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02/22/2011

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Jennifer

Ummm... Isn't that what the union dues are for? Or did they spend it all on campaign funding for the democratic party/ politicians.

Megan Cornish

I want to donate for this fight but I'm getting an "invalid entry" error instead of getting through to PayPal!

R. W. Massi

No, we spent it all on trying to save little girls from having to work sixteen hours a day, six days a week in lung-cancer causing textile factories run by billionairs like the Koch brothers funding the union busting operations in Wisconsin.

Frederick Sweet

This is coming to you from Sarajevo, Bosnia where my wife and I ... both American university teachers ... are spending the next three months doing research on genocide that occurred here during 1992-1995.

As teachers, we support the brave women and men of Madison Wisconsin who strengthen national security by teaching the nation's children. The cynical attempt by the Wisconsin governor and his Republican henchmen to degrade the Madison public school teachers to beaten down wage slaves by stealing their RIGHT to bargain collectively is an ideological danger sign for all Americans (except the 1% super rich, betraying their own country by using their Republican tax break money to invest in profitable Chinese coolie labor).

I for one will donate $50 by PayPal to support the teachers' strike. They must be supported because if they fall then all America will fall under the tyranny of the hand full of billionaires who sell out their country and countrymen for more, and ever more money.

HANG IN HERE MADISON TEACHERS UNTIL YOU WIN BACK YOUR DEMOCRATIC RIGHT TO COLLECTIVELY BARGAIN FOR DECENT WAGES, BENEFITS, WORKING CONDITIONS, AND YOUR HUMAN RIGHTS.

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the Worker Defense Fund.

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Agree with comment above my!

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