It was in Waukesha county where there was found to be a case of innacurate voting tabultion during the Govenors race too! I have been told that there is more political money in Waukesha than any other county in Wisconsin. Indeed someone once told me that the people who live on Pine Lake are extremely rich. The phrasing of the man that told me was that he knew of a tobacoo lawyer who was a millionaire and lived on Pine Lake and he told me he was a peasant in comparison to the billionaires that lived on that Lake!
Which leads to another question. What are the highest grossing businesses in Waukesha county or what are the businesses of the riches residents that live in Wakesha County?
Post Script: Here is where we might have to rely on a satellite scan by a foreign nation in order to tell us? But satellites have a fixed position relative to earth orbit? Maybe there is one that has the scanning reach and a foreign nation will do the responsible thing and tell us when our own government won't?
Post Script # 2: And what else does Scott Walker want to do? He wants to sell off the States owned utilities! Is this an effort to avoid government liability for nuclear contamination? There are too many pieces of this puzzle that are fitting together! Is this an effort to handle nuclear waste disposal in a hands off and therefore no culpability as to responsibility issue? If so it is an indication the problem is worse than perceived. Nuclear waste of nuclear power plants was always said to be stored on the utility site. Have some of those barreles leaked? What is the accountability for it? How does the public know they are being honest with us as to the regards of the highly radioactive radium contamination that they have admitted is in the well water in Waukesha? Did a Waukesha business man and or resident allow nuclear waste to be stored on his property for money and it leached into the soil? Radium is highly radioactive!
I want to know for health concerns and I live near Lake Michigan!
And don't get mad at me when I question and express concern. Somebody has to be the one to question. Questions can always be accurately answered and therefore dismissed. But Radium is highly radioactive. Yeah I read that right!
And what happens when water pumped from Lake Michigan saturates the water table in Waukesha and the Radium the spreads to other parts of the state as it is displaced?