Friday, March 11, 2011

Sharpening Those Pitchfork Tines

Well, it's time to get the pitchforks and muck out the barn. . . .

To say that I am pissed off about events in our state Capitol of Madison is a gross understatement.  My fury at the trampling of democracy by Republican TRAITORS in our legislature has at least abated enough for my blood pressure to cool from plasma to a semblance of normalcy.  (My husband went to bed early to get away from me.)  I used to work for a great attorney whose personal mantra was, "Don't get mad; get even."   And my blood is starting to run very, very cold.

If you are awake to the current concerted effort to destroy organized labor in the United States and make ALL people who work SLAVES of corporate interests, here are a few links to goings on in Wisconsin:

Here's a link to buses going to Madison:

Here's a link to events this Saturday and Sunday:

If you aren't a union member but support workers rights, check out We Are Wisconsin.

Here is some information about the recall process in Wisconsin: (Petition) (Summary and FAQ)

I received this interesting link today from an old friend:

And if what the Republicans did was so righteous, why this --

Fox News is reporting that the skulking Republican senators and their families have received death threats. 

Oh.  Really?   I'm a Scorpio. Guess how I feel about that. 

And our intrepid Governor, well, what can you expect:

These events are just little pieces of a terribly complex, multi-layered agenda being levelled against all people in all the world who are not part of the global elite.  (Do your own research here; there's plenty of material on the Internet.)  While our society is entering an extremely dangerous period of time, I would like people to remember that we are witnessing the birth of a new social paradigm.  A new civilization.  A new day.  The clamoring of the globalists are actually THEIR death throes.  Ordinary people all around this world are awakening to the fact that they don't need government to tell them what to do, and they don't need money in order to survive and live with their neighbors.  St. Paul said quite succinctly, "Fear not."  And Christ summed it all up for us:  "The meek shall inherit the Earth."

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