Ultra-woke progressive issues fatwa
Could it at least be to somewhere warm?
The election for Madison school board, mayor, and alders on April 2 is over four weeks off. But this candidate for Seat #4 on the Madison Board of Education (visit my website, please) is counting down to March 12 when early voting begins. And doing so nervously.
(Who is that that just pulled up in front of the Stately Manor? Who could that be now?)
Because a Madison progressive has vowed to run Blaska out of town!
So, who else is getting David Blaska-sponsored propaganda? Notice at the end where our all [ sic ] comes back to “The Incident!” Where Mr. Blaska had his PRIVILEGES challenged? … It’s time we start running folks out of town again. I got a list, Blaska’s on it.
Oddly (and apparently without irony) Robert Lynn objects to my suggestion that “The Incident” at Whitehorse middle school may be more about behavior than race — bad behavior either on the part of the faculty member or on the 11-year-old student, or on BOTH. (Because we do NOT have all the facts.)
In a subsequent post, Mr. Lynn called Blaska a “jerk.” Even if true, does that warrant being driven from hearth and home to the gulag of, say, Waunakee? Where Blaska would no longer be eligible to serve on the Madison school board? (Although I could still sign Torianna Pettaway’s nomination petition for mayor of Madison, apparently.)
Before you run me out of town, Robert Lynn, I’d like to know who you have run out of town previously? Because you did write “It’s time we start running folks out of town AGAIN.” Is this like Argentina under the junta? A class of people known as “The Disappeared”?
You also write that you have “a list.” Who else is on it? Police Chief Koval? The remaining conservative professor at the University of Wisconsin? Practicing Catholics?
Does Blaska have pride of first place on your list? Or is he — more insult to injury — well down the list?
Won’t you be my neighbor?
This is what happens when you run for elective office here in The Emerald City. People with the “Everyone Is Welcome Here” signs on their front lawn (in multiple languages!) threaten to run you out of town unless you swear allegiance to the One True Party line. Diversity, for the good Madison progressive, is only skin deep.
Robert Lynn, you identify yourself as president, board of directors of Mach OneHealth, which gets grant money from the City of Madison. Since you propose to make my housing “insecure,” Mr. Lynn, would Blaska be eligible for your health services “to people experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity in the Madison Area.”
More questions, would Blaska actually have to RUN out of town? Snow is pretty deep out there. Might I be allowed call Uber? Or must it be Union Cab? One way, of course.
Finally, are pitchforks involved? At least, Blaska need not worry about hot tar. Carbon-based, doncha know.
Blaska’s Bottom Line: In my upcoming exile, if you can’t visit me personally you can still see me on Facebook.