Monday, July 23, 2012

The Walker Budget Keeps On Working! Part CXXXII

As I've said time and time again, when Scott Walker took our money out of circulation and gave it to his already filthy rich campaign donors and supporters, that means we have to cut back on the niceties in life, like going out to eat or going to the movies. As a consequence, these businesses suffer:
After decades as a landmark restaurant on the Milwaukee’s East Side, Palermo Villa is closing, according to a report at, a media partner of BizTimes.

"Palermo Villa Restaurant, on Murray Avenue, has closed its doors," owner Kathy Mirenda said in an e-mail. "For 34 years we have been serving our traditional, classic Italian cuisine and pizza. Our long-standing clientele has considered us the place that never changes, and we have always thought that to be a compliment. It has become evident that we can no longer do business as usual. We are closing during these difficult economic times in hopes to recreate and reopen in the future. To all our loyal customers and friends, we thank you for your support and patronage these many years."
Thank goodness that we are experiencing that job explosion Walker promised us would happen after he survived the recall.

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