Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Q's campaign signs.

I live near Steve's house and pass his signs every day.  They don't bother me, they aren't an eyesore, and there are quite a few of them.  It's also his right to display these signs as a sign of support for his preferred candidates and as a way to thumb his nose at a stupid City ordinance.

Who cares?  It's an Election season!  If he had a few Scott Harshbarger '98 signs, it would be an issue.  All the signs are current, and they will probably be down right after the election.

The City should back off and let the First Amendment live.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Occupy Worcester

I spent the afternoon on the Worcester Common with about 150-200 people interested in beginning a Worcester chapter of the Occupy Wall Street.  The general theme was decidedly non-partisan and full of hope for a better America.  Participants recognized that the two party system has created a government led by the highest bidders working on behalf of the biggest spenders, without best ideas and definitely without the best interests of all its citizens in mind. 

Where will it go from here?  The only ones who know will be the ones to show up.

There will be a General Assembly on Monday, October 10th at 5 PM.  Come speak your mind!