From Swammy knows all-gets headache!
Tim “the cleaner” Burgess for his part in the “unsafe streets initiative” which had started a street war in Seattle and his part in the “panhandlers demise”.
Jean “golden oldie” Godden for her whining and sniveling about homeless.
Sally “Im on it” Clark for her brown nosing Greg Nickels (If Greg had suddenly stopped, she would have been sucked up into his….)
Governor Christine “wicked witch of the west” Gregoire
-for stopping key legislation aiding the homeless and our tent cities.
-taxing cigarettes and tobacco products.
-failure to establish fair and affordable housing (she only planned to build a lame-300 units, statewide DOT sweeps and criminalizing homeless.
The Homeless Underground urges the homeless not to vote in the current municipal election in either city.
The final report will be issued on December 15th, 2008.
Recently, an alternate American effort began targeting voters who are tired of the political drama, lack of voice-basically tired of getting raped. Politicians recently decided to bailout corporate America while families continue to lose their homes. There is no value in politics. Everyone loses.
Recent videos supporting voting had a negative effect-4 Million registered voters will not vote. Operation Wrench will now become a national effort-the ultimate tool for political accountability.
New Jersey 18,205
Homeless Votes 133,274
Figures represents those who will not vote this election period.
Qualified Homeless Voters are posted in a separate category.
MAKE A STATEMENT!
STOP ALL MOTION!
Despite the fact, that there is a division in Hollywood about whether you should vote or not, the recent National attention over the Washington State elections caused an increase in “Don’t Vote” participants not exceeding 45% of undecided voters. Though, this wasn’t a very significant increase, because these figures are based on form mail outs and returns, not calls and emails. Based on that information, Illinois and Washington State ranked highest in the Talley, followed by Texas, Tennessee and Massachusetts. Only sixteen-percent of those figures are street homeless.
Brace yourselves, expect the elections to be challenged again like bad children who cannot play together, by both the Democratic and Republican parties. The recent discovery by “KIRO-TV” just tainted another election. KIRO TV recently discovered that there were flaws remaining in the Washington State Voter Database. Expect costly lawsuits and hand recounts when budgets are stretched tight.
This can be good thing.
Get Attention. Stop all motion. Just Don’t Vote!
This Response is posted on TWUSEA Website:
For Immediate Release
Issued: 17 OCTOBER, 2008.
Released: 18 OCTOBER, 2008.
SUBJECT: NICKELSVILLE AND APPLICATION OF THE CONSENT DECREE; NULLABLITY OF THE CONSENT DECREE FOR THE LACK OF GOOD FAITH BY THE CITY.
FACTS OBTAINED BY THE HOMELESS UNDERGROUND; THIS WAY UP, SEATTLE AND THE VETERANS FOR A BETTER AMERICA.
WE RECOGNIZE THE FOLLOWING FACTS OF RECORD:
1. THE CITY ENTERED IN AN AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN SHARE AND WHEEL TO ALLOW THE DEVELOPMENT OF TENT CITY 3 IN A LAWSUIT FILED BY PROPONENTS SUPPORTING THE FORMATION OF TENT CITIES FOR THE HOMELESS BY ATTORNEYS FOR EL CENTRO DE LA RAZA V. CITY OF SEATTLE FOR SHARE WHEEL.
2. THAT SINCE THE ORDAINMENT OF THAT UNION, THE UNION HAS BECOME TAINTED BY THE CITY OF SEATTLE WHOM FREQUENTLY, CONSISTENTLY AND VEHEMENTLY VIOLATED THE GOOD FAITH CLAUSES BY PROMULGATING ATTACKS ON THE HOMELESS AT LARGE, THROUGH THE APPLICATION OF LAWS THAT SPECIFICALLY TARGET HOMELESS FOR ARREST; THEIR FAILING TO RECOGNIZE THE GUARANTEES OF CIVIL LIBERTIES OF VETERANS AND AMERICANS UNDER THEIR CHARGE; AND, FAILING TO PROTECT AMERICA’S MOST VULNERABLE THROUGH CONTINUED SUPPORT OF SHARE WHEEL IN THEIR CONTINUING EFFORTS BY REDUCING AND DIMINISHING FUNDS FOR THAT AGENCY AND WHILE PROMOTING OTHER AGENCIES.
3. THE ADMINISTRATION OF AN ATTRITION CAMPAIGN THAT SOLELY TARGETED SHARE WHEEL, IT’S HOMELESS PARTICIPANTS AS A FORM OF MEANNESS BY THE CHIEF CITY ADMINISTRATOR, MAYOR OF SEATTLE, GREG NICKELS WHOM HAS DEMONSTRATED CONTEMPT FOR THE HOMELESS AT LARGE FOR THE LAST EIGHT YEARS.
4. THE FAILURE OF CITY TO DEVELOP SHELTERS, ADEQUATE OUTREACH, EDUCATION FOR THOSE WHO HAVE FAILED TO RECOGNIZE THE NECESSITY FOR THOSE SERVICES.
