Tracy Fuller, the executive board president of the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association has issued a statement on the organization’s website expressing regret for the endorsement of Gov. Scott Walker in the 2010 gubernatorial race.

“I am going to make an effort to speak for myself, and every member of the Wisconsin State Patrol when I say this … I specifically regret the endorsement of the Wisconsin Trooper’s Association for Gov. Scott Walker. I regret the governor’s decision to ‘endorse’ the troopers and inspectors of the Wisconsin State Patrol. I regret being the recipient of any of the perceived benefits provided by the governor’s anointing. I think everyone’s job and career is just as significant as the others. Everyone’s family is just as valuable as mine or any other persons, especially mine. Everyone’s needs are just as valuable. We are all great people!!”

No doubt this is going to go over well with Gov. Walker.

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4 Responses to Head of WLEA expresses “regret” for endorsing Scott Walker

  1. jimspice says:

    Already been yanked:

    Wonder if Fuller’s caller ID has a Fitzgerald number or two on it.

  2. Here’s more on the WLEA.

    Walker and the Fitzgerald boys pitting Wisconsinites against each other on behalf of Dave and Charlie Koch. What a disgrace.

  3. You can bet what’s happening at the WLEA is a micorcosm of what’s happening in households all over Wisconsin. Walker/Koch/Fitzgerald is tearing this state apart.

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