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World Can't Wait (Mao Lovers) releases list of cities it will protest in on Jan 31st!
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Posted on 01/29/2006 8:38:25 PM PST by Thunder90

This was taken from "The World Cant Wait" website (Stalinists and Maoists, all)

Scroll down to find your city, Every PW Chapter member should get involved.

Arizona: Bisbee: Gore Park, at mouth of Brewery Gulch

Phoenix: 4-8pm, 24th St. & Camelback Rd.

Tucson: Noon-2: Rally at University of Arizona Alumni Plaza. Afternoon: People (particularly HS students) are encouraged to go to Skrappy’s to pick up material and get out WCW’s message downtown and elsewhere. Late afternoon (4-7): WCW caravan with big banners and signs, driving around Tucson. Evening (7-10): Cultural event at Skrappy’s (201 E. Broadway, downtown) e-mail us at: twcwtucson@hotmail.com

California: Berkeley: All-day rally in Sproul Plaza, UC Berkeley, 11am-4pm. Then mobilize to Union Square in S.F. at 5pm.

LA: 5 PM - Gather at intersection of Hollywood and Highland; 6 PM - Bring the NOISE; march and 7 pm rally in front of CNN news station at Sunset and Cahuenga

Fresno: Fresno Center for Non-Violence (located at southeast corner of Van Ness & McKinley Ave) 5:00 pm - Peace Fresno members and friends will gather to let the world hear us as we symbolically drown out Bush's lies with our own noise - drums, pots and pans, musical instruments, and our voices.

Let horns blare and, bells ring, as we bring our own state of the union message: BUSH STEP DOWN!

For more information contact the Fresno Center for Nonviolence at thirdgennajjar@yahoo.com or (559) 237-3223

San Diego: Horton Plaza Fountain. Fourth and Broadway. 4:30pm

Sacramento:

State Capital Building 5pm Rally on the sidewalk at West Side of State Capital Building 6pm Bring the Noise, Drown out Bush's Lies. Bring drums, pots, pans, etc! 7pm Ribbon cutting, signifying the beginning of the end for the Bush Regime For More Information contact us at no.bush@hotmail.com

Intersection of 16th Broadway 5:00pm - Gather at intersection of 16th and Broadway. 6:00pm - Bring the Noise! Drown Out Bush's Lies! Bring drums, pots and pans, musical instruments, signs, banners, & your voice!

For more information email sacremento@worldcantwait.org

San Francisco: 5pm Rally at Union Square 6pm Bring the Noise. Drown Out Bush's Lies. 7pm Bush statue toppling (30 ft tall paper mache statue)

San José: 4th & San Fernando (in front of library, free parking @ parking garage across the street) 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. - At the start of Bush’s "State of the Union" address, we will shout, honk, whistle, clap, beat drums, blare horns, make music, bang pots….make noise to drown out Bush’s lies! Then we will SPEAK OUT with our ideas for what we can do to end the war in Iraq and restore democracy in our country.

Sponsored by South Bay Mobilization, www.sbm4peace.org, 408-998-8504

Speak Out Against Bush! Drown Out His Lies! Make Your Voice Heard

San Luis Obispo: Government Center Plaza at 1055 Monterey St. Tues. Jan. 31st from 4-7 pm. Music, merriment, speakers and spoofers. Music by Craig Nuttycombe, Monty Ellman, Joe Rank and YOU!!! Many local activists groups will have their booths there. Fundraiser/raffle of political art by local artists Mark Bryan and Joe Rank. Much gratitude is owed Sandra Marshall of Information Press for sponsoring this event. Bring drums, rattles, bells--whatever--to symbolically drown out the the Pose-ident's spooch! (Later in the evening, we will have a drum circle where we will visualize the new world of peace, sanity and compassion that we intend to create once justice is served on this bush crime family.) Bring signs and chairs or blankets to sit on.

For more info and if interested in having a table, contact Shawn at 805-772-3056.

Santa Rosa: Old Courthouse Square, Santa Rosa Ave (btw 3rd & 4th) 5-7pm Bring drums, buckets, pots, pans, noisemakers, candles, flashlights, signs, banners, boom boxes and your voice! Info: (707) 774-1960 sfnorthbay@worldcantwait.org

Sonoma: At the Plaza by the Mission Bell 5:00 to 6:00 PM

Colorado: Denver: 6pm West steps of state capitol -downtown!!!

Connecticut: New Haven: corner of Elm and York street 8:00pm - Gather at Street theater for the reading of the STATE OF EMERGENCY Statement 9:00pm - Car caravan honking horns through the streets of New Haven for more information, contact: newhaven@worldcantwait.org, or call (203) 498-8185

Westerly: Dixon Square 7:30 pm - Leafleting, Music, Street theater and Poetry. 9:00 pm - Our own "State of the Union".

For more information, contact: stonington@worldcantwait.org

DC: Washington DC: West Side of the Capitol on the National Mall In DC, we will gather as close as we can to the scene of the impending lies: We will be on the west side of the Capitol, around and in front of the reflecting pool. The Press will be parked along 3rd Street and along the South Side of the Capitol (Independence). Cindy Sheehan and Ann Wright will speak to us (and them) at 8 pm; they will be followed by other speakers (the Rev. Yearwood and Doug Nelson, an Vietnam War vet) and then at 9, the main event will begin:

Picture a marching band/brass ensemble, a drum circle, a choir, tap dancers, a rock ensemble, hip-hop poetry, other spoken word, hootenany, African, Asian, Irish glorious soaring rhythmic, each beginning and doing a few minutes in sequence, followed by overlapping moments, followed by at least 30 minutes of jazz-like improv, call and response, followed by one fully stunning long-held harmonious wall of sound that rises to the heavens.

The whole main event lasts 50 minutes, from 9-9:50. It’s possible the media might be roused from their hypnotic stance to report on it.

