14 thoughts on “If You Don’t Like Your Own City…

  1. Well, both cities are populated by smug intolerant leftist types. Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference.

  2. I realize that both cities are victims of brain-dead, lock-step leftism, mis-placed budget priorities, emasculated mayors, bad weather and Obama-fever. But is there something deeper going on here?

    Norwegis envy?

    An evil plot by Megabus?

  3. Skylines are scenic. Minneapolis has one. No city in Wisconsin really does, including Milwaukee, to say nothing of Madison.

  4. Reminded today of why I hate Madison so much….one of their anti-Christian hate groups filed another lawsuit to ban prayers at The Messiah’s little DC event later in January.

    And they are equal opportunity haters. A couple of years ago, the city council voted on boycotting Jew made goods (aka Israel origin). Only was defeated after word got out about the upcoming vote and they got large international attention over the vote.

  5. The website developer couldn’t find a non-copyrighted picture. So instead of asking the city for one or coming out and taking a picture, they get a stock photo of Minneapolis for their placeholder. Guess they figured the yokels would never notice.
    Like all educated types East of the Hudson, they take the attitude of “all those Midwestern cities look the same from the window of a first class seat on the way to L-A, so whats the diff”.
    It’s for the Wisconsin State Government Accountability Office yet they outsource from a web site developer in Connecticut (home of Friend of Angelo, Chris “Countrywide” Dodd) a state website upgrade (maybe all the locals were tied up working for free for The One?).
    Democrats control the State Senate, the State Assembly and the Governor is a Democrat. Since I’m merely a comment troll and like an AP reporter don’t do research, is there a connection between the developer and the Dem’s?
    Can’t wait until the government supplies, er outsources one size fits all universal health care.

  6. Seflores whimpered: “Like all educated types East of the Hudson, they take the attitude of “all those Midwestern cities look the same from the window of a first class seat on the way to L-A, so whats the diff”.”

    Nothing’s more entertaining than your Midwestern inferiority complex.

  7. Midwesterners generally believe they are competent to own firearms. Doesn’t sound like they have an ‘inferiority complex’ to me.

  8. “Skylines are scenic. Minneapolis has one. No city in Wisconsin really does, including Milwaukee, to say nothing of Madison.”

    Actually, Madison has a cute little skyline if you take the John Nolen Drive exit off the Beltline and drive towards downtown.

  9. cute little skyline

    That’s damning with faint praise, no? I’m from Wisconsin, Ned. I’ve seen the Madison skyline many times, including coming up from John Nolen Drive.

  10. Agreed. Although I wasn’t born in Madison, I spent my formative years there. I just have a soft spot for the place.

  11. “I just have a soft spot for the place.”

    Yup. That’s what happens when one maintains a close proximity with lefty assnozzles for an extended period. It’s called the “kool-aid syndrome”.

    A few days wearing a stretchy knit cap while maintaining your distance from moonbats will allow the cranium to re-harden…no harm done. On the other hand, if left untreated the brain will start leaking out, leaving one thinking that dressing up like a clown and voting for circus acts is the mark of good citizenship.

  12. John Wayne Gacy boasted: “Nothing’s more entertaining than your Midwestern inferiority complex”. I’ve heard that you can stay entertained with a busload of cub scouts for quite a while. Thanks for the praise, AC.

  13. Well, to be fair, Swiftee, Madison isn’t all lefty assnozzles. And when you’re college age, there are few towns that are more fun. And you know better than anyone else how many lefty assnozzles there are wandering ’round these parts.

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