The Forgotten Voice In Wisconsin Politics

"...Without dairy cows, the thump of the heavy metal presses would be silenced in Racine, West Allis and Kenosha, and Milwaukee beer would turn flat in the kegs for lack of customers. The trouble with leadership of both major parties in Wisconsin is that they don't consult the guy on the back forty, and (he) is getting pretty fed up with them.

The guy on the back forty isn't a man to go in for fancy stuff like moral principles. More often than not, he's inclined to the cynical belief that all politicians are crooks."

Leroy Gore
Sauk-Prairie Star (1954)

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