If you are interested in either helping with logistics or performing, or can help us get great performers, please email Karen Bradley at Karen@democracycellproject.net or call 202-669-3927.

Breakdown of Speakers

8-9 PM: Cindy Sheehan Ann Wright Doug Nelson, Vets for Peace Rev. Lennox Yearwood, the HipHop Caucus Rev. Deborah Lake

9-10 PM Performers: Chris Chandler Joe Jencks Guerilla Poets Rhythm Workers Union Rabbi David Schneyer rock bands, tap dancers, choirs drum, circles noisemakers, and YOU!

Also, short segments by performers, jam session, and WALL OF SOUND

BRING: warm clothes, instruments, noisemakers & FLASH LIGHTS to illuminate truth over lies!

Visit us @ http://www.worldcantwait.org or contact us @ dc@worldcantwait.org (202)536-4313

Florida:

Ft Lauderdale: 5pm Federal Building Broward Blvd and NE 3rd Ave. Plans being made for march at 9pm

Gainesville: 8pm: MEET ON THE CORNER OF UNIVERSITY AVENUE & MAIN STREET 8:45: BRING ON THE NOISE!!! March to Harry's Restaurant, bring drums, pots, pans, noismakers.... HARRY'S SEAFOOD BAR & GRILLE 110 SE 1st Street Downtown Gainesville Contact: faithccarr@yahoo.com 352-335-0771

Orlando: Rally at 8PM in front of City Hall (Orange Ave & South St) where we will bring the noise with pots & pans, noisemakers, and instruments. Speak out against Bush, then march down South Street to ABC TV studios to coincide with the 9PM State of the Union address. Contact: orlando@worldcantwait.org

Georgia:

Atlanta: 8PM, CNN Center, downtown Atlanta (Marietta St. and Olympic Park Blvd.)

Hawaii:

Honolulu: State Capitol (Punchbowl and Beretania Streets) 2:15 pm - UH Manoa, pick-up and caravan to the rally 3:00 pm - Rally at the State Capitol 4:00 pm - As Bush begins to speak we'll begin marching through the streets of downtown Honolulu towarads the Federal Building. 5:00 pm - Converge at the Federal Building Bring pots, pans, whistles, trumpets, and every kind of noise machine.

Illinois: Chicago: Daley Plaza (Dearborn & Washington) 5 pm - Gather to Drown out Bush! High School STUDENTS: Come right after school! (3pm)

Speakers include: Dr. Quentin Young Timuel Black Rev. Willie Barrow Paul Vogel, Military Families Speak Out Columbia College student Ann Joseph, Congo Square (reading the Houston bus driver's testimony from Bush commission)

7pm, Bring the noise to the neighborhoods!! For neighborhood drown-outs, contact chicago@worldcantwait.org

Oak Park: Be at the Chicago rally at 5pm. Then meet at 7pm to Drown out Bush's SOU! At Harlem Ave. and Lake Street in Oak Park/ River Force.

Peoria: 7:30 pm CST Peoria Riverfront Liberty Park (at the foot of Liberty and Water Streets, where the little brick stage is - by the Saturday Market parking lot) Bring an instrument, a drum, garbage can lids, pots and pans, your voice - whatever you want to make some noise with. We gather at 7:30 and at 8pm we will make some noise! Email peoria@worldcantwait.org to sign up today!

Massachusets: Northampton: City Hall 8:00 - 9:30 pm - State of the Union Protest, Bring The Noise For more information contact Ellen @ booboo1428@hotmail.com

Somerville: Davis Square, gather at 8:30pm, Band (The Second Line Social Aid and Pleasure Society) will play. contact maury_martin@hms.harvard.edu

Worcester: Elm Park (corner of Highland Street & Park Avenue) 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm - State of the Union Protest Bring your voices, pots, pans, drums, music, horns, BRING THE NOISE! For more information contact kirk, captkirk_459@hotmail.com

Michigan: Ann Arbor: 8pm at State St. and N. University Bring your energy and bring the noise!

Detroit: Fourth and Main, Royal Oak, MI

Kalamazoo: We are having a State of the Emergency Concert and Rally at 8 pm at the Ravenwood Coffee at 773 W. Michigan Ave. We have 5 local bands, along with 2 speakers--one is a local world can't wait leader and the other is a minister and peace activist. We will have a multimedia slide show depicting images of the Bush regime and its crimes. We will show the 13 minute World Can't Wait video of Nov 2 demos. We will have a 50/50 raffle to raise funds for D.C. We will have kazoos and whistles to bring in the noise when Bush speaks at 9 pm. Tickets are $5 and can be bought at the door. Yardsigns, stickers, T-shirts and bus tickets to D.C. will be sold.

Minnesota: Minneapolis: Minneapolis Federal Building, 300 S. 4th St., Minneapolis, MN 55415. 7:30 pm - We'll be meeting on the side of the building with the grassy mounds. Email demonstrate@beingism.org

Mississippi: Oxford: Our event starts at 8 p.m. at the Square Courthouse at 107 Courthouse Square, Oxford MS 38655.

Missouri: Springfield: 5pm - 6:30pm - Honks For Truth - The theme for signs will be America is Broken, with specific references to Patriot Act, Iraq War, Domestic Spying, Tax Cuts for Rich, and other things that have broken America. Where? Corner of Chestnut Expressway & Booneville Ave - across from City Hall. 6:30pm - 8pm Noise making party during Bush's speech. - bring drums, pots, pans, and other noise makers. Where? Springfield's town square

St. Louis: The World Can't Wait and Code Pink are calling on St. Louisans to come join us in University City Loop in the Market Plaza off Delmar Blvd. between Leland and Kingsland across from the St. Louis Bread Company @ 6:30 PM-9:00 PM. It's time Bush got a loud ass message from St. Louis-BUSH STEP DOWN! Bring anything you can to make noise and drown out Bush's State of the Lie...er...Union Address! (We have a permit, all is legal, so come on down!) Contact: stlouis@worldcantwait.org

New Hampshire: Portsmouth: At 8:30 pm: Joining a nation-wide demonstration on The Night of President Bush's State of the Union Address to Bring the Noise! Drown Out Bush's Lies!; Seacoast residents will gather in Market Square in Portsmouth for a rally, some brief speeches, and music by members of the Leftist Marching Band. At 9 pm we will join in the South American tradition of protest, using pot banging and other noises to drown out Bush's lies. For more information about the local action contact Burt Cohen at burtc@rcn.com.

