graceland wrote:Ah yes, I must be an "insider" if I feel the need to defend John Gard. I am an underling. Brilliant.
Who I am or what I do is of no matter to this debate.
Thanks for confirming my guess
graceland wrote:As for political aspirations beyond the Speakership. I don't know, you don't know and to say you do (unless you are Rep. Gard) is utter garbage. We all have our hunches, but to say that everything he does is to run for higher office? Seems sour grapes to me.
graceland wrote:By the by, what is wrong with having goals? Why should everyone who shows some willingness to work and maybe move "up" the political ladder be put down on this forum?
Jay Did wrote:Both sides are guilty as charged. Any one who works in the capitol knows it's games and charades, and as long as the public fails to get involved, what motivation do any of these people have to do anything other than cater to those who fund them? We process the budget for the legislature and the gov, and guess what? Both sickly abuse the public's money. It doesn't matter which party you're talking about, or who's governor or speaker, they all (with one exception that I can think of) push the envelope with reimbursements and use of state resources. Gard was fun to watch bicker with Burke in Jt. Finance, but let's face it....these guys don't care about Joe Public and never will. However, you'd be hard pressed to find anyone that reaches leadership level in any elected office and is altruistic. It's the nature of the beast. : cry:
graceland wrote:Yup. Here is another example of the strong intelectual debate we can expect from the open-minded liberals of Dane County.
Nothing more than name calling and personal attacks.
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