Tell Wisconsin Governor Walker, the Wisconsin legislature, the Wisconsin Congressional delegation, President Obama, Vice President Biden, Labor Secretary Solis, and members of the media: DON’T EJECT PROTESTERS FROM CAPITOL ON SUNDAY! Kill Gov. Walker’s Bill! No Union Busting! No National Guard or Police! Cancel interest payments to the banks — the real cause of deficits! Education and Union jobs are a right!
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TO: Wisconsin Governor Walker, the Wisconsin legislature, the Wisconsin Congressional delegation
cc: President Obama, Vice President Biden, Labor Secretary Solis, and members of the media
DO NOT EJECT PROTESTERS FROM THE CAPITOL ON SUNDAY!
KILL THE WALKER “BUDGET REPAIR” BILL!
NO UNION BUSTING!
I call upon the Wisconsin State Government and the Governor to reverse the call to eject protesters this Sunday at 4 P.M.
For 12 straight days peaceful protesters: high school and college students, families with children, workers from all of the unions including teachers, state workers, nurses and firefighters have continued a 24 hour presence at the Capitol.
The presence of the people inside is the only way to insure that the politicians and Governor Walker heed the democratic will of the people.
The Capitol belongs to the people! We built it: we paid for it.
On Friday night, police were ordered to lock doors at 9 P.M. and to restrict people from bringing in bedrolls, blankets and air mattresses to make it more difficult for people to maintain their 24 hour people’s lobby.
None of this has daunted the spirit of those who are participating in the occupation.
Many inside are prepared to go to jail if need be.
The time is critical — Governor Walker, the Koch brothers and their rich cronies and all the politicians: know that the whole world is watching!
Stop punitive measures! Defend the democratic right of protesters to stay in the Capitol! Eject Walker instead! Defend workers rights! Kill the bill!
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posted February 26, 2011
Wisconsin Workers and Students Solidarity Petition