New Jersey: Bergen County: 8pm: Van Neste Square in Ridgewood.

Speakers: Judy Andreas, 9/11 truth; Nathalie Chica, President of Bergen County National. Jean Blum, from American Liberty And Freedom For All (A.L.A.F.F.A.)

More speakers to come.

Toms River:1250 Hooper Avenue (across from Ocean County Mall, used to be Ground Round)

Join Ocean County Democracy For America members for a State of our Dis-Union Watch Party! 9:00 pm - State of Dis-Union (1 hour)

Don't sit home and throw things at your TV, join us as we play games like "Guess how many times he mentions 9/11", "Count the Smirks" and more!

I know you have to work the next day, but come on out & live a little, you can do it, like in college, party till 6 and still make a 7am class, remember??

Please RSVP at soon as possible, click on the link, as I have to call them tues. with a head count:

http://www.democrats.org/page/event/detail/4jvf7 Hosted: Robin Kinlin & Christine Bahr Organized by: Ocean County Democracy For America, http://www.dfalink.com/oceancounty

New Mexico:

Albuquerque: KOAT TV station located at the corner of Carlisle and Comanche 5:30pm, Rally to bring the noise during Bush's SOU. Bring drums, pots, pans, noisemakers, signs, banners and your voice.

Contact: Dana Leach, dana87110@comcast.net or 505-897-1990

Aztec: TUESDAY, JANUARY 31 WHEN:Bush begins the State of the Union address; Demonstrate - Bring the Noise and Drown out Bush's lies. WHERE:On the Plaza next to Rubio's on Main Street WHEN: Tuesday evening, Jan 31. Meet no later than 6:45 pm. Start making noise for 1/2 hour from 7 - 7:30 PM when Bush starts his State of the Union address.

Yell, honk your horn, bang pots pans and drums, raise your voices and BRING THE NOISE! AFTERWARDS: dinner at Boon's.

For more information contact the San Juan Peace Network mail@sanjuanpeace.net

Santa Fe: St. Francisca Dr and Cerrillos Rd 6:00 pm - Gather at the intersection of the two most Major Streets in town. Drums Bells and loud music until 8PM MST.

New York:

New York City:

113 UNIVERSITY Place: Between 12th & 13th (4,5,6,N,R,Q trains to Union Square) 4:00 - 7:00 PM

INSIDE the CAGES: Guantánamo, GET the truth behind the headlines! SEE excerpt of play based on interviews with released detainees

LEGAL UPDATE: Q&A with Center for Constitutional Rights attorney, Michael Ratner

Free event open to public

For more information contact: Edget Betru, ebetru@ccr-ny.org or 212-614-6477

Times Square: NO SCHOOL! Youth will move throughout the city, calling on people to join us at Times Square this evening! AS THE FUTURE HANGS IN THE BALANCE, DON'T STAY HOME! 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm - gather to hear poets, musicians, youth, politicians and activists with the determined call to Bush to STEP DOWN NOW.

Bring noise makers, pots & pans, drums, etc. Speakers and performers TBA.

CALL US NOW: 212.969.0772. EMAIL US: nyc@worldcantwait.org

We need organizers, fundraisers, bus captains, and more!

North Carolina: Greensboro: 604 S. Elm St.The Scene on South Elm

Bring the Noise, Drown Out Bush's Lies! Music, speakers, video, and more. 7:30pm - Pre-SOU Speeches & Rally 8:00pm - We will then march during the speech, with some observers left to observe the speech to count specific times he uses specific words as a fundraiser. We will then give our state of the union rebuttal from The Scene.

After the speech, we're going to hit the streets of Downtown Greensboro and make some noise! Don't stay home and cuss at your TV, Come Cuss with Us! This is a movement to be seen AND heard! Bring noisemakers, musical instruments, and your voice!

For further Details visit our local World Cant Wait website: http://ncworldcantwait.thetruthis.us

Ohio: Cleveland: Peabody's Concert Club, 2083 E. 21st St. Bring the Noise! Bush Step Down! 7:00 pm - Doors open. All Ages Welcome, free to the public (good will donations appreciated) 9:00 pm - The tv's will turn on as Bush's starts to speak... and the drummers from EarthRhythm will begin to "bring the noise!"

We are asking people to bring noise makers with them, but we will also have some there which we will pass out . You can go to 2nd hand stores to get pots and pans, and party stores to get discounted New Years Eve noisemakers.

We also want people to dress in costume! WCW has an Abu Graib outfit, orange jumpsuits, and a coffin we used for our New Orleans Jazz Funeral in the summer. But people can also wear bloody dresses (ie Roe v Wade) or however they want to express their outrage at the Bush Regime and the direction he is taking this country.

We will then march down Euclid to E. 30th (where channel 5 is located, also the state Board of Elections which helped steal Ohio for Bush in '04), and march back to Peabody's on Prospect where the music will continue till 11:00pm.

Performing Live: *Music: Carlos Jones; Modern Gemorrah; drumming by EarthRhythm *Poetry: Journey *Speaking on why Bush must step down: Bert Jennings, producer/host Carl Stokes Forum; Bob Fitrakis, Editor of the Columbus Free Press; Daniel Montoly, professor and poet from the Dominican Republic; local immigrant activist group; and more...

