Our man on the street interview
After former mayor Dave Cieslewicz called the current school board “the flat-out worst I have ever seen,” the Wisconsin State Journal ripped out a scheduled editorial for today, April 1, demanding that Michael Gableman investigate whether Tommy Thompson went water skiing at Mar-a-lago. In its place, Madison’s morning newspaper announced that it still isn’t endorsing David Blaska as your write-in candidate for Seat #4 on the Madison school Board.
“Should have got on the ballot,” said editorial page editor Quint Milfred. “Of course, when Blaska did get on the ballot three years ago, we didn’t endorse him then either because he ‘went out of his way to provoke liberals while offering few solutions.’ Restoring discipline in the schools doesn’t count.
“Now he’s provoking liberals like Cieslewicz by drawing attention to the school district’s cuckoo policies,” Milfred continued. “Never mind that opponent Ali Muldrow has proposed no solutions, we just can’t risk sticking our necks out in Woke Madison, if you know what I mean.”
In the same edition, education reporter Elizabeth Beyer reported the she found Blaska’s “conservative talking points used by candidates nationwide that include instituting law and order in schools” on a laptop left at one of Brenda Konkel’s burned out tiny shelters. “We thought conservatives were still using mimeograph machines.”
The Policy Werkes told our unpaid intern to hit the troubled streets of Madison WI to ask the usual assortment of idiots and malcontents:
Why are YOU voting Blaska for school board?
“Because you just can’t guilt trip the man. We know, we’ve tried!”
“You know the thing about a conservative…he’s got lifeless eyes, black eyes, like a doll’s eye. When he provokes ya, he doesn’t seem be living, until he riles ya and the black eyes roll over white.”
“Because Blaska won’t be intimidated, unlike Gloria Reyes.”
“You wouldn’t happen to have seen my laptop, wudja? Had my CRT lesson plans.”
“I identify as the walrus, Goo goo g’joob!”
“Please don’t hurt me. Someone, please, call the police.”