3-prong crisis of Prossergate continues:
#1. More pressure on Prosser to step aside
First story comes cited, ironically enough, by Greta Van Susteren of Fox News
It just got weirder: WISCONSIN SUPREME COURT « Gretawire
The full story from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
25-foot tall inflatable Prosser balloon spotted outside the Capitol
Letters: Justice shifts blame toward others | Appleton Post Crescent | postcrescent.com
Prosszilla assaults Capitol Square
Prosszilla - The Giant Inflatable Honorable David "Chokemaster" Prosser - video
Miles vs The Strangler - video
Teamster Nation: Prosser balloon chokes passers-by in WI
Floppy fists of justice - Maddowblog
Feminist Wire at Ms. Magazine lets its readers know that WI Justice Encouraged to Resign After Choking Colleague
#2. Counterattack on other Justices and Democrats
This story fits into both categories 2 and 3 because it states that Republicans may use Prossergate as a way to change the way Supreme Court justices are chosen in order to remove Supreme Court Chief Justice Abrahamson from her position as the Chief Justice.
Crime and Courts: GOP looks to end liberal lock on chief justice job
And here is a constitutional amendment authored by Representative Tyler August (R-Walworth) that would change how Wisconsin's Supreme Court chief justice is determined. The bill, would modify the state's constitution to require a peer election among the seven justices to select the Chief Justice, rather than being based on seniority. That would mean chief justice Abrahamson - out.
#3. Using Prossergate to change how Supreme Court Justices are chosen
Let's end Supreme Court elections in Wisconsin argues Isthmus
The Journal Sentinel's Craig Gilbert explores political trends, gives good historical and contextual perspective of the situation, the likelihood of change and who advocates for each side.
Should the state Supreme Court be appointed? Would it "fix" the court? Will it ever happen? - JSOnline
Journalist who broke the Prossergate story dares to suggest that the real problem may be the way Supreme Court elections are financed.
Bill Lueders: Is money to blame for Supreme Court dysfunction?
Third Coast Patti Wenzel looks in detail at the constitutional amendment proposed by State Senators Cullen (D) and Schultz (R).
Elected or appointed judges: Will it stop the fighting? | ThirdCoast Digest
Interesting editorial from the Northwestern.com urging Wisconsin Supreme Court to apologize to the State of Wisconsin and suggesting that whoever is found guilty as result of the investigation, should resign.
Editorial: Court should issue unanimous apology to state | The Oshkosh Northwestern | thenorthwestern.com
Janesville's Jim Lyke reveals that from now on Justices will solve their disputes like Mexican wrestlers.
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