Mark Twain Was Wrong About Voting And Brutal LawsMark Twain was well-intentioned, but wrong, when he wrote in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, "Men write many fine and plausible arguments in support of monarchy, but the fact remains that where every man in a state has a vote, brutal laws are impossible." We have learned since Mark Twain's time that having a vote is not enough. People have to actually use their votes. What's more, people need to use their votes after educating themselves on the relevant issues. Brutal laws like the Patriot Act, the Military Commissions Act and the Protect America Act are all too possible, when people cast aside their votes like used grocery bags.
Love One Another (bumper sticker with a peace sign O and a Loving Heart for V)
I'm a Proud Liberal. Are you? Show it!
It doesn't take a lot to stand up as a citizen and speak for change. You can start by wearing this small campaign pin supporting the progressive Barack Obama for President in 2008 in Idaho.
In these days of war upon war upon war, isn't it time that someone spoke the truth? We could all use a bit more peace. Show yourself as one of the West Virginians for Peace with this bumper sticker.
The Progressive American Flag. Stars: progressive iconic symbols. Red stripes: photos of principled American dissent. White stripes: quotes on dissent and patriotism. (Large 23x35 Poster)