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And WI couldn't have done it with out you. Shout out for all those outside agitators who sent Ian's Pizzas. The Union brats. Those that brought water and hot chocolate and Et Vous Pres coffee. We have had so much help. Time. Money. Food. WI are so thankful. WI have the big recall that WI have been chomping at the bit for coming up as soon as November. Some o-pine-ers say that it won't be successful if WI do it during the holidays. Methinks that is the perfect time.
Let us dream under the squiggle....
I am dreaming of a Tractorcade II in every small town in WI. A weekend after Thanksgiving with solidarity for farmers, teachers, union and non-union alike. Our grass roots supporters coming together with an opportunity to sign the recall petition. WI would be at the malls and movie theaters. On public property, of course. It can be a way to give to the communities if WI have a food drive along with petition signing. "Can Scott Walker". Bring canned goods for your local food bank.
Let us show Scottie just how tired of recalls WI are by getting twice the signatures needed, in half the time. WI fish through ice. WI can do this.
I am so proud of you all and the nation is proud of us. WE all have so much to be thankful for. Let us have a true Thanksgiving.