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So we have a strike going on at dailykos, but do we honestly have a system that can keep track of who is crossing over that promised they wouldn't post or write anymore?

What are the rules for Hillary Supporters who refuse to strike with other Hillary supporters? This is serious and this needs to be addressed if this strike is going to work! We need to punish those dirty rotten scabs still posting.

Come on people won't you please think of those poor innocent Hillary supporters who are standing out in the cold holding up NO MORE DAILYKOS signs? Those sweet innocent little Hillary Clinton children going to the picket line to help their daddy or mommy hold up the signs or bring hugs knowing they are going to go to bed hungry at night!

I'm so worried about those unpaid bills that are pilling up because people won't write here at dailykos. Yet those good for nothing scabs are crossing the picket line of those sweet and innocent Hillary supporters who have been picked on by those mean Nasty Obama supporter.


It's been less then 24 hours since the strike started and there are already scabs crossing the picket line.

Originally posted to AHiddenSaint on Sat Mar 15, 2008 at 01:11 AM PDT.

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