All of the estimates I have read about the folks at Camp Cindy (seeing as this is really all about Cindy, not Casey), have hovered around 50. Most accounts have just used the word "dozens," which leads me to believe that there's more along the line of a few dozen there than many dozen. Some of the generous reports put the number closer to 100.
It seems as if we've already about matched the number at Camp Cindy. Not too bad, considering it's the beginning of the day, and that the leftists have had to reach far and wide among all the unemployed moonbats in the nation to scrounge up a relative handful of protestors.
All of the estimates I have read about the folks at Camp Cindy (seeing as this is really all about Cindy, not Casey), have hovered around 50...From Yahoo! NEWS photos, here is a photo of the opposition:
Fri Aug 12, 5:23 PM ETAnti-war protester Cindy Sheehan (L) of Vacaville, California, a mother who lost her son U.S. Army Specialist Casey Austin Sheehan who was serving in Iraq, holds up a cross bearing her son's name as the motorcade of U.S. President George W. Bush passes by her protest in Crawford, Texas August 12, 2005. Dozens of protesters voiced their opposition to the Iraq war as Bush was travelling to a neighbouring ranch for a Republican Party fundraiser. REUTERS/Jason Reed