I would love to help you on your website, but I’m working on another website as a volunteer, and I think I shouldn’t do more then one volunteer project at a time. I’ll be checking back here to see if another designer picks it up. Rather curious.
Weird. Just checked it out. Seems to be fine. Try again tomorrow or something. And I love that you’re using your unemployment check. That’s fucking poetry!
Okay, I’m back and trying to buy your album through Amazon.
Tells me I can’t do it.
wtf, I want to spend our unemployment check, ya know?
This is going to cost Amnesty International a down grade, just saying. There’s only so many serf dollars to spread around.
ACLU is not yet on the list of cut-offs.
Jack Boots and Batons
In jack boots and wielding batons
They come a hundred strong
Their march echoing the throng
With fierce voice chanting the song:
`Back off – get to where you belong’
Their aim – to intimidate
Their strength – how governments legislate
Their goal – to disseminate
Those who protest and congregate
Black clouds of dust block the light
To keep peering eyes and cameras from sight
To witness those who attempt to fight
For what they know is their right
The strong arm that intimidates
Being their best tactic of late
Is fuel to the rebellion to seal their fate
Turning a dictatorship into a freedom state
THANK YOU SANDY!! Thanks for your kind words. Pleasure to meet you too. Keep fighting, and keep in touch.
p.s. I’m buying your album and sending a stipend.
I am so proud to have met your acquaintance, Lee Camp. Just happened today scanning crooksandliars.com..
One of my favorite youngbloods won a ticket to have dinner with the Yes Men last year. I was so proud to be the neighbor Mom who took him with us on a 70 mile drive to fucking greet George Bush on his fundraising stop in Washington state.
You guys rock!!
Brave and brilliant.
I bow down. 🙂
Thank you Lee Camp for spreading the word about Occupy Wall Street! Heard you on the Stephanie Miller Show recently – love you!
(If you)……… forget the poor
(then you can)… forget the peace
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