Have a wonderful holiday, with all my blessings, to those of you who ‚ÄĒ
are without compassion,
think facts don't matter,
will not lift a finger to help another human being,
like tax breaks for the rich,
are proud that the Bradley Foundation is located in Milwaukee,
think Scott Walker is doing a fine job,
respond to my blog with disdain and anger,
think the Tea Party has a point,
miss the good old days of Ronald Reagan,
think the unemployed should just get a job,
think the homeless should just find a place to live,
prefer the 1 percent to the 99 percent,
drive slowly in the left lane to Madison,
believe in the MMAC,
think Michael Gableman is an honorable Wisconsin State Supreme Court Justice,
think Milwaukee Public Schools should be blown up,
think teachers need to stop whining,
rely on Charlie Sykes and Rush Limbaugh for their news,
think climate change (global warming) is not human generated,
think that Newt Gingrich can save America,
think Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security should be privatized, and
think if you just work hard, you will experience the American dream.
Interesting all the venom being spat around these comments. And a Happy New Year!
Way to raise the quality of mature political discourse, Larry.
Absolutely ridiculous. What a sad, bitter, human being.
Jeff | Dec. 27, 2011 at 8:44 a.m. (report)
Thank you, Larry, for telling it like it is. I suspect most OnMilwaukee readers agree with you; the few who disagree are the ones complaining loudly.
Scotty W. | Dec. 26, 2011 at 6:57 p.m. (report)
Wow. There's no way to make up a delusional leftist diatribe as hilariously deranged as the real thing... That said, on to 2012! Can't wait to see what this doofus has to say about next year's elections!
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