Not that anyone who looks at these things closely is confused about where I-1082, the workers comp privatization initiative, is coming from.

But those who only know the effort by its enticing catch-phrase, "Save Our Jobs," might be surprised to learn that when one dials the number listed with the Washington Secretary of State's office for 1082's sponsor, a voice on the other end of the line answers: "Hello, BIAW, how can I help you?"

(Further illumination: Campaign finance documents show that the conservative Building Industry Association of Washington is the initiative's biggest financial backer, to the tune of $500,000.)