Harry Taylor

Harry Taylor"It is from numberless diverse acts of courage and belief that human history is shaped. Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring, those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance." –Robert Francis Kennedy

Harry Taylor showed uncommon courage yesterday by speaking truth to power.

Visit this site and make your voice heard in concert with Harry Taylor: http://thankyouharrytaylor.org/

That site has been overwhelmed by the number of users trying to access it. If you are not able to access that site, please feel free to register a one line comment in support of Mr. Taylor on my site.

I will try to get all similar sites to start a comment drive in support of Mr. Taylor until the site above is up and running again. Let’s put people power to work on the Internet.

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2 Responses to Harry Taylor

  1. Mash says:

    I’ll get things rolling. Courage Harry.

  2. Linkin Mall says:

    The most significant thing about Harry Taylor’s comments at a George Bush function is the fact that it is thought significant.

    Lyndon Johnson saw and heard a lot of criticism during his appearances and travels. Presidents since Lyndon Johnson have also been made aware of criticism.

    Other Presidents have addressed meetings in which people voiced displeasure. This was the incumbent President’s opportunity to explain a decision or to convert somebody.

    Bush, however, only preaches to the choir. His audiences are screened so that the whole audience consists of Bush supporters in a big cocoon.

    He ignores those not already converted. During his second campaign the American Federation of Government Employees sent a questionnaire to Bush and Kerry, planning to print their responses in a federal employee newsletter. George Bush didn’t bother responding.

    Protestors are kept blocks away from travel routes and meeting sites and are never seen by the President.

    I have always voted Republican except for when Richard Nixon ran and won and when George W. ran the second time. George W. Bush and Dick Cheney are not conservatives. They are fascists who appear to want to replace the Supreme Court and the Congress with a Board of Directors.

    I salute Harry Taylor.

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