Ray McInerny, Sr., and his wife Jean, have lived in New Berlin for 32 years. A retired graphic artist, he now paints for his own enjoyment. This blog will attempt to present items of general interest to his New Berlin neighbors.
Like so many months October is filled with important events, mundane days, silly days and historical days. It’s the month of Harvest and celebrations of “October fests,” football and the never-ending baseball series. Most of all, especially here in Wisconsin, we’ve been blessed with wonderful weather. A fantastic entree to the coming winter months.
Here are a few celebrations and events making up the rest of our October Calendar:
What will Tuesdays vote bring? There is a ton of speculation and outright display of absoluteness in some of the prognostications forced on us. through campaign polling.. Tuesday will give us the answer to what the common man in America really wants.
The bewildering onslaught of television, radio and robo-calls directed at the voting public causes one to wonder at the effectiveness of the messages. Most of us are in agreement that descriptions of Washington today are that government is too big and too much. Yet each new message brought to us indicates what a candidate will do "for us." Trouble with that message is that we know too well what many of them will do for us, and to us. Government cannot solve all our problems, nor should it.