Freedom Inc. will ride the crazy bus to Chavez elementary school

You can run, Madison school board; but can you hide?

We see that the Madison Board of Education is going to take its show on the road next Monday, April 29, in a desperate attempt to evade the F-bombing mob that disrupts their every meeting. 

They’re hoping that the race-baiters can’t find Chavez school, 3502 Maple Grove Drive, Madison, WI 53719. (Starting with a “meet and greet” at 5:15 p.m.) That’s on the outskirts of Verona! About as far as one can get from Doyle Administration on W. Dayton Street and still be in the MMSD!

xxozu0rf4ji11Maybe Freedom Inc. and Young, Gifted & Stupid don’t have GPS. Or that they won’t rent a bus to get there. If they did, would it be the crazy bus? After all, why should they obey the rules of the road? The crazy bus will lurch all over the road, the sidewalks, and front lawns of the white supremacists and their “Everyone is Welcome” signs in three languages. The crazy bus will break the speed limit, then block traffic at will.

The cops won’t stop them because Monica Adams, Bianca Gomez, Brandi Grayson, Nino Rodriguez, Amelia Royko-Maurer et al don’t trust the police.

Here’s an idea: camouflage Chavez elementary school! Put up a sign that says “Police Station.” Park a couple squad cars out in front.

Cowardly lions

Last time at this news stand we praised Greg Humphrey a profile in courage for posting a “Blaska for Safer Schools” sign on his turf in the Marquette/Williamson neighborhood, right in the heart of Bernie Sanders nation.

(Greg, you’re too hard on “We Support the Madison Police.” It’s not their fault that too many on your side of the fence demonize law enforcement. You got to understand that Madison’s crazies are driving people into the arms of people like … well, Blaska!)

Would that there have been a few more courageous citizens. These names come to mind for lack of courage:

SONY DSCDave Cieslewicz. The former mayor has condemned identity politics on his Isthmus column; he could have spoken up. 

The Madison police union considered endorsing Blaska because he is the only candidate on the local ballot who speaks out for the police. But the union chickened out. Worse, the unionized cops endorsed Satya Rhodes-Conway, Progressive Dane, for mayor! She subscribes to every shackle the Berkeley consultants propose placing on police!

Madison Teachers Inc. None of the candidates you endorsed pleaded for patience until the police finished their investigation into the Whitehorse middle school incident. Instead, those candidates acquiesced with their silence as the superintendent and school board president Mary Burke threw “Mr. Rob” under the school bus and forced his resignation without once getting his side or the many witnesses who took his side, including the other students.

Sheriff David Mahoney foolishly endorsed Ali Muldrow even before the candidate filing deadline. Muldrow, of course, wrote Progressive Dane’s cops-out-of-schools manifesto. Mahoney is either a fool or and a shill.

The Madison Chamber of Commerce. No, Blaska did not make a direct appeal to these guys but at some point they’re going to have to jump in the mosh pit to save our schools.

Wisconsin State Journal for their non-endorsement for Seat #4. The edit page acknowledged “Blaska is right that a police officer should stay in each main high school to promote safety, and that disruptive students should be accountable for their actions. But he goes out of his way to provoke Madison liberals and score political points, while offering few solutions.”

Few solutions? Blaska was the only candidate on the April 2 ballot who strongly advocated:

  • abolishing the Behavior Education Plan;
  • returning control of the classroom to teachers, and 
  • keeping cops in the schools.

All as the most effective way to ending the racial achievement gap and to allow teachers to teach and kids who want to learn to succeed.

Blaska also promoted more school district charters, whether instrumentality or not. 

Yeah, all that was a provocation to Madison liberals. These are things MMSD can actually control and would have profound impact. Ask yourself this: what solutions did any of the other candidates propose? … Still waiting. … Other than Ali Muldrow’s dance classes for seventh graders? No, I can’t, either.

‘Behavior plan sets up kids for failure’

So, all seven members of the Madison Board of Education are buying in to Jen Cheatham’s Behavior Education Plan. The BEP is both symptom and cause of classroom disruption. 

