February 19, 2011

Couchsurfing comes to Madison for protesters

Need a bed or a place to stay while protesting in Madison?

A Facebook page -- Madison Protester Housing Available -- where those with space to lend and those needing same can connect has been created.

Note: This page is for "supporters of the American worker, to allow supporters of the working class to connect to each other in Madison." If anyone hears of a Tea Party couchsurfing effort, let us know and in the interest of fair play we'll post it as well.

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  1. That is so cool!
    The people united,
    can never be defeated!

  2. Oct. 6, 1995: At 5 a.m., after an all-night session of the Wisconsin Senate, Sen. George Petak, R-Racine, switches his vote, enabling the plan to use taxpayer money to build a retractable-roof stadium for the Brewers to pass by a 16-15 margin. (The switch costs Petak his seat in the Senate: On June 4, 1996, he loses to Rep. Kim Plache, D-Racine, in a recall election.)