No Runny Eggs

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Presenting the Sgt. Schultz administration, rail edition

by @ 21:35 on September 8, 2010. Filed under Choo-choos, Politics - Wisconsin.

The MacIver Institute is looking into the sudden disappearance of Oconomowoc from the list of the Milwaukee-Madison car-speed rail line stops after the locals started questioning the train. They filed a pair of Open Records requests with the governor’s office and the Department of Transportation asking for all records of discussions about that station between July 1 and August 16, when the plug was pulled.

The DOT hasn’t responded yet, but the Sgt. Schult…er, Doyle administration responded thusly:

We conducted a search for records related to your request and found no responsive records in the custody of the Governor’s Office.

That leaves three probabilities:

  • The Cleaners have been working overtime in the governor’s mansion.
  • They never intended on having any stops between Milwaukee and Madison to make the ramming process that much faster.
  • Doyle really believes he’s above the law.

The overseas betting lines are now open. I hear “none of the above” will get you 1,000,000-1.

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