On Saturday the Tea Party Express rolled into Milwaukee for a rally.
The only problem?
The rally wasn’t held in the City of Milwaukee, and for that matter it wasn’t even held in Milwaukee County.
You see, when the folks from the Tea Party Express say they’re holding a rally in Milwaukee, what they really mean is they’re holding a rally at a park in the village of Thiensville, which is located in Ozaukee County. After all, what sense would it make to hold a Milwaukee rally in Milwaukee?
I’ve got my own theory on why the Tea Party Express chose to hold their “Milwaukee” rally outside of Milwaukee, but I’d like to hear what you think. What’s your opinion on why the Tea Party Express avoided Milwaukee like the plague and held their “Milwaukee” rally in a village that isn’t even located in Milwaukee County?
Oh, and if you’d like to read more about the Tea Party rally held in “Milwaukee” this weekend, Lisa Mux from the Waukesha Wonk blog has a great writeup over at her blog.