We have a few theories
We remain intrigued by the Far Left’s challenge against incumbent Ald. Sheri Carter in District 14 on the city’s south side. They’re putting up Brandi Grayson, the cop-hater with a bullhorn.
Madison progressives define “insurrection” depending on who is doing the insurrection-ing. Fire bombing the city-county building isn’t sedition? Wrecking the Capitol grounds? Chasing the elected school board into the night?
⇒ “Brandi Grayson will determine your degree of racism.” (While you wait? Does she have no-contact drive-through?)
Grayson belongs on the Common Council because her “theoretical foundation is centered on Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome.” Or so we are told by a supporter in the 01-14-21 WI State Journal. This supporter is no doubt suffering from Post-Traumatic Glacial Erratic Rock Syndrome.
Blaska wonders if he has a theoretical foundation. If we ever had a mantra we’ve forgotten it. Still trying to figure out Facebook. We did have a slogan, stolen from the great stage actress Lynn Fontaine: “I can be bought, but I cannot be bored.” We’ve replaced it with: “Don’t piss me off!”
- We hear that Ald. Barbara McKinney Harrington suffered a medical incident last night 01-13-21. Undergoing heart surgery today. A speedy recovery is in order.
- About Covid-19, we’re at the stage where if you’ve got an arm, hold it out and get the shot. Enough wasting time on who should stand where in line.
- About that Impeachment, Part 2. It is never going to be sent over to the Senate. Pelosi has made her point. Trump and his hardcore couldn’t resist feeding ammunition.
- Do watch Disney/Pixar’s movie Soul. Heart-warming, funny, futuristic, and lovable animation. An uplifting, It’s a Wonderful Life kind of message. That’s our good news for the day.