Apparently Justice David Prosser isn’t a big believer in three independent branches of government (emphasis mine):

“Our campaign efforts will include building an organization that will return Justice Prosser to the bench, protecting the conservative judicial majority and acting as a common sense compliment to both the new administration and legislature.

In response to Justice Prosser’s promise to act as a “compliment” (more likely that was supposed to be “complement”) to Republicans in the legislature and governor’s mansion, one of Prosser’s challengers, Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg, attacked Prosser’s lack of impartiality;

“For a sitting judge to promise that he will work to further the ends of the other two branches of government shows an enormous disregard for the separation of powers and the role of the court as an independent, impartial body that ought to promise just one thing: to decide cases on the law and the facts brought forth in those cases,”

This promises to be a fun race…

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7 Responses to “Impartial” Justice Prosser promises to be complement to Republicans

  1. There is going to be ALOT of money spent on this race.

  2. Bryce says:

    I used the Prosser quote earlier in the primary, but have not been able to track down when and where it was first made. Can you help? Bryce

  3. […] campaign manager for the reelection campaign of Wisconsin State Supreme Court Justice David Prosser announced Prosser would “[protect] the conservative judicial majority and [act] as a common sense … and as first reported last week by Mike McCabe on the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign’s Big Money […]

  4. […] to our State Supreme court. No doubt Justice David Prosser will have another opportunity to prove that he is in fact an excellent complement to Republicans in the Legislature and Republican Gov. Scott […]

  5. […] little doubt the activist conservative majority on Wisconsin’s Supreme Court will stand with Republican Gov. Scott Walker. Posted by Zach Wisniewski on October 22, 2012, at 7:36 pm | Tags: Act 10, Juan Colas, Scott […]

  6. Duane12 says:

    In other words, the “Wisconsin Strangler” will strike again?

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