Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my sweets!  How are you?  Are you surviving the stay-at-home order?  Will the order be eased?  Who knows?  Not even me.  When I try to predict the future of politics, I'm always at a disadvantage.  I hate politics, almost as much as I hate COVID-19.  This darn virus has screwed up everything, just like politics screw up everything.  Look at Ms. Sandy Weidner.  She's been abused by the system from the start.  The lying pigs that run Racine tried to silence her with corrupt judicial rulings.  More and more lies followed, propagated mostly by our City Attorney, Scott 'Shyster' Letteney.  We're paying a Milwaukee lawyer six figures to defend Letteney from taking responsibility for his actions.  My God, he's the City Attorney - can't he defend himself?

You can read the latest about this case here:  Where does the city find the money to pay for these lying proceedings?  I thought we were broke.  It's funny how Mr. Mayor Cory 'Butterball' Mason always manages to find the funds for his desires, but he cannot find them for the taxpayers' desires.  What a corrupt swine!  Oink, oink, Mr. Mayor.

What a nasty start to my blog.  Obviously, I'm in a bad mood.  I don't think that I can spend another day holed up at home with that unguided missile, Junior.  He's literally bouncing off of the walls.  I send him out to run around the block regularly, but it doesn't seem to sap his energy.  Teenagers are almost indestructible.  I'd like to tie Junior to a stationary exercise bicycle and connect the bicycle to an electric generator.  I bet that Junior could light up a big piece of Racine.

Of course, Señor Zanza is a prince during these trying times.  He prepares and cooks meals.  He keeps the house sanitized.  He reminds us to practice social distancing.  I couldn't ask for a better man around the house.  I must have done something right in my past to deserve such an angel.  Thank You, God, for Señor Zanza.  Thank You, thank You, thank You.

No thanks for the RUSD referendum recount, conducted by those who stand to benefit the most from the referendum's passage.  What horse-poop!  RUSD decided what absentee votes were allowed and which weren't, then they destroyed the evidence so that there is no way to check their numbers.  They broke out champagne after the recount!  The most crooked referendum in a long line of election irregularities in Racine.  Who's going to pay for all of this?  As more and more taxpayers leave Racine for greener pastures, 'Butterball' better pull a lot more money out of his big butt.

Finally, I'd like to comment on all of the supposed development and redevelopment projects in Racine.  Unfortunately, 90% of them will fail, or, more likely, never get off of the ground in the first place.   Three different hotel projects have been announced for downtown Racine.  Have you ever been downtown in the daytime?  It's a ghost town.  If it weren't for the bars, downtown would be deader than a door nail.  I don't see how drunks can support three hotels, but maybe they will all need a place to sleep it off.  Just get used to announcements of big projects in downtown, but nothing ever coming of them.  Wasn't the old YMCA building across from the Journal Times building supposed to be made into apartments?  It looks like the new owners got wind of what a mess Racine is.

Finally, my dears, here is another YouTube video, this one entitled, "Watch 1950s Teens Rebel Against Society's Rules."  Oh my, they are such naughty teens: 

It's only eight minutes long, plenty of time for a revolution.

Well, it's time to say goodbye for now.  I love every one of you, with all of my heart.  Thank you for reading my blog, and thank you for being you.

Please be sure to respect one another.  It's our best hope for peace.
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