Who Wrote it?

Posted August 6th, 2007 by Joe Kaiser

I've read the press release more than a few times and I cannot believe an attorney had a hand in it.

Dear Rob,

I thought I’d get back to the business of calling bullshit, what with the huey being piled as high as it is in this case.

And I thought I’d start with the inaccuracy-filled press release your office issued March 14 of this year.

Remember the one?


Removed and Reposted

It’s the press release your office removed when I pointed out its many problems.

And, it’s the press release your office then reposted when I pointed out that by removing it, you’ve as much as admitted its problems.

That episode confirmed for all that your office would rather post a press release you know to be filled with inaccuracies than take it down and thereby admit you were wrong.

Stunning, from the Office of the Washington State Attorney General, and I am hopeful residents of this state will sit up and take notice.

We deserve better, Rob.


where to get started?

But for me, anyway, I’m thrilled you’ve put it back up.

It’s so poorly constructed and error-filled I know if I ever run short of ideas for this blog I need only log onto your site and pick any paragraph at random and I’ll have plenty to talk about.


On second thought

Rather than call bullshit here today, I’m dying to know . . . who wrote that load of huey?

I’ve read the press release more than a few times and I cannot believe an attorney had a hand in it.

The writer, clearly, has no clue about what I do as an investor, what the laws are regarding tax sale foreclosures, or how property owners are impacted by those laws.

Worse, it’s just filled with one error after another and demonstrates how little your office understands, and that’s scary.

Was it an attorney who wrote it?

Was it you?

Or was it Cheryl, maybe?


The Public Records Act

Pursuant to the PRA, I request the public record relating to the authorship of the March 14, 2007 press release posted on the Office of the Washington State Attorney General website.

Here is the link:

http://www.atg.wa.gov/pressrelease.aspx?&id=13560

Please include any notes, revisions and all other information specifically related to its creation and/or authorship.

And please confirm to my email address that this request was received. You have that email address on file, or if not, you may get it from Chris “the mole” Johnson.

Respectfully,

Joe Kaiser


2 Responses to: “Who Wrote it?”

  1. AllAboutVoting responds:
    Posted: August 6th, 2007 at 9:43 am

    Rob might be too busy *personally* arguing the “top-two” primaries case in court to be paying much attention to you right now. Better step it up!

    http://www.ballot-access.org/2007/08/06/washington-attorney-general-will-personally-argue-top-two-case-in-us-supreme-court/

    Quoting: “Washington State’s Attorney General, Rob McKenna, will personally argue in the U.S. Supreme Court on October 1, 2007, when the Court hears the case over whether “top-two” primaries, in conjunction with party labels, are constitutional if political parties object.”

  2. adrian w. responds:
    Posted: August 6th, 2007 at 4:48 pm

    Just wondering outloud. Did anyone find out if “Chris the Mole” Johnson was actually a ‘Political Defector’ from Rob’s office staff? There sure were alot of them interested in this blog as pointed out in an earlier post…Wonder what thats all about too?


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