Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Yoo Hoo! Erwin! Huebsch! You Got Some Explaining To Do!

On September 12, Representative Chris Taylor sent a missive to Commandant Erwin and Secretary of Maladministration Michael Huebsch asking for some dialogue on the latest outbreak of brownshirted and particularly cowardly fascism going on in the People's House.

On September 20, she had to second a second missive since the miscreants wouldn't respond.

Finally, On September 21, Huebsch responded with a letter denying getting the first missive and trying to make their irrational behaviors seem rational.

Today, Rep. Taylor was joined by a few friends in her response, calling Huebsch out on his lie (they did get the first communication) and confronting him on his dancing around the issues.

Read, enjoy, and then contact Sec. Huebsch and tell him as the People's Servant, he is obliged to respond quickly and honestly.

Huebsch's number is 608-266-1741 and his email is Mike.Huebsch@wisconsin.gov.

Tell them capper sent ya.


  1. Chris Taylor has been a true leader in the assembly and I have been very impressed with her.

  2. Thank you capper for the gentle prod. Here's my email I sent him.

    Mr. Huebsch,

    A fitting subject to an email, if I may say so myself. You see, servitude, as defined in Webster's Dictionary means:
    1. a condition in which one lacks liberty especially to determine one's course of action or way of life.
    2. a right by which something (as a piece of land) owned by one person is subject to a specified use or enjoyment by another.

    What I find disturbing is that you seem to have confused the fact that you are a servant of the people, with servitude towards one individual person. The capitol is the people's house, and yet you treat it like a personal possession of Scott Walker's. You refuse to respond to Rep. Chris Taylor's inquiries and timely manner, and even choose to lie about the receipt of any communication.

    You sir, are one of the lowest forms of public servant, whom I find vile and repugnant. You have forgotten not only who pays your salary, but whom also you are to serve. I await the day when you are swaddled in orange jumpsuit material along side your master, and wonder why you made such unwise decisions. You are a disgrace to the title of "public employee", and lack of service to the people of this state over the servitude of your master is sickening.

    Mike Voissem