Thom I just called you about ukuncut and usuncut you misunderstood me and hung up on me. I am a loyal listener. As a matter of fact you are my favorite because not only do you inform but you teach. I love your lessons in history. Re: ukuncut and usuncut us is gone and uk has been taken over.
We've all seen "Wash me" on the back of semi trailers and car windows. Workers at loading docks sometimes write messages on dirty trailer doors, neighbors post subtle messages to messy neighbors.
What about starting a grassroots (dustroots?) campaign with "RECALL" instead of "Wash me". I delivers a clear message: Recall the Republicans.
Call it "dust tagging".
The worst that can happen is.... a few right wing cars and trucks get washed more often?
““We are tired of watching as year after year, candidates offer up detailed health care plans with great fanfare and promise, only to see them crushed under the weight of Washington politics, and drug and insurance lobbying, once he campaign is over,” Obama told a campaign audience in Newport News, Virginia, in 2008.”
Shouldn't we charge Tarrifs at the same level as the country puts on goods. For example China puts a 25% tarrif on US goods, Image what would have happen if we imposed a 25% tarrif on all goods from China, or the 100% tarrif South Korea has on our goods.
This is what is happening in Indiana. Can you imagine adding this question to the ISTEp tests? They are going after teachers for posting this question. I called the news station and said the test should be thrown out and any group, no matter how prestigious, that approved this question was not qualified to make any new tests.
I've been following the events in Wisconsin fairly closely.Madison was my dad's hometown and I still have cousins there who've been marching. To answer your previous caller's question, yes, the Packers voiced their support pretty early on.
"The governor is largely doing what he said he'd do: Fix the budget mess without raising taxes or resorting to raids and tricks" What!!!!
Excerpt from, once again, page 197 – 198 of the book “Griftopia” by Matt Taibbi published by Spiegel & Grau: