Fascinating political sideshow developing in relation to this matter, too, as sharp-eyed UEG officials catch a bogus 2010 electronic signature originating from Utah House of Representatives computer
Encouraging news for supporters of the UEG Ethics Reform Initiative who were disheartened by last week's Utah Supreme Court ruling, which "snuffed out" any hope that this landmark measure would be placed before Utah lumpencitizens on the 2012 General Election ballot, as the Salt Lake Tribune reports this morning that the fight to put the Utah legislature's ethical feet to the fire ain't over yet:
Fascinating political sideshow developing in relation to this matter, too, as it seems that the folks of the UEG caught "somebody" red-handed, filing a bogus signature on a UEG 2010 electronic petition via a Utah House of Representatives computer, of all places. House Speaker Becky Lockhart, R-Provo of course knows "nuttin' from nuttin'" about this criminal act, which is pretty much par for the course with our corrupt Utah legislature, don'tcha think?
It gets interesting and interestinger, dunnit?
So who wants to throw in their own 2¢, O Gentle Readers?
Update 8/2/12 12:45 a.m.: Considering the circumstances, UEG has a relatively upbeat post-mortem on their website; and it comes as no surprise that they're already looking for volunteers: