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So far, we’ve done sets of posters about the election, War on Women, War on Workers, Planned Parenthood, Occupy, crazy liberal ideas, the Wisconsin rebellion, your gov’t at work, healthcare reform, marriage equality, legalizing marijuana, rethinking oil, voting, and anything else about this moment in time. You can see some samples below, and links to all of our posters at the right near the top.

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So far, our posters have appeared on thousands of blogs, and we’ve gotten some interesting comments along the way.

Most of the peeps who like them just reblog and share them with their friends. People who are moved to comment are often angered by the posters, and it’s quite interesting to hear what their take is.  Here is a sampling for you. (You can see our full set  of 200+ screen grabs here.)

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Labor

New Poster: “Union-Busting is Un-American.”


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As we celebrate Labor Day, it’s worth remembering that our nation was built by small freeholders opting out of a society ruled over by an entrenched aristocracy. Why would we now want to recreate the kind of culture where a few wealthy fats cats lord it over a population of helpless serfs?

Any construction we can put together that helps counter-balance the power of extreme wealth is a good thing. Unions are one of the ways that we, the people, can flex our muscle in the face of bullying by those who inherit great wealth and spend their lives resting on the backs of those who work for a living.

To download a hi-res version of this poster for printing, just click on the image above.

To see other free posters about the War on Workers, click here.

Conservative, Labor, Republican, Tea Party

New Talking Points: “Labor Peace is a Crazy Liberal Idea”


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A new guest post by Dr. William Turner. Visit his web site

Everyone’s favorite new, “libertarian” United States Senator, Rand Paul, has taken to distributing a petition in support of his “Right to Work Act,” stating, inter alia, that “This forced unionism breeds violent strikes.”  With this statement, Paul demonstrates nothing but his profound ignorance of U.S. history.

Read the post

America, Labor, Liberal

Photos from the “We Are One” Rallies Today


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Today there were more than a thousand “We Are One” rallies across the United States. Political Loudmouth went to the rally in San Francisco, and PL readers are sending in their pix as well, from Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Washington, British Columbia, Connecticut, and other places. Snuggle into the unity, brothers and sisters!

And if you have some to share, please email them to PLoudmouth@comcast.net. Thanks! And hugs to all!

Click here to see the photo album

Labor, Republican

Nationwide “We Are One” Rallies on Monday: Be There or Be Square!


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Today, the rights of working people are under attack as never before. Join us to make Monday, April 4, 2011, and the days surrounding it, a day to stand in solidarity with working people in Wisconsin and dozens of other states where right-wing politicos are trying to execute their cheap labor agenda.

This day is the anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, who gave his life while working to help the people in the face of powerful, entrenched interests. Rallying to support working folks is a great way to commemorate Dr. King’s life and work.
There are over 1,000 events planned so far. Click here to find events near you!