Columbus:

DAY OF ACTION - Ohio Statehouse 11:00 AM - Meet at the Ohio Statehouse (High St,)where people will be encouraged to walk to various downtown locations in unison, and present a clear message to our elected officials, and the community at large. 11:45 AM- COLUMBUS DISPATCH (Third St.) 12:15 PM –THE FEDERAL BUILDING. (High and Spring Sts.) 12:45 PM - RECRUTMENT CENTER (On Long St.) 1:00 PM - REPUBLICAN HEADQUARTERS (Rich St.) 2:00PM - FLYER AT THE STATEHOUSE (High St.)

Bring noisemakers, signs, and friends. NO WORK, NO SCHOOL, NO SHOPPING!!!

State Of Union Protest: Victorian's Midnight Cafe, 251 W. 5th Ave. The People's State of the Union Address 7:00 pm Activities start. Join local activists, musicians, speakers and concerned citizens. SPEAK OUT! The World Can't Wait, DRIVE OUT THE BUSH REGIME!

For more information call: 614-299-2295

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City: World Can't Wait/AntiWarFair Coalition Rally 5-6pm BackDoor Coffee Shop 3214 N. Classen Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK

Tulsa: Rally in front of KJRH Channel 2; 3701 South Peoria 7:30pm Rally 8pm Protest There is plenty of parking just south of Ch 2 in the Old Village Cleaners parking lot. Tulsa@worldcantwait.org

Oregon: Newport: Courthouse 6pm, Bring noise maker! For more information contact dee429@webtv.net

Portland: Pioneer Courthouse Square

At 4:00 PM, Portlanders will gather at Pioneer Courthouse Square. There will be no more than two speakers, and music by The Sandpeople, a local hip-hop band.

By 5:30, the March Leaders will go to their designated spots in Pioneer Square, and everyone will be asked to find the March Leader for their section of town. (Portland is divided into quadrants)

By 6PM, these marches will be in Portland Neighborhoods Bringing the Noise to Drown out Bush's Lies.

At 5PM, simultaneously, there will be parties held in neighborhoods throughout Portland with open mics, discussions, and relevant festivities.

By 6PM, these events will turn into neighborhood marches, and the marches will meet up with the parties as they go through town, growing in size and volume.

At 7PM, the marches will end at a destination to be announced, where people will celebrate having just participated in a significant demonstration, and will discuss plans for FEB 4.

For more information, contact Portland Can't Wait at portland@worldcantwait.org or call us at (206) 666 - BUSH No, seriously; that's the number.

Pennsylvania

Philadelphia: Gathering at 8pm at the corner of 12th and Market Sts. Bring your noise; pots and pans, music, horns, whistles, bells, signs and banners and at 9pm we will "Drown Out Bush's State Of The Union Address. We will not allow Bush to set the agenda for our future as we demand BUSH STEP DOWN and Take Your Whole Agenda With You!!! e-mail us at philly@worldcantwait.org call us at 267-408-6286

Pittsburgh:Outside the William Pitt Student Union on the corner of Forbes and Bigelow. 8pm - Join Codepink and WCW Pgh-chapter as we gather and show our version of the state of the union over the past years under the Bush administration. 9pm, we will telecast Bush's State of the Union address, and welcome you to Bring The Noise, music, drums, pots, pans, horns, and your voice to drown him out. Help us make a bold statement by saying no more lying, no more spying. Bring signs calling attention to the State of Emergency in this broken country: Iraq, Katrina, Medicare, surveillance state, etc. Questions? Contact Francine 412-389-3216 or Bret 412-401-2069. email pittsburgh@worldcantwait.org

Rhode Island: Westerley: March and demonstration downtown

South Dakota: Sioux Falls: Holiday Inn City Center 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm State of the Union Uncensored Event For more information contact S. Flynn siouxfallsflynn@aol.com

Texas: Abilene: Everyman Park North 1st St. Drown Out Bush's Lies 7:30 PM - Rally during the State of the Union Contact Roger @, rspier8334@cox.net or call 325-691-9141 to confirm

Austin: Rally with speakers: 7pm, Austin City Hall (downtown, wher S. 1st St. Bridge meets Cesar Chavez) Drown Out Event-8pm (Real time-State of the Union Address) Bring Tha Noise! Pots and Pans * Drums * Music of all kinds CALLING ON ALL AUSTIN BANDS-Be a part of these historic national events-Contribute your talents to Drowning Out Bush's Lies! *Get your tickets for the buses to D.C. Saturday, Feb 4, we will Demand that Bush Step Down! and Take your Program With You! **Contact Us at: austin@worldcantwait.org

Houston: Bringin' The Noise In Houston! Join us at the corner of Clay & Taft as we attempt to wake the South up and Drown Out Bush's Lies. The rock band, Sense of Reason, will play at 6:15pm. At 7, we have spoken word artist, Jerome Washington, of Starving Poets perform. Great speakers that will indict this administration will follow. At 7:30 we march to our local CBS affiliate, channel 11, (1945 Allen Parkway) and when Bush speaks, We Drown Him Out. Bring any musical instruments, noisemakers, boomboxes, pots & pans, kazoos-whatever! Come on Texas, Let's Get R Done!

San Antonio: 7pm Corner of S. Alamo and Commerce

Vermont: Lyndonville: 8:00pm., Bandstand Park at the town green. Email: icespouse@kingcon.com

Please bring signs, noise makers and flashlights.

Washington:

Kingston: BUSH STEP DOWN Kingston Library/Community Center 11212 St. Highway 104 01/31/06 5:00 till 7:00 My email cstebe@centurytel.net Phone 360-297-4391 Posters available on line

Seattle: 5pm, Gather at Denny Way and Broad Street. During Bush's State of the Union Address at 6pm, we will bring the noise and drown out Bush's Lies outside Fisher Plaza, home of TV and radio media. Take the day off work and hook up with us after school to do visible outreach throughout the city calling on people to join us that night!

