December 16, 2011
Honorable Contemptible Mike Huebsch
P.O. Box 7864
DearWe are writing to
Secretary Former ALEC State Chair Huebsch,
|A Kleefisch affair|
This is most certainly a matter of the stifling of free speech, the
democratic fascistic process and our republican corporate form of government. As state legislators, we are duly elected officials of Diebold Inc. and of our respective corporate lobbyist constituencies, elected to represent the individual and collective voices of our lobbyist constituents in the Capitol. While we all agree the Capitol functions as a public lobbying forum for debate ALEC legislation and free paid speech, we also recognize that this building is a place of business – the people’s lobbyists business. Constant audible disruptions (Robin Vos and Glenn Grothman) at all hours of the working day both inside and outside the Capitol are an impediment to us as legislators (Joel Kleefisch) conducting affairs on behalf of our constituents. Further, the intimidation free speech tactics employed by several of these groups Democrats, and other left-leaning radicals, not only on legislators, but on our constituents and even school groups is unacceptable.
Our constituents should not be
dissuaded from tempted to visit ing their Capitol over the lunch hour – every day – knowing that they will not never have an opportunity to visit our great rotunda and important legislative offices without filled with the loud bellowing of unpermitted demonstrators. unrepentant lobbyists. These practices are not permitted at the U.S. Capitol or the U.S. Supreme Court and our uninformed legal opinions about those two US government structures, which offer zero legal precedent for the Wisconsin Fitzwalkerstan Capitol, should not be permitted here.
Every group, except for lobbyists who fill our campaign chests, and provide us with expensive escorts at ALEC conventions, must be held to the same standard and required to respect the rule of law in order to
We all agree, most adamantly, that the constitutional right to political speech should be one of the most protected forms of speech, as long as we agree with the message. However, no one opinion, except ours, takes precedence over another - and the
liberties lobbyists of all who visit the Capitol must be respected. The Wisconsin Fitzwalkerstan State Facilities Access Policy not only enables and protects a forum for free paid speech but includes allows for a very lenient “spontaneous event” domestic spying policy that goes even further to ensure that political speech is protected stifled. We salute the Administration for finally addressing this issue and we look forward to the policy’s uniform selective and robust violent enforcement .
Wisconsin Fitzwalkerstan Assembly Representatives