In one of the longer posts I’ve read from Esenberg in some time, the overly earnest law prof goes to great lengths to express his concerns over the Walker recall signature gathering process. Of particular interest to the prof is the possibility of duplicate signatures and bogus names.
After thirteen detailed paragraphs in which the Shark/Shepherd keeps us on the edge of our seats while his ironclad arguments march toward their thunderous and, no doubt, devastating conclusions he suddenly declares!!!!!!!……….. ” Having said this, I don’t think it is likely that duplicate or dubious signatures will bring the validity of the recall petitions into question.” Huh? Then what was all the fuss about in the first place?