Thursday, January 1, 2009

In 2008, Republicans in Wisconsin Tried to Silence the Will of its Citizens

It's time to look back again to the beginning of 2008, when Wisconsin's Republican Assembly majority passed a bill banning state residents from including resolutions that dealt with national issues. After all, what do "we the people" know about such things? Why should we be able to send a message locally or statewide to our national politicians showing them where we stand on U.S. policy?

You will love this audio from state Representative "snarlin'" Marlin Schneider, lambasting the conservative authoritarian majority for their unabashed elitism.

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