While using her two children (wearing T-shirts labeled "union thug" and "protest junkie") to aid in sending a sad message of disdain toward another human being while disrespecting housewives everywhere (shame), Compas implies that she did not need her husband in order to initiate and run a recall.
Let's test that message out...
HERE you can witness her husband, Eric (an Asst. Prof. at UW-Whitewater) helping out his wife with "analyzing the distribution of signers [recall signatures]." He generously "tweets" this information out as well HERE.
HERE is Eric's map of campaign contributions for Scott Fitzgerald, and, interestingly, HERE is Lori's statement that coincides with the findings on his map. Hmmmm......
Eric signed his wife's recall petition HERE.
Lastly, Compas clearly needed her husband (and even her children) to pull off an offensive campaign slur in a youtube video skit. Guess she's really NOT in this alone after all, is she?
Wonder Woman, she ain't.
Now, let's put Fitzgerald's comments BACK INTO CONTEXT. (Compas's disingenuous attempt at twisting Fitzgerald's words is so poorly orchestrated, it's more transparent than cellophane tape.)
What Fitzgerald actually said:
For the record, Fitzgerald said he doesn't buy Compas' Pollyanna image. He knows some people are painting the race as a David-vs.-Goliath contest. But Fitzgerald said he thinks her husband is one of the main forces behind her campaign, as well as unions and protest groups.
"I don't for one minute believe she is the organizing force behind this whole thing," he said.