Dear Scott Walker,
I OPPOSE senate bill 22 and so much more. How was the weather in Madison? Were you even in Madison or did you spend the night in Washington DC? I saw that there were some people greeting you. I suppose they just wanted to make sure that you felt at home. Plus, it is nice to let you know that it is not just a small group of people. There are literally thousands if not hundreds of thousands of people all over the country willing to meet you where ever you go. I was speaking to a former field student that I wrote letters of recommendations for. She is applying for scholarships to help pay for school. She was in Costa Rica studying in February and March. She said that you even made the news down in Costa Rica! I am thinking that there may even be people ready to greet you if you decide to travel internationally. I guess it is a good thing I wrote my cinco de mayo letter to you in Spanish. You better start brushing up on the skills or hire a translator you know and trust. The last thing you would want is to not be able to understand the chants and signs about you. Could you imagine? I know I would feel uncomfortable if saw pictures of myself with writing, but could not understand what it said or heard my name in a chant, but did not know whether or not it was good or bad. I suppose some observant and reflective people might be able to pick-up on nonverbal and contextual clues. I am sure one (you) would have to be pretty observant and reflective, though. I OPPOSE senate bill 22 and so much more.