Interesting comments on the Isthmus website where Dylan Brogan broke the story about the Leopold elementary school incident.


The plan for the BEP is to just let children do what they want, and that literally reinforces the school-to-prison pipeline, because in the real world, doing whatever you want can land you right in jail. Children need boundaries, love, support and education that focuses on the whole child. MMSD, what is your plan for teaching kids how to come back from a negative experience and make it right? …

I ask you, are teachers racist, or does the BEP set kids of color up for failure? The BEP was the worst thing to happen to kids of color: do what you want, learn nothing in academics, get further behind your peers, spend your time roaming the building, restore nothing … — Sara



Leopold is not the only school where children who repeatedly wreck classrooms, use foul language daily, and feel free to not only curse, but also hit, spit at and push teachers. A brave journalist like Dylan [Brogan] should spend a day in a Head Start Center where, out of the mouths of three- and four-year olds, the F bomb flies and one of the favorite names for a teacher is “bitch ass.” Go to an elementary or middle school and watch children of all ages feel free to say, “I can do what I want and you can’t touch me.” — Ana


Blaska’s Bottom Line: Would that teachers and students be able to run from chaos in their classrooms like the school board runs from its own meeting place. How about, Madison school board, you set an example and run an orderly meeting by insisting on discipline even if it means calling in the police.

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56 Responses to Freedom Inc. will ride the crazy bus to Chavez elementary school

  1. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    ”a sign that reads ‘Job Center.’ ”

    In my best Euphegenia Doubtfire voice:

    Oooooh; you wicked, wicked man, you!

    The Gotch

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  2. Michael Mores says:

    David,
    I completely understand that you have the freedom on your own blog to say whatever you like, and that many of your supporters would defend your language until their dying days. I would challenge you, however, to tone down the insults of people you don’t like or disagree with on this blog. You comment all of the time about how students need to respect teachers, police, and other adults, and yet you are openly mocking other people and groups constantly. I urge you to lead by example and show more respect.
    Please keep in mind that you have no idea what my political affiliation is; I am only trying to bring about some decency in this world.
    ~M

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    • David Blaska says:

      I do not use the F-word. I do not comment on people’s appearance (I did violate that once with Tony Evers). I do not resort to profanity. I do not play the race card. Dave Mahoney is a shill.

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      • Michael Mores says:

        And those are lines in the sand are fine to draw. Not swearing is not the same as respecting people. If a student were to call a teacher “Old, Gifted, and Stupid,” based on your language in paragraph 3, you would probably have them placed in detention for not respecting adults. And yet you throw around language like that like it’s acceptable. Consider your influence; that’s all I’m saying.

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        • Paula Fitz says:

          My childhood brain was very different than my adult brain. It was still growing and needed to learn things like respect for authority and not to curse at teachers. Having attended Catholic schools K through 12, I would have probably been expelled had I acted like that. But we’re all adults here. As someone who’s pushing 60, I’ve earned the right to make up my own mind about what to read and believe. If I don’t like what someone writes, I’m free to not read it.

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        • Michael Mores says:

          Paula, you highlight my point exactly. You’re claiming that by ‘being an adult’ you gain the right to not respect people you disagree with. Making fun of people? Calling them names? I’m not personally offended by what’s being said, Lars made the comment about “it’s bad out there.” Maybe *this* is the reason it’s bad out there. Think about it.

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        • Batman says:

          Batman agrees with M. Mores.
          Using the word stupid is divisive, counter productive on every level, and inaccurate.
          These youngsters are simply parroting what all the adults around them preach. It is probably all they hear and know.

          Better adjectives are; manipulated, pawns, tools, dupes, brainwashed, uneducated, etc.
          The adults on the other hand are fair game, although the word stupid is a poor choice even for the adults because it does not convey the message you intend.

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        • Paula Fitz says:

          Michael Mores, I didn’t say it’s ok for adults to disrespect others; those are YOUR words that you assigned to me. I was merely referencing your comment about detention – that there’s a difference between being a young person having to learn the rules of living in a civilized society, versus an upstanding adult who uses a disagreeable term out of probable frustration. I look at context rather than cherrypicking terms and phrases.

