Saturday, February 26, 2011

What every desktop and mobile phone needs -- a Scott Walker Recall calendar and countdown clock

There's little more than 10 months to go until we can start to circulate Scott Walker recall petitions (until then we'll have to content ourselves with those Republican state senators who are already eligible for recall).

There's a great Scott Walker recall calendar and clock HERE. Don't know about you, but I'm going to keep this open in a window on my desktop and will bookmark it on my iPhone. I'll check it often -- since I'm not just counting days and hours, but seconds and minutes. Little more than 10 months to go, and counting . . . And I'll be sure to set aside some time to help circulate recall petitions next January. Hope you do too.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Best Link Ever!! Everyone should have this one.

-Deb- said...

Only if we can recall Kleefisch first...

Madison Guy said...

Kleefisch would not take over in a recall, only an impeachment (which won't happen anyhow, with a Republican Assembly and Senate.

In recall, there's a recall election and the winner becomes governor. Bye-bye Walker.

Golbach said...

MG,
I too am looking forward to working on recalls, but we also need to pay attention to the Supreme Court race. If some of Scott's efforts end up before the Supremes we want Kloppenburg sitting among them instead of Prosser who admits openly to being on the side of the Gov.
By the way, I love your blog, thoughts, photography...
Did you ever watch the movie I suggested about William Eggleston? I wondered what you thought.
Mark Golbach - eachlittleworld.typepad.com

Madison Guy said...

Mark, Couldn't agree more on Kloppenburg -- hope some of the energy of the rallies transfers to her race. You're right, a lot is at stake. Maybe our side can help neutralize the huge financial advantage Prosser can be expected to get, like all the conservative, pro-business Supremes.

Eggleston: Yes, thanks -- I reserved it from library, watched as soon as it came in. He's a real artist, though personally kind of repellent sometimes. I also thought the film was an interesting experiment in trying to find a filmic equivalent of his style of still photography -- saturated colors, not explaining, letting the strange speak for itself.