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It Had to Be on “May Day,” Huh?

Seriously, there is stupid, and then there is this.

The Wisconsin Grocers Association has alerted members to an anti-Walker product sticker campaign planned for May 1.

Opponents of Gov. Scott Walker for months have been boycotting companies linked to donations to Walker’s campaign.  Now there is a national effort under way to go into stores and place stickers on products.

Among products targeted for stickers are Johnsonville brats, AngelSoft toilet paper, Sargento cheese and Coors beer.

The WGA has produced a sign that stores can post alerting people that placing stickers on products in stores is illegal.

Of course it’s illegal.  It’s called product tampering and vandalism. (See Wisconsin Statute 941.327.)

The product tampering charge carries more weight since you’re likely endangering the public health if what you’re placing the sticker on is a food or other perishable item.

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