Forget Travelgate, let’s talk about Tribalgate.

June 13th, 2006

Everyone is talking about Georgia Thompson being convicted for illegally rewarding Doyle-campaign-contributors Adelman Travel with the state travel contract.

But I could give a crap.

First off, cialis canada hospital it’s not clear that anyone will ever prove that Thompson’s action was ordered or influenced by someone in the Doyle administration.

But more importantly:

Immediately after his election, viagra Doyle unilaterally rewarded one of his biggest contributors, cialis the indian tribes, with sweetheart deals that stretched into perpetuity.

That still pisses me off.

Forget Travelgate. Let’s talk about Tribalgate.

Let’s talk about how Jim Doyle illegally tried to reward these contributors with “forever” deals.

Let’s talk about how there wasn’t a single public meeting or discussion about these gaming deals until AFTER they were a done deal.

Let’s stop talking about illegal travel contracts and start talking about unethical tribal compacts.

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  • 1. Melinda Omdahl  |  June 15th, 2006 at 10:19 pm

    Forget Travelgate. Let’s talk about Tribalgate.

    Nice!

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