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Madison Restaurant Tells Governor Walker To Leave!

February 25, 2011

I am glad that there are some who are not afraid to tell Governor Scott Walker exactly where he can go.  In this case….out of a Madison restaurant.

After the union-assaulting Wisconsin Governor thought it would be a good idea to step out last Friday night  (Feb 18th) for some food he was greeted with boos and chaos from others who had gathered in downtown Madison.    One of the bartenders working at the establishment spoke of the disturbance that Walker was making by his very presence, and the owner then asked the Governor to leave.

That must have been an unexpected upcommance for Walker.  I bet there was some un-Christian language coming from this son-of-a-preacher-man’s mouth as his shoes hit the sidewalk…….

(I wonder if Walker heard the applause as he was forced to leave?)

Since I have no desire to aim critics at the restaurant I will leave the name out of this post, but plan to be at their eatery this week and let them know I applaud their move.

Love local control…….

  1. Stephanie Theos permalink
    March 5, 2011 11:28 PM

    Thank you for keeping us informed.

    Stephanie Theos

  2. Littleengine permalink
    March 2, 2011 8:42 AM

    Actually, as a frequent marcher to the Capitol to protest the governor’s horrible budget and policies, this makes me sad. I wish, instead, that restaurant-goers had politely approached the governor’s table and talked to him or his associates about what’s wrong with what he’s doing, and if that made his meal extremely unpleasant or impossible, so be it. I am just depressed by the thought that our beautiful and congenial community is at risk of becoming so divided and hostile. There simply must be a peaceful and civil way to effect change.

  3. chuck permalink
    March 1, 2011 9:06 AM

    Is the restaurant in question a union shop? I wonder if the pizza shop getting so much publicity is a union shop?

  4. Gwen permalink
    February 27, 2011 9:57 AM

    You might be interested in this Huffington Post article. I will NOT shop at Home Depot anymore!

  5. Dave permalink
    February 26, 2011 7:41 AM

    Social shunning is perhaps the most effective way to change behavior in others. All restaurants should refuse to serve the Wanker ™ and the rest of the republicans working at the capitol. A useful way to help this along would be to provide a set of pictures of the repubs to all the workers at local eateries and drinkeries (is drinkery a word?). That way, they could recognize the trash that seeks to destroy Wisconsin and serve (or not serve) them accordingly.

    Know your enemy!

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