Buffalo Beast blogger who called prank Wisconsin Republican Governor Scott Walker, erroneously posing as billionaire David Koch, has written some edgy - some would say offensive - Articles in the past. For publication he heads, Ian Murphy wrote pieces like "Fuck The Troops", a treatise to explain why he believes that "two thirds of us who know this war is bullshit is the stop sucking the troops "and" Let There Be Late, "an exclusive look at creationism museum in Kentucky - while Murphy falsely claimed to have Asperger syndrome.
Walker story blew over the left blogosphere, and publications bigger than the Washington Post, NPR and USA Today have run with stories about the call and stuffing. Most popular publications have published articles on the appeal of joke has been omitted to mention the history journalistic Murphy.
Murphy was interviewed by Salon.com left pending, and said it was "wildly unprepared" for the conversation he had with Walker getting abused pretending to be David Koch. Salon.com does not mention Asperger Murphy's story, but did not mention the story he wrote in his slander of American soldiers.
One of the 14 Democratic state senators he's hiding in Illinois, Wisconsin, after fleeing to avoid the vote on the fiscal side of Walker, said the appeal, as confirmed by saying he thought all the time.
Democrat Tim Cullen said the call was "striking confirmation of what we have said for a couple of weeks. This bill is money. This bill is to destroy the unions of public employees."
But Walker spokesman said Cullen Werwie the call shows that Walker said the same thing behind closed doors, he said publicly.
After the call, Walker thanked the man he thought was David Koch, saying: "We appreciate it, and we are just right for the right reasons, and it's all come back to freedom."
But there came after Murphy, but the presence of David Koch, Walker said he would bring a baseball bat to meet the Democrats fled.
"I have one in my office, you'd be happy with it," Walker said of Murphy. "I have a Slugger with my name on it."