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  •  Sorry, Kids but... (6+ / 0-)

    In my day (I am older than playground dirt) we would be thinking about a statewide strike.  If Walker cons his way past this recall you have no other choice than to starve or strike.  Public employees have been too nice.  When the snow plow drivers don't plow, when the schools don't open and public buildings lock their doors perhaps they will get the message.  Let the garbage build up on the curb and just plain shut the state down.  When the private sector can't open their doors, when parents have to pay for child care maybe they will begin to understand how important the public sector is.  During the protests in Madison they repeatedly talked about how nice the public employees were.  STOP BEING SO NICE!  I just don't see any other way when you've been painted into the corner.  Remember Hortonville?  That needs to happen with all public employees statewide at the same time.  What do you have to lose?  Every day it is less.  I am sorry if this offends anyone.  I am the decendent of revolutionaries and I come by it naturally.

    Even Napoleon had his Watergate - Yogi Berra

    by Danosh on Sun Apr 22, 2012 at 03:17:36 PM PDT

    •  STFD, that is what our hats said at in the (2+ / 0-)
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      jamess, TheLawnRanger

      aviation industry.  Shut the ------ down!  It is a tool that shoul remain a viable option.  The power is enormous and it is getting to the point where the line has to be drawn.

      If I could I would "double recommend" your STFD idea.  Maybe it is time to spark the revolution.

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