Saturday, December 3rd, 2016
Politics shaken, not stirred
Photos by Jerry Broitzman:
Back then I would often raise the gold standard
We were the party of no back then, too
I’m not sure what I would even say to that boy now. Of course, he wouldn’t listen to me anyway.
Thanks Jerry. I think.
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Posted by James Wigderson on Tuesday, September 7, 2010 at 10:33 pm Filed under Library & Pub · Tagged with College Republicans, UW-Milwaukee, UWM TImes
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Oh my. I love it.
Oh to be that young (among other things) again.
By the way, I suspect there were at least a half dozen liberals drinking with us that night, as was often the case.
Liberials always make the best drinking buddies…makes for interesting conversation!!!
Only if you leave the drinking to them and just listen. After they’ve talked themselves into circles, then you HAVE to start drinking!
Perhaps the guy in the back is a liberal: better-dressed, drinking a dark beer.
James Wigderson Reply:September 9th, 2010 at 6:52 pm
I don’t know his politics. He was a bartender.
I always thought Bill Clinton would make a good drinking buddy. He’s a good story teller. He’d be a smooth talker with the ladies, and if there was a chubby one in the group, Bill would be all over her.
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