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Is it time for a peaceful demonstration at your Capital Building?

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Is it time for a peaceful demonstration at your Capital Building?

Post by wlamore on Fri Feb 18, 2011 9:48 pm

Wisconsin's demonstration is in full swing and seems to be getting the public opinion heard. Is this the time for the 15 million unemployed to organize? We have millions of unemployed but most 99ers and soon to be 99ers seem to giving up? Since public demonstrations seem to working world wide to put the Government's on notice, is this not the time we should organize and go to our perspective State Capital building at the same time and day and hold a peaceful demonstration to drive the point home? People I have spoken to have no idea what 15 million people in a group even looks like! It is massive to say the least.

A demonstration of everyone going to Washington is not feasible. However a trip to the State Capital building may work to get our situation heard. Is it worth a try?

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Re: Is it time for a peaceful demonstration at your Capital Building?

Post by Chatmonr on Sat Feb 19, 2011 8:54 am

A peaceful demonstration sounds like a great idea. It may be the only way to be heard.

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Re: Is it time for a peaceful demonstration at your Capital Building?

Post by TR11005 on Sat Feb 19, 2011 2:06 pm

I think what happens in the next few days in Wisconsin's protest is a start. We need to put the Republicans on the spot. WE ARE NOT TAKING IT ANYMORE!!! WE HAVE LOST ALL TRUST IN THEIR LEADERSHIP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

They no longer support the middle class, especially the unemployed and exhaustee/99er. Its take, take, and take. Enough of their greed!

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rally in Boston

Post by dmbishop on Sun Feb 20, 2011 12:17 am


Rally in Boston

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