Joe Parisi: withdraw this nomination!

This nominee is an insult(eress)!

Takes considerable chutzpah to race bait a person with black skin. But when you’re as entitled as Shelia Stubbs, it’s another day at the office. 

The embattled nominee for a county job paying $181,500/year called County Supervisor April Kigeya and another black supervisor, in Kigeya’s telling, “an expression that refers to black people who cater to the interests of whites in power,” in the delicate words of the Wisconsin State Journal.

Or were they called “house N * * * ers”?

Called another minority-race member, Sup. Yogesh Chawla, an “extremist.” 

The nominee’s mother called the chairman of the county board “a racist, rat and weasel” at Thursday’s Health & Human Needs committee meeting. (Did the acorn fall far from the tree?)

Which is a strange way to win friends and influence the people who will ultimately decide whether you get the job running Dane County Human Services. Then again, insulting one’s way to office is becoming the norm, it seems.

Too Woke even for Dane County?

Regardless, the committee last night 04-27-23 voted unanimously to deny Stubbs the job but the Personnel & Finance Committee will have a kick at this cat before the county executive’s nomination goes before the full Dane County Board next month.

Unless Joe Parisi pulls her nomination, which is Blaska’s Bottom Line
Sup. Kigeya

Shelia Stubbs is a sitting member of the WI State Legislature, a Democrat representing south Madison; her other day job is pastor of a revivalist church. Only two days ago did she agree — apparently — to leave the State Assembly, after first vowing to do both jobs. Somehow. Running an agency with a $240 million budget and 794 employees is not a part-time job. We say “apparently” because her Assembly office put out a statement saying she’s not leaving. On Thursday, Stubbs blamed her Assembly office staff, which would confirm the chaos alleged at her office. 

There’s more rot in Denmark. Heidi Wegleitner is one of the most “progressive” county board members (she voted against improvements in the jail). She asks: Why no national search for applicants?

Then there’s the matter of fiscal responsibility. As we reported previously, the State of Wisconsin is garnishing Rep. Stubbs’ wages for welshing on a $35,000 debt. 

Now it is alleged that, while serving on the county board herself, Rep. Stubbs did not recuse herself when the county awarded money to the church she operates with her husband?

Should the district attorney make inquiries? 


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16 Responses to Joe Parisi: withdraw this nomination!

  1. One Eye says:

    Spineless Parisi is the HRIC here.


  2. Larry Olson says:

    She should withdraw her name, resign from the state assembly and be investigated by the district attorneys office.


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  4. Kevin S Wymore says:

    Shelia takes the concept of “PAY STUBBS” to a ridiculous extreme. Even if/when she agrees to resign from the Assembly.

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  5. Cornelius_Gotchberg says:

    “Should the district attorney make inquiries?

    Short Answer: Yup
    Long Answer: HELL YEAH!!!!!!

    Wouldn’t that be something were this the beginning of the end for the talented, RAYcist, and sizable (S)tubbs in similar fashion to the talented, RAYcist, sizable, and summarily bounced from Madison employment Toriana Pettaway?

    The Gotch


  6. Gary L. Kriewald says:

    Madison/Dane County–with its black sheriff, black DA, black Police Chief, and soon-to-be black head of County Human Services–is Exhibit A when it comes to the argument against Affirmative Action. Wait, make that Exhibit B. Exhibit A has got to be Biden’s Press Secretary, who can’t even read a prepared script without turning it into a cringe-inducing farce, yet her skin tone ensures her the sort of job security most of us can only dream of.

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  7. One Eye says:

    Parisi must issued a statement:

    “I just tested positive for having my head up my ass. I am doing fine and experiencing just minor symptoms. Fortunately, I am vaccinated and boosted. Case levels are elevated, so I encourage everyone to be safe.”

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  8. Cornelius_Gotchberg says:

    OT, but we could use some Good News:

    Rufus The Roadrunner Ferguson Grandson Hopes To Play For The Cardinal-N-White.

    The Gotch


  9. Bob says:

    Shelia Stubbs, 0-1. 2 more pitches. I won’t hold my breath.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Cornelius_Gotchberg says:

      Shelia Stubbs, 0-1. 2 more pitches.”

      She’s…um…crowdin’ the plate; The Gotch says high inside heat to, you know, like, keep her honest.

      Wait a minute.

      Something could keep a RAYcist honest?

      Never Mind…..

      The Gotch


  10. A Party of One says:

    She is listed as a pastor on her church’s web site. One of the church’s goals is to “see a church that is giving more and living on less.” But not personally, I guess.


    • Cornelius_Gotchberg says:

      One of the church’s goals is to ‘see a church that is giving more and living on less.’ “

      Oh Ye Of…um…Little Faith…

      Lucas Robinson/Wisconsin State Journal: “Throughout the hearing, Stubbs had questions posed to her about […] HER VOTES ON GIVING COUNTY MONEY TO HER CHURCH. (bolds/caps/italics mine)

      Yet those questions were RAYcist, am I right?

      Anywho, “County Money“?

      Isn’t Lefty real REAL big on the Separation Of Church And State?

      That means Dane County taxpayers (The Gotchberg portion is four [4] figures of a skyrocketing City of Madison property tax payment) have bankrolled part of (S)tubbs‘ Church because of a vote from which she should have, but didn’t, recuse herself.

      Fool me once………….

      Ah Lefty; so MUCH suffocating ignominy, so little time!

      The Gotch


      • Mordecai The Red says:

        Yes, leftists scream bloody murder about separation of church and state. Unless a private religious organization doesn’t offer its employees healthcare that includes abortion and contraception. Then they want the state unleashed on the church with the force of cudgels and firehoses.

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  11. How dare you advocate holding an elected official (a member of the Legislature) to the same standards citizens have a right to expect from everyone else in society? Rudyard Kipling recognized at the turn of the 20th century that the politically disadvantaged need to be lifted by the bootstraps. That’s what County Executive Joe Parisi is trying to do. Think of all that $185,000 could do for disadvantaged people. Show a little compassion, Dave!


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