Wednesdays 4:30-8:00pm Squat & Gobble, 1 West Portal
Thursdays 5:30-8:00 pm Mission Developing Environments 540 Alabama
(These two I'll be at for sure)
Hillary for President HQ 1001 Van Ness/O'Farrell 9:00 am-9:00pm
(If anyone wants to go to the HQ at any particular time, I'm open.)
I've decided/realized that there is nothing more important than electing Hillary Clinton President of the United States. We're talking about the survival of civilization as we know it.
Reportedly, when Hillary's main opponent was briefed by top security advisors, as all Presidential candidates are, Hillary's opponent asked three times -- THREE TIMES -- if it wasn't possible to use nuclear weapons.
If Hillary Clinton's opponent is elected, I predict we will have a nuclear war with North Korea.
There is a deep soul sickness in our people, caused by crushing growing inequality between the rich and everyone else. We have to attend to this soul sickness, by ending the inequality that causes it. That's easy: TAX THE RICH -- Duh!
But before we do that, we have to elect Hillary Rodham Clinton the first woman President of the United States.
This is the next thing on the plate of all of us. I felt the same way the two times Reagan ran for President. I feared that there would be a permanent change for the worse. And there was.
Please do what you can and continue doing it until the polls close on election day. It's easy. Just go to hillaryclinton.com/events and find something in your zip code. Get a button and wear it all the time. Get 10 buttons and sell them for $1 and donate the money to the campaign. Make people promise to wear them.
In Northern California, some of us are cavassing in Nevada. I plan to do that once. I heard it was grueling.
And forward this to friends. And the friends forward until we have a volunteer army of people who understand we have a choice between two things:
1. The end of civilization as we know it
2. The same old same old with a woman.
I choose #2. I'm asking, I'm begging you to do the same. I'm personally driven by a need to not feel personally guilty if the worse happens.
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