          Blaska’s style is different than mine. I wouldn’t have chosen those words, but then again, I’m not Blaska.

          Also, are you perfect, Mr. Mores? Have you never used a term that others found disagreeable or done something that others found disagreeable? Especially when you

          Since you seemed to have assigned yourself the task of bringing decency into the world, how selective are you in your criticism for other people’s words? For example, refer to police officers as Nazis and pigs in bacon? Because those words, Mr. Mores, have been extremely damaging to an entire profession, and thus public safety.

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        • richard lesiak says:

          well said

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        • Tom Paine says:

          This thread is too funny. Y’all still are refusing to ignore the simple truth. There is NO consensus about culture, language, and assumptions about appropriate human behavior(s).

          There is little, if any, hope for those of the ‘underclass,’ a term used by the CBC. The total culture of the underclass has almost nothing to do with traditional American values and ethics. Members of the underclass are unlikely to ever comprehend the fact that their culture is deficient in so many ways.

          Why y’all so reluctant to describe the obvious? Ya really think you can have a dialogue with members of the totalitarian mob?

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      • Michael Mores says:

        This isn’t about me, or you, or anyone in particular. Please don’t go down that path. You and I can be critical of other people; we all are.
        I have a six year old son, and I’m trying to teach him that words matter and that he should be careful because others may follow in his example. And when I read posts like this, where a grown adult is opening mocking groups and others, it breaks my heart a little. It should break yours too, if you consider yourself religious. We should all be offended at this attitude, but we’re too immune to it.
        “Be kind.” I tell my son, almost every day.
        Maybe more people need to hear that.

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      • old baldy says:

        dave:

        You have made comments on appearance more than once. A while back I provided a quote from your old blog that you made regarding HRC. Can’t find it now. But you did acknowledge at the time that you did it. Maybe you should enforce your personal rules on others here. Just a suggestion. Can’t wait to here from the usual cast of characters.

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    • madisonexpat says:

      As Harry Truman once said, “If you can’t stand the heat, stay out of Nagasaki.”

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    • Sprocket says:

      Mr. Mores is what is know as a Concern Troll. For those unacquainted; a Concern Troll enters a conversation with the intent to undermine or blunt an agenda. They do this by feigning benevolent concern regarding effectiveness or propriety of the agenda advanced by those they oppose. In this case advocating for passivity in response to the physically aggressive, obscene, and dumb as a bag of hair, Young Gifted and Entitled.

      Passivity of the normal citizens is what allows the grifters, parasites, and general trash to install themselves within a community and it’s government. In street crime there is a process know as The Interview. This is where a mugger interacts with a potential victim to size them up. During The Interview the criminal is trying to determine if the level of resistance the potential victim is likely to give is worth the potential gain. Passivity during The Interview is one of the things that turns a potential victim into an actual victim.

      Right now Freedom Inc and Young, Gifted and Whatever are up in Madison’s grill trying to figure out if they can push us over and help themselves to what’s in our pockets. It it’s in our interest to convey to them that would be a poor choice.

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        @Sprocket;

        VERY well put!

        All grifters rely on the dishonesty, greed, and gullibility’ of their marks; Madison/Dane County guilt-suffocated White lefties are spectacularly endowed with the latter.

        Question: Does that make clueless Lefty apologists like @richard lesiak, @AnonyBob, et al, their useful idiots/shills?

        The Gotch

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      • Michael Mores says:

        Ohhh! I love the term “Concern Troll”. I’ve never really heard of that before. You are totally, totally right, though. I did enter into this conversation because I wanted to mention that maybe we should stop mocking people we disagree with. I am trying to change the ‘agenda’ that we can be horribly rude to each other while condemning our kids while they do the same. I would love for you to tell me what’s wrong with this, though. I do not have a hidden agenda here, despite your suspicions.

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        • Sprocket says:

          Even though I think my assessment of you was correct and my reasons for disagreeing with you clear. I’ll play along.

