Remember the vote suppression billboards? Their funder is now suspected of “pay-to-play” with Scott Walker

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I read this, and I felt that the name “Einhorn” was familiar, but I couldn’t quite place it:

Conservative Milwaukee financier Stephen Einhorn and his wife, Nancy, donated $25,000 to Gov. Scott Walker a month before Einhorn’s firm won a contract to manage $1 million of taxpayer money, potentially triggering federal “pay-to-play” conflict of interest rules….

I kept on reading and then let out a blue streak of swearing. He’s that god damn fricking son of a b%*@h billboard guy!:
Einhorn recently drew criticism from liberals and civil rights groups when he paid for dozens of anonymous billboards in the Milwaukee area and two Ohio cities warning residents of the penalties for committing voter fraud. The critics felt the billboards were aimed at discouraging voting by minorities in low-income neighborhoods. Einhorn and his wife said they considered the signs a public service “because voter fraud undermines our democratic process.”

No use in me writing much. Right now all I can manage are a sting of four-letter words.

Read the whole thing here:

Einhorns’ contribution to Walker could trigger ‘pay-to-play’ rule

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  1 comment for “Remember the vote suppression billboards? Their funder is now suspected of “pay-to-play” with Scott Walker

  1. December 9, 2012 at 2:59 pm

    Einhorn is Finkle. Finkle is Einhorn. I’m sure it’s just a cooincidence.

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