Responding to my post ("The Faces of the Strike") earlier today, Anonymous said what a lot of us have been thinking. I think it's worth reprinting in its entirety.
From our side of the fence, the situation looks very different.
Our actions on the picket lines have surprised them with the turnout. Politicians and celebrities have joined with us. In the first week of the strike, reporters took Nicholas Counter's statements at face value. Now, his positions are being scrutinized and repudiated. The AMPTP tried to blame the WGA for the strike but nobody was fooled.
And on the internet, in blogs, articles, and videos, thousands upon thousands have taken up our cause as new assaults on the AMPTP are calculated on laptops around the country.
Anonymous may have figured out the AMPTP's secret plan, but, to paraphrase the words of that great writer Paddy Chayefsky speaking through Howard Beale, "We're mad as hell and we're not going to take it anymore!"