Scott Walker supporters prove nothing is off limits

Now, according to that affable James Wigderson, my work on this blog is:

…about as well-thought out as the drunk ramblings at the end of the bar of Wolski’s at closing time.

Well there you go.

To the rest of you, thanks for reading anyway. 😉


  1. Don’t feel bad. I got some love from the Walker blogger himself:

    I suppose. I just do it to get the information out there. When I criticized Liebenthal, it wasn’t because I took his stuff seriously.

    Too bad he didn’t. He wouldn’t be looking like the fool he is now.

  2. Oh, I’m not terribly upset. This link is the most traffic either of them will see for the week.

    What I don’t understand is why people – and remember, bloggers are people, too – won’t engage in this debate with integrity. I absolutely want the better candidate to serve as Wisconsin’s governor. No doubt you and I will disagree in the end, but we will discuss it with genuine effort.

  3. I still get a crack up when people like Aaron say that we (Milwaukee County First) won’t mean anything or I just have Walker Derangement Syndrome.

    If I was such a harmless oddball, why did Team Walker try to shut me up?

  4. Not that I care enough to look at the link but 1) who is he, 2) how does he know about drunks at the end of the bar unless he frequents the bars or is the drunk?

  5. Capper – good morning, and sorry! I have no idea why your comments aren’t getting straight through.

    RL – James Wigderson is one of the really big important bloggers. Good point about the places he must frequent.

  6. You know, I had a brief thought that for fun a group of us ought to get together and close Wolski’s. We could blog from there.

    But then I saw the 2:00 a.m. time and decided maybe not. I like sleep. Alot.

  7. All references to love of alcohol on Widgerson’s Library & Pub are done strictly in a classy, Republicans at Country Springs sort of way.