Wisconsin: Madison: Escape Coffee House/Art Gallery 916 Williamson St

Two activites co-sponsered by World Can't Wait and Madison Bring Our Troops Home Now Referendum Coalition. 4 pm - Sign-making session: at 2022 Rusk St(one block from rally site). 4:30-6 pm. Rally during rush hour. Along Eastwood Dr. near Division St. Eastwood Dr. is a two block-long bike path, outbound traffic lane and greenway running between the Yahara River at Williamson St and Atwood Ave. Division St is closer to Atwood Ave. 8:00 pm - Let's do the State of the Union Address - Rocky Horror Picture Show Style

Come early, BRING THE NOISE;- plenty of room and lively discussion of our possible futures.

Wisconsin Rapids: East End of the Riverview Expressway bridge. 7:00 PM - “Drain the Swamp – Drive out Bush” rally. For more information, contact: Tom O’Brien, tpobrien@charter.net or call (715)423-1964.

BIG ANTI BUSH RALLT IN DC ON THE JANUARY 4TH Saturday, February 4, Washington DC

11am: Rally Gathers at 17th & Constitution 2pm: March Around the White House


TOPICS: US: California; US: District of Columbia; US: Illinois; US: Michigan; US: Minnesota; US: New York; US: Texas; US: Wisconsin
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Freepers... Do your thing. Note especially the DC protest on Jan 31 and Feb 4th.
1 posted on 01/29/2006 8:38:28 PM PST by Thunder90
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To: Thunder90; LibertyRocks; Mr. Silverback
The moonbats want to "Drown out" Bush's speech. Let's Drown them out!
2 posted on 01/29/2006 8:39:58 PM PST by Thunder90
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To: Thunder90

When's the "Smoke Pot and Get Naked To Impeach Bush Parade start?


3 posted on 01/29/2006 8:40:10 PM PST by Dallas59 ((“You love life, while we love death"( Al-Qaeda & Democratic Party))
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To: Thunder90

Meh, they aren't gonna be in my neck of the woods.


4 posted on 01/29/2006 8:40:24 PM PST by Gordongekko909 (I know. Let's cut his WHOLE BODY off.)
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To: Thunder90

Sweet! The Sandpeople are playing in Portland. We Rock!!!


5 posted on 01/29/2006 8:47:07 PM PST by Andy from Beaverton (I only vote Republican to stop the Democrats)
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To: Thunder90

Looks like all the moonbats are going to collectively put their fingers in their ear and go na na na na na na na na na ........well I guess that is about the best response they could give to Bush's speech...at least it is the most intelligent response of which they are capable....


6 posted on 01/29/2006 8:52:57 PM PST by fizziwig
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To: Thunder90

I loved the one that advertised that they have an Abu Ghraib outfit...and an orange jumpsuit if someone wants them to wear....LOL

They are real cards, aren't they?


7 posted on 01/29/2006 8:54:54 PM PST by Txsleuth
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To: Mo1; PhillyMom; Gondring; Lancey Howard; Marine_Uncle

Scum comes to Philly:


Philadelphia: Gathering at 8pm at the corner of 12th and Market Sts. Bring your noise; pots and pans, music, horns, whistles, bells, signs and banners and at 9pm we will "Drown Out Bush's State Of The Union Address. We will not allow Bush to set the agenda for our future as we demand BUSH STEP DOWN and Take Your Whole Agenda With You!!! e-mail us at philly@worldcantwait.org call us at 267-408-6286



8 posted on 01/29/2006 9:01:48 PM PST by hipaatwo
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To: Dallas59

They already started smoking....

Detroit: Fourth and Main, Royal Oak, MI

DUH !


9 posted on 01/29/2006 9:06:26 PM PST by Westlander (Unleash the Neutron Bomb)
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To: hipaatwo
Philadelphia: Gathering at 8pm at the corner of 12th and Market Sts

LOL!!! .. the city is basically dead that time of night .. especially on a weekday

If they were REALLY daring .. they'd do it during rush hour traffic .. I'm sure the motorist would love it if the blocked the roads too

10 posted on 01/29/2006 9:33:55 PM PST by Mo1 (Republicans protect Americans from Terrorists.. Democrats protect Terrorists from Americans)
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To: Mo1
LOL!!! .. the city is basically dead that time of night .. especially on a weekday

They'll have the media there.

11 posted on 01/29/2006 9:39:17 PM PST by Luke Skyfreeper
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To: Luke Skyfreeper

it won't air till the 11PM news

most folks aren't up that late and if they are .. they only tune in to check out the weather for the next day


12 posted on 01/29/2006 9:41:36 PM PST by Mo1 (Republicans protect Americans from Terrorists.. Democrats protect Terrorists from Americans)
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To: Mo1

I wonder if they had to get a permit. I'm gonna call my son's dad to see if he has traffic detail that night. If so I can get the real scoop on it not the local news take on it.


13 posted on 01/29/2006 9:48:47 PM PST by hipaatwo
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To: hipaatwo
I wonder if they had to get a permit

I'm thinking they would need one

14 posted on 01/29/2006 9:51:54 PM PST by Mo1 (Republicans protect Americans from Terrorists.. Democrats protect Terrorists from Americans)
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To: Jim Robinson; JustAmy; Enterprise; notpoliticallycorewrecked
Fresno: Fresno Center for Non-Violence (located at southeast corner of Van Ness & McKinley Ave) 5:00 pm - Peace Fresno members and friends will gather to let the world hear us as we symbolically drown out Bush's lies with our own noise - drums, pots and pans, musical instruments, and our voices.

They're gathering in front of their offices Tuesday at 5:00pm.

