In an effort to bring Wisconsin back together as Christians, Scott Walker saved Christmas just before the bid to recall him from office, and he is hoping that the effort will prove once and for all that he is the true chosen leader of the state. By reclaiming the Christmas tree from liberals, Walker has brought back the Christmas season to Wisconsin. The citizens had been celebrating a pagan festivus holiday for the past twenty-five years, according to Walker's aides. Walker said, “The New Wisconsin Order will allow Christians to celebrate a Christian holiday that's always been a Christian holiday in a state that's always been a Christian state in a country that was founded by strongly Christian founding fathers, with Christianity as its founding principle. And it says loud and clear that Wisconsin is open for business this Christmas season.”

The Walker administration hopes that re-affirming Christmas will instill a sense of confidence in the state. “Constantine became a Christian and defeated his heathen enemies. And those were Germanic warriors. I think Jesus and our grassroots, family-values groups in Wisconsin can handle a few union thugs,” said Walker of the upcoming recall test. When asked how Christian values have been used in his own decisions in government, Walker said that the Christian value of owning and using a firearm was very important to him. He also stated that shared sacrifice by union employees who are much happier now because they have less is a perfect example of Christian charity. “Unions are all about greed and wanting to get more out of employers than the employers want to give, and Jesus taught us in the parable of the servants from Luke:

 

'But who is there among you, having a servant plowing or keeping sheep, that will say, when he comes in from the field, 'Come immediately and sit down at the table,' and will not rather tell him, 'Prepare my supper, clothe yourself properly, and serve me, while I eat and drink. Afterward you shall eat and drink'? Does he thank that servant because he did the things that were commanded? I think not. Even so you also, when you have done all the things that are commanded you, say, 'We are unworthy servants. We have done our duty.'

 

That pretty much sums it up, I think, because as civil servants, it's the state workers' job to serve. When they all see that Christmas tree, they'll remember the reason for the season and why they should joyfully give back.”

 

Walker also pointed out that retail sales will likely improve this year because the Christmas tree is back, since Wisconsinites will once again exchange gifts and enjoy the merriment of the season. When asked if the Christmas tree will alienate any other religious groups, Walker said, “Some of my best friends are Jewish billionaires, and I think I'd know if a Christmas tree offended them. I'm not offended by their Jewish candle thing. Of course, anyone who's not Christian is going to hell, but that's for God to sort out later.”



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Bradford Beach will soon have to compete with a new beach with similar levels of human feces in the water. The city of West Allis will open the Honey Creek Beach that will replace the failing county-run swimming pools, and allow citizens to bask in the peace and solitude found only near sewage-tainted waters. A recent study conducted by the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District has found that an unexpected level of human feces routinely flows through the Honey Creek, likely resulting from bad sewer pipes, but the levels are not unlike those seen at Milwaukee’s favorite summer lakefront beach, so West Allis officials plan on going ahead with their plans to create the Honey Creek Beach in State Fair Park.
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American Dreaming With Dan Brubus Keep driving your SUVs, people, because we’re about make history! I knew my Lord and savior Jesus Christ was on my side when I decided against going to Miami to take a job with a competitor. “Yeah, the weather sucks here,” I reasoned, “and the girls aren’t nearly as hot, but I can afford a Brookfield mansion for less than a million bucks, and still have enough left over to stock my garage.” Anyhow, the great weather is about to come to me, so I’ll be retiring at about 55 with more money in the bank than you’ll make in a lifetime, and beautiful weather, as well. What do we have to thank for all this? Global warming, of course.

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