Rich scum helped Rep. Joel Kleefisch write bill to lower his own child-support payments

Michael Eisenga
Michael Eisenga

Yup. “Scum”.

Before you read up on this current legislation, be aware that the millionaire miserly with his family, Mr. Michael Eisenga, scraped together $28,000 to contribute to Governor Walker, Lieutenant Governor Kleefisch and the Republican Party since April 2010 through May 2012.

And be informed that Walker’s former chief of staff Kelly Rindfleisch, of John Doe investigation fame, worked as an administrative assistant for Eisenga’s telemarketing firm.

From Wisconsin State Journal:
“The Oconomowoc Republican acknowledged Friday that Michael Eisenga, a multimillionaire business owner, and his attorney helped write the bill, which could pave the way for Eisenga to force the court to reopen his divorce settlement.

The lawmaker insisted in an interview that the measure, Assembly Bill 540, would not affect Eisenga’s case.

“I’m certain the bill would not affect Mr. Eisenga in any way because it’s not retroactive,” Kleefisch said. “He wanted it retroactive. It’s not retroactive.”

However, the bill would require judges to lower child-support payments if they are 10 percent or more above the amount that would have been ordered using the new requirement. That requirement caps incomes subject to child-support payments at $150,000 a year.”

A controversial bill that would allow high-income parents to avoid paying tens of thousands of dollars a year in child support was written with the help of a wealthy donor to the bill’s author, Rep. Joel Kleefisch.

The Oconomowoc Republican acknowledged Friday that Michael Eisenga, a multimillionaire business owner, and his attorney helped write the bill, which could pave the way for Eisenga to force the court to reopen his divorce settlement.

The lawmaker insisted in an interview that the measure, Assembly Bill 540, would not affect Eisenga’s case.”

Joel Kleefisch with Scott WAlker
Above: Joel Kleefisch shakes Scott Walker’s hand.

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3 thoughts on “Rich scum helped Rep. Joel Kleefisch write bill to lower his own child-support payments

  1. “The love of money is the root of all evil.”

    “If there be any that provideth not for his own, and namely for them of his household, he denieth the faith, and is worse than an infidel.”p

    Pretty clear, that. Any person who cares more about his/her own greed than his/her own children is, yes, SCUM.

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