5. INCONSISTENCY AS TO RECOGNIZE THE VALIDITY AND NECESSITY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF TENT CITIES PRIMA-FACIE THE DEVELOPMENT OF SHELTERS WHICH SAVES THE CITY OF SEATTLE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS ANNUALLY.
6. THE MAYOR OF SEATTLE ABUSED HIS POWERS OF OFFICE AS THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE U.S. MAYORS COUNCIL IN ACCELERATING, CONSPIRING TO, URGING OTHER CITIES TO ENGAGE IN THE DIMINUTION OF SHELTER DEVELOPMENT, TENT ENCAMPMENT SWEEPS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROMOTING THE NEEDS OF OTHER IN THE CITY(S) IN KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON STATE AND THE UNITED STATES.
WE DEMAND THE RESIGNATION OF THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE, DEPUTY MAYOR OF SEATTLE, HUMAN SERVICES DIRECTOR AND THE DEPUTY HUMAN SERVICES DIRECTOR IMMEDIATELY.
TWUSEA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR THE NATIONAL HOMELESS UNDERGROUND
AEGIAN BOARD FOR VETERANS FOR A BETTER AMERICA
Doc: It still amazes me that bullying someone to vote isn’t a crime. Our Wrench update will be coming Monday October 20, 2008. The update will include latest figures on the war on the homeless vote.
Issue date: 10/17/08 Section: Opinion
The Ink Well Online
Don’t vote. People will try to guilt you into it, but stay strong and resist. I’m talking to all of you who don’t feel strongly about either presidential candidate, not just those 80 undecided idiots seated at Tuesday’s town hall-style debate. Those people just crave attention and are way too proud of skimming enough Google News headlines to formulate a question. Give each a hug and a Debate Attendee diploma and I bet they’ll pick a candidate real fast.
Voting is not an act of charity. It doesn’t help anyone else. It’s an entirely selfish act of expressing your opinion and asking for policies you want. If your mere opinion added to our nation’s well-being, it would be patriotic to take telemarketing calls. And I’d read the e-mails you send me.
A high voter turnout doesn’t make our democracy work better. Canada typically has a turnout of more than 75 percent, and it has yet to pick a leader anyone’s heard of. If voting truly helped other people, you’d get an orange drink and cookies along with that “I voted” sticker.
Almost half of those who are eligible won’t vote this year, and that nonparticipation is a legitimate expression of feelings about our political system. You’ll be saying that none of the contenders convinced you but that your vote is available next time to someone who does. It’s what I say every week to “American Idol.”
Organizations that try to increase voter turnout — Rock the Vote, HeadCount, the New Voters Project, the League of Women Voters and the Dorky Self-Important Guy Whose Office Is Near Yours — will try to guilt you into casting a ballot. Most will use the scare technique of telling you that if you don’t vote, you will forfeit your right to complain, which, if there had just been some Jews at the Constitutional Convention, would have been ensured by an 11th Amendment.
But I’m pretty sure that not voting is the safest way to assure your right to complain. Because if you do vote, the odds are slightly better than even that you’re going to vote for the winner, which will ruin your ability to gripe about him. If I were John McCain, I’d put all my money behind ads that say, “Vote for me so you can complain for the next four years.”
Last week, a heap of celebrities appeared in an online video, self-produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, sarcastically telling people not to vote. After DiCaprio, Ashton Kutcher, Natalie Portman, Usher, Demi Moore, Tobey Maguire and Ellen DeGeneres told you not to vote, Courteney Cox asked, “Who cares about your children’s education?” Jamie Foxx added, “Who cares about global warming?” Halle Berry: “Don’t vote. Unless you care about health care.” Forest Whitaker mentioned welfare and the minimum wage, and Dustin Hoffman talked about gay rights and abortion rights. Then they all pretended they were going to wait around on screen until you click over to a site that will register you to vote. The superior, self-satisfied tone of the video not only made me not want to vote for president, it caused me to throw away my Writers Guild awards ballot.
Such campaigns to increase voter registration all seem disingenuous because they are. There’s a reason all the organizations trying to increase the number of voters are full of liberals. It’s because poor people, minorities, the undereducated and the young are the least likely to register; the higher the turnout among those groups, the better the Democrats do. The reason no one is trying to “Country Music the Vote” is because George Strait fans already vote. We don’t “Rap the Vote” because the only words that rhyme with “vote” are the Democratic-unfriendly “Swift boat,” “zygote” and “sports coat.”
But it’s not only the political scheming of Democrats. The entire ruling class wants you to vote for the same reason dictators claim a 100 percent turnout: Casting a ballot tricks you into believing you have as equal a stake in the power structure as the rich and connected. It’s a basic political-science axiom that citizens are less likely to revolt if they feel they determined who gets to look down Arianna Huffington’s blouse at political soirees.
So feel free not to vote. Just remember, if so many groups’ main objective really were to strengthen democracy, America would have gotten rid of the electoral college by now.