The Wisconsin Issue

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Giambattista, Feb 20, 2011.

  1. Buffalo Roam Registered Senior Member

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    joe, She doesn't have any jurisdiction over the State Assembly.

    Wisconsin Code 813,

    813.025 Ex parte restraining orders. (1) No circuit or
    supplemental court commissioner may issue any injunction or
    order suspending or restraining the enforcement or execution of
    any statute of the state or of any order of an administrative officer,
    board, department, commission or other state agency purporting
    to be made pursuant to the statutes of the state. If so issued, the
    injunction or order shall be void.​


    (2) The application for such an injunction or restraining order
    made to a court shall not be heard except upon notice to the attorney
    general and to such other persons as may be defendants in the
    action; but if the court is of the opinion that irreparable loss or
    damage will result to the applicant unless a temporary restraining
    order is granted, the court may grant such temporary restraining
    order at any time before such hearing and determination of the
    application for an interlocutory injunction. However, such temporary
    restraining order shall be effective only for 5 days unless
    extended after notice and hearing thereon, or upon written consent
    of the parties or their attorneys, and in no event shall such temporary
    restraining order remain in force beyond the time of the determination
    of the application for an interlocutory injunction.
    History: Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis.​
     
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  3. joepistole Deacon Blues Valued Senior Member

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    Here is the problem with your arguement mr. roam. The court here is enforcing existing state statute, the open meetings law. It is not trying to void state law but rather to enforce state law. The Wisconsin senate has violated state law mr. roam.

    Much to your chagrin, Republicans are not immune from the law. They too must follow the law...at least for now.
     
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  5. pjdude1219 The biscuit has risen Valued Senior Member

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    yeah actually she is. just because you don't know what the hell your atalking about doesn't mean she isn't doing her job.

    yes and their is a suit being brought against the law based on those very things. which is why she issued a temprary retraining order until the suit is completed.

    unless of course your a republican than you can and you'd support it to the max.

    more lies and half truths. yes they lost because of corporate power and foriegners influencing are election but they are acting as a minority party should. stepping up when they feel the actions of the majoity party are egregious.

    actually to my knowledge they never voted.

    almost nothing you say is fact.



    No I'll call you a child and tell you the grow the fuck up as long as you act like a petulant 4 year old. really attacking someone mother I'm pretty sure that wasn't considered appropriate in elementry school let alone from some who claims to be 60 years old.
     
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  7. joepistole Deacon Blues Valued Senior Member

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    Nor did Democrats get the opportunity to vote, the Republican violation of state law prevented Democrats from voting.

    I think the clear message we are getting from people like mr. roam, Tom Delay and several other Republicans/Tea Partiers is that laws apply to the other guy, not Republicans/Tea Partiers.
     
  8. Buffalo Roam Registered Senior Member

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    Mr. pistol, you need to broaden your reading to include sources other than Democrat Union talking points.

    http://www.nbc15.com/home/headlines/UPDATE_Budget_Repair_Bill_Passes_Committee.html

    Continuing Coverage: Penalties Against Democratic Wis. Senators Undone
    UPDATE: Wisconsin's Democratic state senators will have votes they cast in committee counted and other penalties imposed against them will be rescinded after they returned to the state on Saturday.
     
  9. joepistole Deacon Blues Valued Senior Member

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    Oh and just what Democrat/union talking points do I read mr. roam? I have news for you, I don't read partisan talking points.
    There is no news here. Republicans and Democrats in Wisconsin have been talking for some time now, for weeks and they have failed to come to a final agreement. There is nothing in your article that says they have come to an agreement because as of now they have not come to a reconcillation. Given Republican duplicity in this and other matters I think Democrats have good reason to be skeptical of anything coming from the Republican side of the fence.

    Additionally, there is nothing in the article you posted that mitigates the fact that Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate violated the state meetings law.

    I suggest you take some of your own advice mr. roam.
     
  10. Buffalo Roam Registered Senior Member

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    joe, you are nothing but partisan talking points, from beginning to end, Democratic Talking Points, Union Talking Points.
     
  11. joepistole Deacon Blues Valued Senior Member

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    Well you see that sums it up doesn't it mr. roam. When you cannot make arguements supported with evidence and reason all you have left is to accuse others of being biased. Before you go accusing others of bias and repeating partisan talking points, I think you need to take a long serious look at yourself.

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    You repeat Rebublican/Tea Party/limbaugh party line to the tee day in and day out. God forbid you should ever let reason and evidence replace repetition of the party mantra.

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    Take a long look at yourself mr. roam. What was that Jesus said about the log in your own eye?
     
  12. Pinwheel Banned Banned

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    You guys need your own Subforum. Preferably one invisible to other members.
     
  13. joepistole Deacon Blues Valued Senior Member

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    Well you know Pinwheel, last time I checked no one is forcing you to read these posts.
     
  14. Pinwheel Banned Banned

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    Good point! Sticking you both on ignore is a great idea.
     
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