Better late than never. We were all set to do
a post earlier today until we got busy with
something else. I cannot believe I’ve forgotten
that much about Ohm’s Law.
Now that the problem is well on its way to being
solved we thought we’d look at another one. We
realize it isn’t real warm in Wisconsin but are
at a loss as to why so many protesters have been
homesteading the Capital building for so long.
This fact lead us to the following conclusions:
At least some of the protesters must have been bused
in from a part of our country that is experiencing
global warming. This would explain their reluctance
to go out into the weather.
At least some of the protesters must be unemployed.
We say this because if they had jobs we’re sure they
would rather stay in motel at night instead of on
the cold marble floor of the statehouse. A motel
would also give them access to a shower.
At least some of the protesters must not have any
friends in Madison. We say this for the same reasons
employed people would get a motel room, except real
friends would also offer you a home cooked meal.
And at least some of the protesters must not have
gotten the memo that no vote can be taken on their
issue due to the AWOL Democrats, or that they aren’t
getting much news coverage.
And some aren’t using your common sense either
because those of us who have to work are wondering
how you can travel to another state and protest for
two weeks without an income.
But please exercise your rights to protest how bad
you have it. The problem you are having is the
average American taxpayer isn’t buying the bull you
Comments are always welcome.