Friday, October 7, 2011

So much to say, so little time

It has been a very busy week here in Madison.  Even busier than what is has been during this wild and freaky year fighting the evil of Scott Walker and his corporate masters.  Rumors and cops are flying all over the capitol building this week.  It is impossible to keep up with it all.  The federal investigation into Walkers previous, most previous, and current campaign (against the recall) is getting closer to landing some folks in the penitentiary.

Senator Lazich is introducing her 'pro-rape, pro-sexual assault' legislation in hopes of having a very profound affect on our children's futures.  Grothman is still doing his dangerous dance with blatant racism and is bound to slip up very soon.  Nass is preparing a bill that would seem to have the effect of forcing visiting students and immigrants, and descendants of recently arrived immigrants to swear allegiance to neo-conservative principles and political theory..

Some national groups representing the 99% are here and we are planning some big things for the near future.  Of course we are less than a month away from the beginning of the recall efforts against the governor and lieutenant governor.

OccupyMadison gets things kicked off today with a prelude to occupation/organizing event all weekend long at Reynolds park.  And of course the media boycott here in southern Wisconsin is becoming larger by the day.  There is so much going on I have little time to report.  But I will be catching you all up over the weekend as I report from Reynolds park in solidarity with OccupyMadison.  For those of you who don't know, the number of occupied and soon to be occupied cities is approaching 900.  Solidarity forever.

On Wisconsin!    FORWARD!!!!

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