Friday, November 6, 2009

Walkup Gets Towel-Snapped By GOP

Posted By on Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 9:52 AM

The Weekly's token libertarian, Jonathan Hoffman, delivers this dispatch from the GOP celebration on election night:

Mayor Bob Walkup showed up long enough to give a few interviews and leave. Though a Republican, Mayor Walkup is not very popular with members of the party. He did nothing for the Republican city council candidates, and when asked for an endorsement by Steve Kozachick, he refused saying that if Kozachick lost it wold make it harder for him to work with the Democrats. At one point, while Walkup was speaking with Sate Representative Frank Antenori, a Republican activist shook Walkup's hand and thanked him for all the work he did on behalf of the Republican candidates. When some people began to laugh, Walkup asked Antenori at what were people laughing. Antenori replied, "He was making fun of you, and you deserve it."

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