15 posted on 01/29/2006 10:00:40 PM PST by Syncro
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To: Thunder90

bump


16 posted on 01/29/2006 10:05:04 PM PST by wildcatf4f3 (the friend of my enemy is my enemy)
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To: hipaatwo

rolling my eyes

After Tuesday: Why The Filibuster
by Armando
Sun Jan 29, 2006 at 03:52:03 PM PDT

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2006/1/29/17523/4588


17 posted on 01/29/2006 10:08:22 PM PST by Mo1 (Republicans protect Americans from Terrorists.. Democrats protect Terrorists from Americans)
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To: kristinn

FYI


18 posted on 01/29/2006 10:08:36 PM PST by Virginia-American
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To: Thunder90

They're protesting my birthday?

That's not right. What have I ever done to them (except laugh hysterically at them)?


19 posted on 01/29/2006 10:11:16 PM PST by Petronski (I love Cyborg!)
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To: hipaatwo

Do they realize Cheney would take his place. We better hurry up and tell them. Nah, we'll just keep it to ourselves. LOL!!!


20 posted on 01/29/2006 10:21:57 PM PST by Stayingawayfromthedarkside (The stink you smell are the liberals fuming after Ann speaks!!!)
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To: Thunder90

It would be kinda fun to bring in pots and pans and join in. Just keep on making noise through the whole thing, especially whenever they tried to talk. Just play dumb, God knows that crowd isn't bright enough to know better.


21 posted on 01/29/2006 10:35:34 PM PST by Triggerhippie (Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose.)
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To: Thunder90
We will then march down Euclid to E. 30th (where channel 5 is located, also the state Board of Elections which helped steal Ohio for Bush in '04), and march back to Peabody's on Prospect where the music will continue till 11:00pm.
Sheesh. Last I heard, the Ohio Elections Commision was headquartered in Columbus.

Anyone remember the "Instant pep rally" scene in "Pump Up The Volume"?

-Eric

22 posted on 01/30/2006 5:06:39 AM PST by E Rocc
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To: Thunder90
Tulsa: There is plenty of parking just south of Ch 2 in the Old Village Cleaners parking lot.
Does said company know about this?

-Eric

23 posted on 01/30/2006 5:33:33 AM PST by E Rocc
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To: Triggerhippie

Sadly, if you join in the noise-making, you will be counted by media observers as part of the protestors who want to drown out the President. Huge posters with pro-Bush messages would work better.


24 posted on 01/30/2006 5:38:09 AM PST by maica (We are fighting the War for the Free World. Democrats and the media are not on our side.)
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To: tgslTakoma; concretebob; trooprally; Albion Wilde

DC: Washington DC: West Side of the Capitol on the National Mall In DC, we will gather as close as we can to the scene of the impending lies: We will be on the west side of the Capitol, around and in front of the reflecting pool. The Press will be parked along 3rd Street and along the South Side of the Capitol (Independence). Cindy Sheehan and Ann Wright will speak to us (and them) at 8 pm; they will be followed by other speakers (the Rev. Yearwood and Doug Nelson, an Vietnam War vet) and then at 9, the main event will begin:

Picture a marching band/brass ensemble, a drum circle, a choir, tap dancers, a rock ensemble, hip-hop poetry, other spoken word, hootenany, African, Asian, Irish glorious soaring rhythmic, each beginning and doing a few minutes in sequence, followed by overlapping moments, followed by at least 30 minutes of jazz-like improv, call and response, followed by one fully stunning long-held harmonious wall of sound that rises to the heavens.

The whole main event lasts 50 minutes, from 9-9:50. It’s possible the media might be roused from their hypnotic stance to report on it.

If you are interested in either helping with logistics or performing, or can help us get great performers, please email Karen Bradley at Karen@democracycellproject.net or call 202-669-3927.

Breakdown of Speakers

8-9 PM: Cindy Sheehan Ann Wright Doug Nelson, Vets for Peace Rev. Lennox Yearwood, the HipHop Caucus Rev. Deborah Lake

9-10 PM Performers: Chris Chandler Joe Jencks Guerilla Poets Rhythm Workers Union Rabbi David Schneyer rock bands, tap dancers, choirs drum, circles noisemakers, and YOU!

Also, short segments by performers, jam session, and WALL OF SOUND

BRING: warm clothes, instruments, noisemakers & FLASH LIGHTS to illuminate truth over lies!

Visit us @ http://www.worldcantwait.org or contact us @ dc@worldcantwait.org (202)536-4313

#######

We want to watch the SOTU and not these scum! How can they get permits for what they propose?


25 posted on 01/30/2006 5:43:57 AM PST by maica (We are fighting the War for the Free World. Democrats and the media are not on our side.)
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To: Thunder90
Everyone who is free today must get on the phone right now and call every talk radio show, every local school district and high school and every local police dept.(Truant dept if they have one.). Also every local TV News station. Here are some simple talking points.

Let them know that the "World Can't Wait" encourages high school students to walk out of school and go to the rally.

Also that many high school teachers encourage and actually tell them to go.

Tell them to type "World Can't Wait" and "Front Group" into an internet search engine (like google) to find out that WCW is tied to RCP.

Type "World Can't Wait" "Walk out" and "High School" into an internet search engine to find out that WCW actually tells high school students to commit a crime and walk out of school.

Ask specifically what is the school district going to do to prevent teachers from sending students to a radical rally without parents consent and how are they going to stop walkouts?

If the rally is on government land like a park or University, call the responsible authority and ask why they permit a rally that engages in a crime? (truancy). Tell them they are responsible for any high school student that is injured or overdosed on drugs if they don't pull the permit.

Any results? Post them here, please!
26 posted on 01/30/2006 6:17:24 AM PST by \/\/ayne (Give me Liberty or give me the ACLU)
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To: dittomom; DLfromthedesert; AZamericonnie; HungarianGypsy; adam_az; REAGANBELONGS TO THE AGES; ...
Scramble, scramble, scramble! Freepers man your planes!