          Sure, we should have respectful discussions with those we disagree with. However, when those you disagree with have made it clear they have come for a fist fight and not a conversation, it’s time to throw down. One need only look at any of the recent district meetings to know that respectful disagreement is not the game being played. The game is force and intimidation.

          The thing to bear in mind is that these people simply don’t disagree with us. They see us as an evil that needs to be removed from public discourse, if not outright destroyed. In their fevered imaginings, they believe we are white supremacists and Nazis (They also think a well cared for lawn is a function of white supremacy, which kind of tells you where they’re coming from). People do not have respectful conversations those they believe to be evil, and such is the case here.

          Being respectful to these people conveys they notion that they and their ideas are worthy of respect and lends them an undeserved legitimacy. I think I will stick to treating them as the conglomeration of grifting hood-rats, mentally ill, and disaffected suburban youth that they are.

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        • Michael Mores says:

          Yes, you’ve clearly stated your point with examples and with all due respect, it’s the same story that’s been happening for millennia. Both sides think each other are evil, ravenous animals out to control the world. It’s nothing new. Quite frankly, I’m sick of hearing about the blame.
          Have you ever had to stop two kids from arguing over something? Johnny stole my car! Tommy called me a bad name! What do you say to them? You tell them to knock it off, shake hands, and get over themselves.
          What you, and almost everyone else on this comment thread has suggested, is that those responses are only for kids, and that by being “adults” we are free to make our own choices and be mean to people that are mean to us. And it starts with small, almost overlookable comments like calling someone “stupid” on a blog post.
          The lesson that we all need to learn is to knock it off, shake hands, and get over ourselves.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          @Michael Mores;

          “You tell them to knock it off, shake hands, and get over themselves.” and “The point of my original post was to mention that we should all tone it down.” (both bolds mine)

          This suggests your intent is to get <both of the two sides to tone it down, am I right?

          This may be my failing, but all I’m seeing is you imploring one side, the folks on this blog, (whom @AnonyBob affectionately calls the scary clown demographic), to mend their ways by softening their approach.

          Logic and fair play would suggest you’ve asked Freedom Inc, Y. G. & B., Derail the Jail, the potty-mouthed/hateful FacePlant posters, et al, to do likewise, wouldn’t it?

          If so, and I may not be alone on this, it would be extremely helpful were you to provide examples of your “Olive Branch” appeal to them.

          If not, your credibility comes into question and the charge of hypocrisy may arise.

          Thank you in advance!

          The Gotch

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      • madisonexpat says:

        So. No reparations?

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    • Michael Mores,
      Do you understand that your entire comment is an unethical ad hominem attack?

      Climb down from that pompous ass high horse of yours and address the content of the blog.

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      • Michael Mores says:

        I see all of my comments were lost in translation, maybe. It was fun, but I’m out.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          @Michael Mores;

          “I’m out.”

          Before you tell us the benighted how your well-intended confab with the other side (FreeDUMB Inc, Y. G. & B., Derail the Jail, the potty-mouthed/hateful FacePlant posters, et al) went?

          Sheesh; THAT casts a certain GLOOM over things.

          The Gotch

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        • Mr. Mores,
          It didn’t take a translation to identify an intentional ad hominem attack with no substance about the blog content.

          See ya troll.

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  3. Bob Dorn says:

    I was not amused to learn this week that my middle school MMSD kid is only one of five or so kids participating in gym. The rest I guess are just playing on their phones or roaming the halls or whatever. Where’s Barack and Michelle? Oh, have some kale chips, but you don’t have to exercise if you don’t FEEL like it.

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    • richard lesiak says:

      what do the Obama’s have to do with this? Kale chips? Stop being a lazy douche and find out why yourself instead of using this as a petty excuse to insult someone.

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      • Bob Dorn says:

        I seem to remember the Obamas (especially Michelle) were on the kale chip bandwagon for school lunches. I would think they (and by extension MMSD) would be for healthy food AND exercise, thus requiring EVERYONE to participate in physical ed – you know, what we all had to do back in the olden days????

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      • madisonexpat says:

        ‘Stop being a lazy douche instead of insulting someone.’
        Thanks poor richard, you unintentionally gave a better riposte to Michael Mores than I did.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      @richard lesiak;

      Actually your Hopey Changey hero does deserve mention, here.

