Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Terrorism Strikes Wisconsin - Governor, Attorney General Are AWOL

One of the many sad stories in Wisconsin came from the Fox Valley, where a Planned Parenthood clinic was damaged by a homemade bomb:
A Planned Parenthood clinic in Wisconsin remained closed Monday after a homemade bomb was placed outside the building, the state organization said.

The explosive device was found around 7:40 p.m. Sunday at the Appleton North Health Center and had caused a small fire by the time Grand Chute fire officials arrived, Teri Huyck, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, said in a statement.

No patients or staff members were at the health care center at the time, Huyck said, and no injuries were reported. The clinic remained closed Monday as a precaution, but the organization says it will reopen Tuesday.
Fortunately, no one was hurt in this act of domestic terrorism.

But what is disconcerting is that our so-called leaders are mute about it.

Jud Lounsbury points out how Scott Walker has been silent about this attack in his own state.

I don't know why Walker would be mum about this. Maybe he was visiting his friend David in Cali, doing some grilling and loading up on "legal cooperation fund" donations.

But just as, if not even more alarming, is the silence from Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen. I was sure Van Hollen would have sprung to action, seeing how he was the one that warned us about the terrorists in Wisconsin.

With elected officials like these, who needs more bad guys?


  1. Van Hollen is clearly soft of terrorism as well as a little soft-in-the-head. Has there ever been a more stupid and outright incompetent Attorney General?

    I think Governor Bald-Spot is afraid that when the FBI arrests the bomber they will find a "Stand by Walker" yard sign decorating his lawn, as in the case of the "Obituary Burglar".

  2. Maybe Walker was busy with other things.


    1. I did all the checking I could and it's all coming up blank. The other thing that makes me wonder is that narrative makes it seem that Walker was alone. Walker wouldn't be alone. He'd have his bevy of lawyers and half a platoon of state troopers with him.

    2. That's why I used maybe.
      No security or lawyers just seemed strange.

      Possible test run?

    3. Or mistaken identity? I don't think the feds will do anything until have the county investigation has run its full course.

    4. Test run by Walker. Can he travel without the entourage.

      Hit publish and antispam as guiltyf and something else!

  3. 10:57, great catch.

    Bradley Foundation has turned into "surrender monkeys."