“We Need A National Strike To Stop Trump”


“A general strike and boycott, or Sick Out, would be a commitment not to go to work or buy anything on January 20. It would not focus on any single cause or demand; instead, it would be a show of our collective power in opposition to Trump’s extremism.

This action will show the country and the world that we will not participate in Trump’s America as he has described it. It will do so in the most powerful way possible—by shutting down, as much as possible, the nation’s economy.”

This just tickles the shit out of me. I can’t wait to behold the strength of their fully functional Collective Power, shutting down our economy by not going to jobs they don’t have or buying things without money.

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8 responses to ““We Need A National Strike To Stop Trump”

  1. bluesjunky December 3, 2016 at 12:05 pm

    This may turn out even better than I expected. The Left seems to be adhering to Uncle Saul’s diktat of “Never back down, never retreat, never admit you’re wrong…just hit the accelerator harder.” Which at this stage of the game, appears to have all the wisdom of a horse running back into a burning barn. Gonna be fun to watch. The Left, not the horse…

  2. xtron December 3, 2016 at 1:36 pm

    so let’s organize a counter strike..
    if you are thinking of or planning a major purchase…car, furniture, house, close, jewelry, even your groceries…don it on jan. 20, just to make these idiots look bad.
    someone in the media needs to be checking the daily traffic in sales and let us know who wins.

  3. SafeSpace December 3, 2016 at 2:05 pm

    Man, that graphic really nails the “lifestyle” of most of the opposition.

  4. Mike a.k.a. Proof December 3, 2016 at 2:19 pm

    When a slacker does a boycott…how can you tell??

  5. jw burns December 3, 2016 at 7:36 pm

    Santa is turning into a brutal mofo. PA tanked so it looks like Cankles “Fat Tony” Clinton has finally broken through the glass ceiling as the first woman to lose the same presidential election twice. Schlong, stop,, schlong again, rinse and repeat.

  6. GruntOfMonteCristo December 5, 2016 at 4:26 pm

    January 21, 2017 NYT Business Headline: “Why the Sudden Spike Today in Job Openings in the Food Service Sector? Krugman Mystified.”

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