      Foreign relations, illegal immigration, the Middle East, the economy, health care, the VA, minorities, etc., etc., etc. all suffered catastrophically under the disastrous joke of the self-anointed 4TH GREATEST PRESIDENT EVAH!!

      But the democrat Party of DEATH, RACISM, HATE, and WAR ought be especially proud: He’s the ONLY POTUS to preside over 2 full terms, that’s EIGHT STRAIGHT YEARS, of UNINTERRUPTED UNBROKEN WAR!!

      Quite a guy, that Hopey Changey, am I right?

      Yet of the many ways that he FUBARed things up, weaponizing race is at the top of the list. That’s why you see all these victimhoodies screaming for their gimmee gimmees, and when they don’t get their gimmee gimmees, they scream racism.

      But don’t take my word for it, let’s toss it over toTavis Smiley, who is reportedly Black:

      “Black folk, in the era of Obama, have lost ground in every major economic category.”

      Ah Lefty; so MUCH hypocrisy, so little time!

      The Gotch

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      • richard lesiak says:

        So; what exactly does all your word slobbering have to do with the Madison School Board issue that dave wrote about? Yeah; thought so. Nada.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          @richard lesiak;

          Actually it does, but the the chances of you making the connection on your own are slim-n-none.

          “Slim” just left town and I have neither the interest nor the desire to spoon-feed you along.

          The Gotch

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  4. Lars says:

    Young, Gifted, and Stupid, is accurate, and amusing at the same time.
    The people who read Dave’s blog are old enough {sorry} to catch the drift.
    It has gotten so bad out there, we need a little levity.
    Dave Mahoney graduated 1 year after me, from JMM. he is a shill.
    Keep on keepin on Dave.

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  5. Paula Fitz says:

    Thanks for the mention, David!

    And I’m also disappointed in Sheriff Mahoney. I think the people whom he endorses would probably not hesitate to throw him under the bus in a heartbeat.

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  6. George's Son says:

    YES, Michael ! I’m all in for civility but: 1. Dave never approaches the vehemence of the opposite side. The FB posts when he was running were sublimely uncivil, sometimes scary. Please review & compare. 2. It IS a blog, and thankfully he can call ’em like he sees ’em. 3. “Calling out” is not “mocking”. 4. This segment encouraged you to make a comment -That’s a good start.

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    • Paula Fitz says:

      You said it well.

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    • Michael Mores says:

      You are absolutely right that both sides are hateful. I think we agree on that. This isn’t about Left or Right. The point of my original post was to mention that we should all tone it down. I’m sorry if that wasn’t clear from the beginning.

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      • Patrick M. O'Loughlin says:

        Not to nitpick here Michael, but he did not say that both sides were hateful. What he did say was there was no comparison between invective hurled at Dave on his FB page and his attempts to defend himself both there and here. Perhaps you didn’t read those comments, but trust me, calling somebody stupid would have gone unnoticed.

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      • Batman says:

        Actually Michael, the vast majority of hate continuously spews forth from the Left but one wouldn’t know it if only watching MSNBC/CNN etc. and reading radical regressive Left writing.

        If you are a conservative speaker trying to give a lecture on virtually any publicly funded campus this is glaringly evident. Or if wearing a MAGA hat in public, or out for a meal and harassed, or handing out conservative literature on any campus/street corner, or trying to speak for three minutes at a Madison council/board meeting etc., etc.

        <<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

        Imagine growing up with parents like the ones who revealed them selves after the Whitehorse/Leopold incidents and then reading this white guy blog author considers you stupid. Not the best way to deprogram their indoctrination but quite the opposite.
        Batman has made it clear there is no utility in labeling YG&B stupid and only fuels the narrative the adults around them teach.

        We here (sans the 3 stooges) are fully capable of effectively arguing without stupid kid labels and by doing so provide a potentially penetrating example for any youngster reading this blog. Sometimes planting viable seeds is the only meaningful path.

        P.S. Gotch raises an interesting point Michael. Perhaps you will comment here on the behavior/tactics of our local agitators, that is well documented on this blog site.

