Bonus reader query: Is there anyone amongst our savvy and politically battle-weary WCF readership who's buying Senator Bramble's lame excuses?
Laughable and self-serving guest commentary from Utah County's State Senator Curt Bramble this morning, responding to Friday's hard-hitting Standard-Examiner editorial, Our View: Unethical enablers, also the subject of our own 8/3/12 WCF writeup:
That settles it, right? The state legislature's coincidental efforts to (temporarily?) ban electronic petitions, and to "raise the goalpost after the ball was in the air", during the heroic grassroots 2010 UEG ethics reform petition drive had nothing whatsoever to do with either making a mockery of the provision in the state Constitution that enshrines the right of the people to propose, adopt and repeal laws, or with thwarting UEG's efforts to allow a chance for the Utah lumpencizens to put a serious ethics reform measure on the ballot.
We'll file this one, of course, under the topic label "Alternate Reality Department," folks.
Bonus reader query: Is there anyone amongst our savvy and politically battle-weary WCF readership who's buying Bramble's lame excuses?