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Up Against the Wall: Vote Dan Kelly for a Principled, Balanced Court

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Well, here we are again, another election. I swear, we don’t even get a break. The legislature needs to move the April elections to November. Saves money and gives the public a break in between elections.

Next week the voters of Wisconsin will determine who controls the supreme court – and for that reason, you all better get your friends and family to show up to vote.

If you’re an independents, here are a few thoughts. I’m a conservative primarily for a few simple reasons; first, less government; second, lower taxes; third, a strong national defense; and fourth, the rule of law. Everything else comes after that. Now if you want a supreme court that is manipulative and decides cases based upon who they want to win vs. what the law says, well then, vote for Janet – the accused spouse beater and alcoholic.

On the other hand, if you want someone who will decide cases based upon the law, with total disregard to his own personal opinions, then Dan Kelly is your man.

If you’re a liberal and you want diversity on the court, then you should vote your principles and vote for the male candidate, Dan Kelly. Did you know there are 7 supreme justices and only 1 male? I admit, some of the woman are bad asses; they’re tough and they don’t take prisoners! They’re awesome. (Too bad Hagedorn isn’t as tough.) With Dan Kelly on the court, we’ll have a balanced court, because no one knows where Hagedorn will come down on an issue; 3 vs. 3 with Hagedorn in the middle.

In contrast, if Janet P gets elected, you can count on her pushing her agenda at every opportunity, and Wisconsin will become just like corrupt Illinois and Michigan and also like crazy, corporate Minnesota. We’re surrounded by insanity; we don’t need it here.


T. Wall holds a degree from the UW in economics and an M.S. in real estate analysis and valuation and is a real estate developer. Disclaimer: The opinions of the writer are not necessarily those of this publication or the left!

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