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Tue Jun 5, 2012, 04:11 PM

No matter the outcome today what is the next step?

Hopefully Walker is out of office, but does this end all of the issues or will the state be the most divided state in the nation?

If Walker wins (God Forbid), and he is then charged with a crime will it at least be powerless?

If Walker wins (once again God Forbid), will he take that to be a mandate to continue with his plan?



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Reply No matter the outcome today what is the next step? (Original post)
SoutherDem Jun 2012 OP
catbyte Jun 2012 #1
HereSince1628 Jun 2012 #2
SoutherDem Jun 2012 #3
HereSince1628 Jun 2012 #4

Response to SoutherDem (Original post)

Tue Jun 5, 2012, 04:15 PM

1. If Walker wins,

the next best outcome I can think of is if Mahlon Mitchell wins and if Walker is indicted, there will be Governor Mitchell.

AWESOME! (I know--a lot of if's but still...)

I've become a big fan of Mahlon Mitchell after seeing him on the Ed Show.

Cheers!

Diane
Anishinaabe in MI & mom to Leo, Taz & Nigel, members of Dogs Against Romney, Cat Division
"Dogs Aren’t Luggage Even Though They Are Lower Life Forms--HISS!”

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Response to SoutherDem (Original post)

Tue Jun 5, 2012, 04:15 PM

2. The next step is to prepare for the next corporatist assault on middle-class values.

Wherever you live, you should be watching for it, and thinking about what it takes to successfully fend it off.

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Response to HereSince1628 (Reply #2)

Tue Jun 5, 2012, 04:22 PM

3. My state is already right to work

Unions membership is disappearing very quickly.

People who one would think would favor unions complain more about the dues rather than the benefits they got from the union.

People who work in industries which unions are not popular will brag that they don't need a union to have benefits without thinking it was a standard which unions created which have caused there company to give any benefits at all.

Here, in Alabama workers have almost no rights ensured by the government, the few we have are federal e.g. minimum wage, 40 hour work week.

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Response to SoutherDem (Reply #3)

Tue Jun 5, 2012, 04:33 PM

4. Oh, I also meant...public education, medicaid, safe environment, absence of state sponsored

racism and xenophobia, not the whole list, but things like that.

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