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  7. Batman says:

    A more appropriate use of the word stupid applies to those who preach empowering our government even more. Actually REALLY REALLY stupid, historically ignorant, and naïve.

    Thanks for the link Gotch.

    Blacklisted by History: The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy and His Fight Against America’s Enemies
    by M. Stanton Evans

    “Accused of creating a bogus Red Scare and smearing countless innocent victims in a five-year reign of terror, Senator Joseph McCarthy is universally remembered as a demagogue, a bully, and a liar. History has judged him such a loathsome figure that even today, a half century after his death, his name remains synonymous with witch hunts.
    But that conventional image is all wrong, as veteran journalist and author M. Stanton Evans reveals in this groundbreaking book. The long-awaited “Blacklisted by History,” based on six years of intensive research, dismantles the myths surrounding Joe McCarthy and his campaign to unmask Communists, Soviet agents, and flagrant loyalty risks working within the U.S. government. Evans’s revelations completely overturn our understanding of McCarthy, McCarthyism, and the Cold War.”

    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/231155.Blacklisted_by_History

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  8. Jordan Oezer says:

    I’m mostly just sad after reading this blog. And especially after reading the posts afterwards.
    We are just doomed to go on hurling childish at one another? Believe me – I like doing that – and I’m pretty good at it. But what is the point?
    Michael Mores gets it. He is literally reaching out a friendly hand to shake. And mostly what he gets in return are sideways glances and snarky comments from people who say liberals have lost any sense of civility. I’m sure “victimhoodies” doesn’t really mean anything. Wisconsin is chilly. Using that made up word is only a racist term if the person who reads or hears it takes it that way, right?
    How are we going to expect kids to respect one another, or anyone in charge, if we can’t even stop calling one another names every chance we get?

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    • Michael Mores says:

      Thanks for the support, Jordan. I have a six year old son that I’m trying to teach how important respect is, even when you disagree with someone. The fault is on both sides, and the longer we “blame the other side because they’re worse,” the longer, we’ll spiral down this path.

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    • madisonexpat says:

      Your sadness makes me sad. Oh wait, we are adults posting opinions. If a strangers opinion makes you sad then you needed the lesson. God forbid you’re subjected to a mean tweet.

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      • Michael Mores says:

        Is the ‘lesson’ that you should always be too hardened to act like a well mannered person?

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        • AnonyBob says:

          Welcome to Dave’s Circus, Michael. Plenty of (scary) clowns here.

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        • David Blaska says:

          Never any substance, A-Bob. Just invective. What that?

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          “Plenty of (scary) clowns here.”

          While not ”scary,” the second most clueless clown of them ALL is nesting just above!

          The Gotch

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        • madisonexpat says:

          Sir, I am not your young son and I come here to enter a debate and, to borrow a phrase, use some sharp elbows on opposing arguments. I won’t intrude on your lectures to a child but try to understand your audience before you lecture it.

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  9. Batman says:

    “They do this by feigning benevolent concern regarding effectiveness or propriety of the agenda advanced by those they oppose. In this case advocating for passivity in response to the physically aggressive, obscene, and dumb as a bag of hair, Young Gifted and Entitled.”

    The main thrust of your 0545 comment above is accurate Sprocket, just not the part stating M. Mores is a “concern troll.” Mores explains how counter productive it is to label Young, Gifted, and Misguided as stupid. That is not “advocating for passivity” nor is it feigning anything. Mores has made his position quite clear and there is nothing wrong with it.

    Indeed, Madison’ local rabble-rousers have been conducting “the interview” for some years now and are steadily progressing their agenda. They very well understand the guilt saturated timid mindset of Madisonians and capitalize on it. These political/social agitators are more about tearing down than building up.

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  10. Batman says:

    Does anyone know for certain what the participation of Young, Gifted, and Black members has been in disrupting Council/Board meetings, particularly the youngsters?
    Thanks

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  11. madisonexpat says:

    Mr. Mores, if I was to suggest a lesson for your six yr. old it would begin “sticks and stones….

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