Grover Norquist Billboard in Houston

Submitted by PAAMember on January 17, 2006 - 12:03pm. ::

This eye-popper is on the 610 south, east-bound, just past Scott St.
exit. Don't know how it got past the censors.
L


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Submitted by PAAMember on January 17, 2006 - 2:01pm.

At 7:00 PM -0600 1/16/06, C. Lee Taylor wrote:
>This eye-popper is on the 610 south, east-bound, just past Scott St.
>exit. Don't know how it got past the censors.

I believe I saw the billboard first a couple of weeks ago. I don't
believe you can read it in the photo, but at the bottom of the
billboard it says, if I remember correctly, that it was paid for by
Working Assets. This is another good reason to use them as your long
distance provider, cell phone provider, credit card company, etc. --
they fund lots of progressive stuff, including numerous political
projects through their Working for Change/Act for Change group -- see
http://www.workingforchange.com/activism/index.cfm They also have an
RSS feed from that page, for those of you who want to be updated
about current campaigns.

Also see http://workingassets.com/ and click on the "Activism" link
for details.

Bill


Submitted by PAAMember on January 19, 2006 - 7:00pm.

We just got our cell phone provider changed from Cingular to Working Assets.
We received our phones a few days ago, and so far, so good. I'm happy to
support this company.

Kris


Submitted by PAAMember on January 17, 2006 - 2:01pm.

Be sure to check out our image galleries - the billboard is posted
there along with sundry other goodies.

http://www.paa-tx.org/gallery

later,


Submitted by PAAMember on January 17, 2006 - 1:00pm.

On Mon, 16 Jan 2006, C. Lee Taylor wrote:

> This eye-popper is on the 610 south, east-bound, just past Scott St.
> exit. Don't know how it got past the censors.

Good grief! What's really scary is how many people are so uninformed and
or just plain stupid as to buy into that.