Saturday, December 29, 2012

Are We Going to Springfield?

We Are One in Wisconsin

It is a matter of moral and legal concern for every citizen of Illinois to pay attention to any proposed violations of rights and benefits of the state’s 693,000 public employees. It should be of vital concern for all citizens that the government of Illinois would want to prove its contracts are worthless, especially when the “most basic purposes of the impairment [of the contract] clause [Article XIII, Section 5] as well as notions of fairness that transcend the clause itself, point to a simple constitutional principle: government must keep its word” (Laurence H. Tribe, American Constitutional Law).


  1. I'm going to Springfield.

  2. I might take a train or I might take a plane,
    But if I have to walk, I'm gonna get there all the same...


  3. I'll be on the 7AM Lincoln Service from Union Station on the 3rd.

  4. My wife and I are driving down and will be there for the 3rd and the 4th.

  5. Unfortunately, I will be out of state then. Best wishes to all!