Aggression may only beget aggression when it comes to political protests, but singing begets smiles…and smiles are open to the message therein: in this case, boo on the conservative Supreme Court—let’s keep corporate money out of politics.
www.targetboycott.org —-Learn more—Take Action—Sign the Petition—-
In January, the Supreme Court ruled that corporations can spend unlimited $$ in our elections.
In July, Target gave $150,000 to the anti-gay, anti-worker candidate for Gov. of MN.
Last week, a quarter million people pledged to boycott Target
Yesterday . . .
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