Multiple moonbats are inbound to your sectors! See this thread for intercepts in the following states: AZ, CA, CO, DC, FL, GA, HI, IL, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, OH, OK, OR, PA RI, SD, TX, VT, WA, WI.


"Global reach, baby! Let's go get 'em!"

Eagles Up!

27 posted on 01/30/2006 6:40:35 AM PST by Mr. Silverback (GOP Blend Coffee--"Coffee for Conservative Taste!" Go to www.gopetc.com)
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To: Mr. Silverback

BTTT


28 posted on 01/30/2006 6:44:25 AM PST by E.G.C.
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To: Mr. Silverback; Constitution Day

SCARMABLE!


29 posted on 01/30/2006 6:46:12 AM PST by martin_fierro (Hines Ward is my son! OK, not really, but it'd be nice.)
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To: Thunder90

Every time they "act out", they just remind normal people of how much we hated them during the 60s-70s.


30 posted on 01/30/2006 6:47:25 AM PST by Let's Roll ( "Congressmen who ... undermine the military ... should be arrested, exiled or hanged" - A. Lincoln)
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To: martin_fierro

You beat me to it!


31 posted on 01/30/2006 6:49:54 AM PST by OKSooner
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To: Let's Roll; Freee-dame

[Note particularly - Janis Karpinski, John Conyers, Cynthia McKinney, Bobby Rush, Maxine Waters. These are people on the Govt payroll.]

(And I am so glad that Mumia abu-Jabal is an endorser! )

from their website:
Join the latest signers of our Call to Drive Out the Bush Regime:

Lawrence Guyot, former SNCC member and former Chairman of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party;
Malcolm Suber, People's Hurricane Relief Fund*;
Father Roy Bourgeois, MM;
John Conyers, US Representative;
Jane Bright, Co-founder, Goldstar Families for Peace;
Prof. Barbara Forrest, Southeastern Louisana University (testifed in Dover against intelligent design);
Brig. General Janis Karpinski (retired),
Dr. Quentin Young, Health and Medicine Policy Research Group*,
Novelist Francine Prose,
Gloria Steinem,
Craig Murray, former UK Ambassador to Uzbekistan,
Dahr Jamail, independent reporter,
Ted Glick, Climate Crisis Coalition,
Daphne Wysham, Institute for Policy Studies,
Barbara Olshansky, Center for Constitutional Rights,
Mark Ruffalo,actor;
St. Clair Bourne, film maker;
Cynthia McKinney, U.S. Representative;
Bobby Rush, US Representative, Chicago (more below).

