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9 October 2012

Flathead’s 99 percenters stand down after 52nd consecutive honk-n-wave


Three legislative, and one county commissioner, candidates joined the final honk-n-wave rally by Kalispell’s Depot Park on Saturday, 6 October.

Gil Jordan, running for county commissioner against the less well educated than we thought Cal Scott, participated in 50 of the demonstrations. Democratic legislative candidates Jim Mahnke (HD-5), Diane Taylor (HD-7), and Rodrik Brosten (HD-9) also were present, as, of course, 99 Percent stalwarts such as Pauline Sjordahl, pictured left.

Scott, incidentally, joined the 22 October 2011 honk-n-wave, urging the arrest of domestic terrorists, starting with wall street.