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Reply #269: I also think jamming up the works would work. [View All]

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Cleita Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jul-20-11 11:24 AM
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269. I also think jamming up the works would work.
How about getting a force of cars to cause a traffic jam at the entrances to the airports in DC that the Congress goes to to get out of town on those days and at the times they leave? Yes put signs on the cars stating that we are disgusted with what they did the last session like the bill they passed last night the Cut, Cap and Balance act. By the time police clear the jam, they will have missed their planes and would have to take a second flight. In the meantime the protestors are gone. No one to arrest. Do stuff like this enough times and they will get the message and it will scare them. There is no need for violence, just arrive, gum up the works of business as usual and get out before the arrests begin.
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