thursday evening saying the campaign has revealed what he called "a disturbing distemper and lack of civility" in Prosser, though he did not cite specifics.

So the Thursday before the election Lucey all of a sudden changes his mind. Why did he first support Prosser and who told him to switch now? And what does he mean by "a disturbing distemper and lack of civility" in Prosser? Maybe Lucey should watch this video

So did his union nurse tell him something else? Did Lucey really say that? With what the left has done so far, I don't think Lucey did what he really wanted to do. A shame the left will do anything. Even to a 93 year old former governor.  

4:30 pm. Here's an update from Media Trackers A quote from Lucey. Oh boy. 

After resigning, the 93-year-old Lucey said of Kloppenburg that she “has adhered throughout the campaign to even-handedness and non-partisanship and has exhibited both promising judicial temperament and good grace even in the heat of a fierce campaign.”


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