Tuesday, February 7, 2017

What would you do if your county sheriff, a top law enforcement officer, said shit like this?

Quoted in Milwaukee sheriff's star rises, but he remains polarizing.  (Chicago Tribune, 2/5/2017)

I gotta admit that when I read this quote, I immediately thought of this Neil Young classic workout.  For all the wrong reasons.

But then Clarke -- much richer now, I hear -- is Milwaukee County Sheriff for all the wrong reasons.

"Cowgirl in the Sand", clocking in at 10:06, is the final cut on Neil Young's Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, which debuted on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart for the week ending June 21, 1969.  It spent 98 weeks on the chart and peaked at #34.

Related posts:
Meet the 3 Stooges who introduced Donald Trump at yesterday's rally in Green Bay.  (10/18/2016)
UPDATE. Reworking Dion: David, David, he's not elated... (10/8/2016)
Picked up by USA Today: Self-aggrandizing sheriff defends Confederate monument.  (5/4/2016)
They love the bloviating Milwaukee County sheriff at FOX News.  (3/14/2016)
Seriously? Parking the sheriff's squad car is in a Captain's job description?  (11/13/2015)
Rebecca Bradley and the company she keeps (The David Clarke edition).  (11/8/2015)

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