Monday, April 04, 2011

Guest Editorial: Vote for Prosser

This from a recent Marquette Law graduate:
Tomorrow is Election Day in Wisconsin, and there is a very important race for the Wisconsin Supreme Court on the ballot.

I want to take a moment to encourage you to vote for Justice David Prosser for the Wisconsin Supreme Court tomorrow, Tuesday, April 5. Justice Prosser has served the people of Wisconsin for his entire career — as a prosecutor, a legislator, and for the last twelve years, a Supreme Court justice. He is an independent, fair justice — we don’t agree in every single case, but we share a common commitment to deciding cases as “judicial conservatives” — following the rule of law, deferring to the political branches as appropriate, and sticking to the text of the laws at issue. I also know him personally as a friend and mentor, and appreciate his lifetime of honorable service to our state.

Thanks for your consideration; however you decide in this race, please make sure to take a few minutes tomorrow to do your civic duty and vote.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

This Marquette grad leaves no name? Well, OK, I'm James Diamond, I'm a 3L at Saint Louis University. I've recently been voted the next Health Law Association President at SLU, where our health law program has been ranked #1 for, oh, 6 years in a row now.

I say vote for Prosser.

9:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well I guess if a total narcissist says I should vote for Prosser, what choice do I really have?

7:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I had a rebuttal--not a really good one, but a rebuttal nonetheless--but it was never posted. Instead, I'll concede your point, and claim ignorance. You see, I never realized I was a narcissist until I read this article from the Huffington Post:

7:57 PM  

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