It’s a great dispatch from the front lines of the recall signature gathering in Milwaukee, Greendale, and Franklin.
Part of me wishes I really did need to “Get a f****** job” like so many right-wingers have been screaming at me for the past two weeks – then I would have more time to volunteer and collect signatures to remove Walker from his perch. But work and family come first, and since my kids were suffering from strep throat the ENTIRE Thanksgiving holiday weekend, I could not get out as much as I wanted to. When I do make it outside however, I try squeeze every signature out of every person with at least a little bit of common sense left in Milwaukee. (In other words, people who don’t listen to 620 WTMJ or watch Fox News)
I pack my little Hyundai full of signs, signs that have to be held, signs that lean against poles, signs that have to be hung around necks, signs that can be taped to tables, signs that reflect light, signs that get heavy after three hours of holding them, signs that smell like paint and give me a damn headache, signs that are made of cheap particle board and give me slivers . . . you get the picture.
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