Monday, December 05, 2005
The Obedience Test
It was as an ordinary day in The Empire
when the Imperial Guards boarded the bus
to administer the routine Obedience Test
to all the peasant bus riders.
All were cowed and produced "papers" on demand.
All but one, Deborah Davis.
Deborah Davis refused to give the Imperial Guards
her "papers". Enraged at this affront to The Empire,
the Guards called in a Homeland Hero who ordered
Davis grabbed, dragged from the bus handcuffed
and arrested on bogus charges.
Deborah Davis will now face the wrath of The Imperial Court.
If you missed your chance to sit with Rosa Parks,
Here is your chance to stand with Deb Davis.
Rally With Deb
JOIN DEB DAVIS this Friday on the steps of the
U.S. Courthouse in Denver. Deb stood up for the
right of all Americans to travel freely without 'papers.'
Here's your chance to stand with her this Friday in Denver.
WHAT: Rally for Deb Davis' stand for the Freedom to Travel
WHEN: Friday, the 9th of December at 8:30 AM
WHERE: The steps of the Alfred A. Arraj U.S. Courthouse,
901 19th Street in Denver.
Deb Davis will address those assembled and then
head into the courthouse to be arraigned at
9:00 AM for the 'crime' of refusing to show
ID on the route 100 RTD bus.
The public is welcome to attend Deb's
9:00 AM arraignment before Magistrate
Judge Michael Watanabe in Courtroom A-502.
Rally Details [HERE]
Write a letter to the editor:
Denver Post: email@example.com
Rocky Mountain News: letters@RockyMountainNews.com
Send Deb a thank you note firstname.lastname@example.org
Deb's Website http://www.papersplease.org/
posted by Vetzine