Thursday, July 29, 2010

Does This Mean The County Will Sue Them Soon?

mkepolitics, the creation of and is reporting that Rick Graber is taking a new job:
Former state GOP Chair RICK GRABER has left the Milwaukee office of Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren as he prepares to take a job with Honeywell in Brussels. Graber rejoined the law firm last year after a stint as the U.S. ambassador to the Czech Republic. GraberHe said he'll be responsible for government relations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa for Honeywell. Graber begins the expected three-year job with Honeywell in early August, but won't move to Brussels until October.
The question now is will Scott Walker be finally willing to let the county pursue the long overdue lawsuit against Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren for their role in the pension scandal, giving Milwaukee County tax payers some much needed relief, or does he still owe for the political favors he's been getting from Graber?


  1. Ummm, not to do simple math for you but Graber was an Ambassador prior to January, 2009, thus if his presence was somehow related to the county filing a lawsuit your point, like most that you attempt to make, well, is pointless.

  2. Walker made his decision not to sue before Graber was made Ambassador. Sorry to put facts in your way like that.