Monday, February 6, 2017

Trump's America: Adams and Waushara counties, Wisconsin



Source:  Wikipedia

Also of note:
Persons 65 and older (2015)
  • 28.0% - Adams County
  • 23.1% - Waushara County
  • 15.6% - Wisconsin
  • 14.9% - U.S.
Bachelor's degree or higher, percent persons 25 and older
  • 29.8% - U.S.
  • 27.8% - Wisconsin
  • 14.6% - Waushara County
  • 12.8% - Adams County

Source:  CNN

For Wisconsin GOP grassroots, first days of Donald Trump presidency spur optimism, unease.  (Wisconsin State Journal, 2/6/2017)

Wherein the following quote is found....

(emphasis added)

Let's take a look at the latest consequences, Larry.

Literally and metaphorically in the dark.  Aides confer in the dark because they cannot figure out how to operate the light switches in the cabinet room. Visitors conclude their meetings and then wander around, testing doorknobs until finding one that leads to an exit. In a darkened, mostly empty West Wing, Mr. Trump’s provocative chief strategist, Stephen K. Bannon, finishes another 16-hour day planning new lines of attack.

Wonder what McConnell really thinks.  Even before the latest post, Republicans joined Democrats in chiding him. Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader, said it was “best not to single out judges.” “We all get disappointed from time to time,” he said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I think it is best to avoid criticizing judges individually.”

The consequences are already piling up in a big, stinking heap. 

Related post:
As Patriot fans go, so go Trumpsters.  (2/5/2017)

Other Trump's America posts:
McHenry County, Illinois.  (2/5/2017)
Essex County, New York.  (1/29/2017)
Mitchell County, Kansas.  (1/29/2017)
Fayette County, West Virginia.  (1/24/2017)
Williamsport, Pennsylvania, home of the Little League World Series.  (1/24/2017)
Johnson Creek, Wisconsin.  (1/21/2017)
Get me rewrite: Buncha white people in Boone County, Iowa, talk about Trump.  (1/15/2017)
UPDATE. Luzerne County, Pennsylvania is a Trump election success story.  (1/14/2017)
Monticello, Iowa. New York Times joins the search for Trump's America, a very white place.  (1/13/2017)
UPDATE. Boston Globe reporter continues to explore Trump's America, where mostly white people live.  (1/13/2017)

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