Endorsers Include
ACT UP, New York City
Mumia Abu-Jamal, political prisoner, journalist
Imam Talib Abdur-Rashid, mosque of Islamic Brotherhood; Justice Committee, Majlis Ash-Shura, NY
Pam Africa,Move Organization and International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal
After Downing Street Coalition
"Alberto Lovera" Bolivian Circle, New York
Aimee Allison, army conscientious objector (Gulf War
90)/counter-Recruiter
Tom Ammiano, San Francisco Board of Supervisors
Aris Anagnos, Los Angeles
Anti-Flag
Carlos Arango, director of Casa Aztlan*
Edward Asner
Axis of Justice
Rosa Ayala, Justice for Janitors*
William Ayers, professor and author
Russell Banks, writer
Father Luis Barrios, Iglesia San Romero de Las
Americas, New York
Rev. Willie Barrow, Women Connecting*
Ed Begley Jr.
Harry Belafonte
Dave Berenson, Cleveland, OH, U.S. Green Party
Michael Berg, anti-war activist
Jessica Blank, writer, actor
Blase Bonpane, author
Bob Bossie, SCJ, 8th Day Center for Justice*
St. Clair Bourne, film maker
Elombe Brath, Patrice Lumumba Coalition, NYC
Jane Bright, Co-founder, Goldstar Families for Peace
Carol Brightman, author, "Total Insecurity: The Myth of American Omnipotence"
Dennis Brutus
Gabriel Byrne, Actor
Campus Anti-War Network(CAN)
Tim Carpenter, Director, Progressive Democrats of America
Center for Constitutional Rights
Chicago ADAPT
Ward Churchill
Citizens For Legitimate Government
Kate Clinton, humorist
Clothing of American Mind
David Cobb, 2004 Green Party Presidential Candidate
Code Pink: Women for Peace
Steve Colman, poet
Barry Crimmins, writer/
correspondent, Air America Radio
Culture Clash
Chris Daly, San Francisco Board of Supervisors
Julie Delpy, Actress
DC Anti-War Network
Democrats.com
Carl Dix, Revolutionary Communist Party
Dominican Women's Development Center, New York
Tom Duane, NY State Senator
Michael Eric Dyson, author, "Is Bill Cosby Right?"
Steve Earle, musician
Niles Eldredge, curator of the Darwin Show at the Museum of Natural History, NYC
Edwin Ellis, President of Veterans for Peace, LA*
Eve Ensler
Michelle Esrick, actress, poet, filmmaker
Donelle Estey, artist, Artists Against the War
Christian Ettinger, exec. prod. of film "The Weather Underground"
Jodie Evans, Code Pink
Nina Felshin, curator, writer
Lawrence Ferlinghetti
Rev. John Fife
Jane Fonda
Prof. Barbara Forrest, Southeastern Louisana University (testifed in Dover against intelligent design)
Michael Franti, musician
Aaron Freeman, comdian
Samina Faheem Fundas, American Muslim Voice*
reg e. gaines, poet, playwright
Martin Garbus, NYC
Deborah Glick, NY State Assemblywoman
Ted Glick, Climate Crisis Coalition
Global Justice and Peace Ministries, Riverside Church,
New York
Frances Goldin, literary agent
Sam Greenlee, poet
André Gregory, theater director
Andy Griggs, US Labor Against the War, Exec. Board of United Teachers of LA*
Jose Guerrero, artist and muralist, Chicago
Paul Haggis, Director/Writer of Crash, screenwriter of Million Dollar Baby
Haitian Coalition for Justice
Suheir Hammad, poet
Sam Hamill, Poets Against War
Kathleen Hanna, Le Tigre
David Harris, founder of The Resistance*, writer
Jon Hendricks, jazz singer/lyricist
Jon Hendricks, artist
Hermandad Mexicana
Warren M. Hern, MD, MPH, PhD, Director, Boulder Abortion Clinic
Hip Hop Caucus
Marie Howe, poet and writer
Impeach Bush Coalition
Mesha Monge Irizarry, Idriss StelleyFoundation
Islamic Association of America
Abdeen Jabara, past president, American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee*
Ron Jacobs, writer
Dahr Jamail, independent journalist
Alan Jones, Dean of Faculty at Pitzer College*
Bill T. Jones, dancer
Sarah Jones, poet and actor
Rickie Lee Jones, musician
Esther Kaplan, author of With God On Their Side
Janis Karpinski, Brig. General (retired)
Casey Kasem
M. Ali Khan, American Muslim Council
C. Clark Kissinger
Frances Kissling, President, Catholics for a Free Choice*
Yuri Kochiyama
Ron Kovic, author, Vietnam Veteran
Jonathan Kozol
Joyce Kozloff, artist
Jim Lafferty, Executive Director of the National Lawyer's Guild of Los Angeles
Ray Laforest, organizer, DC 1707, AFSCME*; member, Pacifica National Board*
Beth Lamont
Jessica Lange
Lewis Lapham, former editor, Harper's Magazine
Martha Lavey, Chicago
Mark Leno, California Assemblyman
Rabbi Michael Lerner, editor of Tikkun magazine
James Levin, co-director of Cleveland Festival of Arts & Technology (Ingenuity)
Simon Levy, director, "What I Heard About Iraq" at Fountain St. Theatre
Toby Devan Lewis
Bruce Lincoln, professor, History of Religions, University of Chicago
Margarita Lopez, New York City Council Member
Haki R. Madhubuti, chairman, publisher, Third World Press
Devorah major, poet & novelist
Make the Road by Walking, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY
Mike Malloy, syndicated radio talk show host
Lucinda Marshall, Founder Feminist Peace Network*
Bill Martin, philosopher
Malachy McCourt, actor & author
Allen Michann, owner, Grand Lake Theater, Oakland, CA
Ellen McLaughlin, actress and playwright
Camilo Mejia, conscientious objector
Dave Meserve, Arcata California city council member
Carol Migden, CA State Senator
Carly Miller, Clothing of the American Mind
Mark Crispin Miller, author, "Fooled Again"
Alderman Joe Moore, Chicago's City Council
Millions More Movement, Pittsburg /Antioch CA organizing committee
Bill Mitchell, co-founder of Gold Star Families for Peace*
Leon Mobley, musician
Tom Morello, Audioslave
Tracie Morris, poet
Andrew Muñana, Images Salón, East Los Angeles
Cecil Murray, Retired Minister First AME Church, Los Angeles
Craig Murray, former UK Ambassador to Uzbekistan
National Lawyers Guild
Armando Navarro, chair and professor, Ethnic Studies, UC Riverside
The Network in Solidarity with the People of the Philippines
Bill Nevins, teacher, Albuquerque
Not in Our Name
Mike and Julie Nussbaum
Efia Nwangaza, director, African American Institute for Policy Studies, Greenville, SC
Brian O'Leary, PhD., author, former astronaut
Bertell Ollman, prof. Dept. of Politics, NYU
R. Tomás Olmos, President, Mexican American Bar Foundation, Los Angeles County*, Dean Emeritus, People's College of Law*
Barbara Olshansky, Center for Constitutional Rights
Outernational
Major Owens, 11th Congressional District, D-NY
Ozomatli
Jose Padilla*, executive director, California Rural Legal Assistance (CRLA)
Grace Paley, writer
Patrick Henry Democratic Club
Harvey Pekar, American Splendor
Sean Penn
Rosalind Petchesky, prof., Hunter College & Grad. Center, CUNY
Peter Phillips PhD, Project Censored, Sociology Dept Sonoma State University
Jeremy Pikser, screenwriter, Bulworth
Harold Pinter, Nobel Prize winning playwright
Frances Fox Piven
Sterling Plumpp, poet
Kevin Powell, writer
Progressive Democrats of America
Francine Prose, novelist
Queers for Economic Justice
Jerry Quickley, poet and playwright
Malik Rahim, New Orleans Community Organizer
Michael Ratner, Center for Constitutional Rights*
Reach Hip Hop Coalition
Raghava Reddy, stem cell biologist, biomedical scientist, film maker
Maggie Renzi, filmmaker
Eric Resnick, Gay People's Chronicle* reporter, peace activist, one time candidate for US Congress
Allan Rich, screenwriter/actor
Boots Riley, The Coup
Walter Riley, lawyer
Mark Ruffalo, actor
Bobby Rush, US Representative, Chicago
Douglas Rushkoff, author
Kalamu ya Salaam, Listen to the People
JD Samson, Le Tigre
Sonia Sanchez
Rev. Henry Sanders, Fountain of Life Missionary Baptist Church, Watts, CA
San Francisco Bayview Newspaper
Sapphire, poet, writer
Susan Sarandon
John Sayles, filmmaker
Rinku Sen, Colorlines*
Richard Serra, artist
Rev. Al Sharpton
Lou Shaw, writer, creator of Quincy MD
Cindy Sheehan
Martin Sheen
Stanley Sheinbaum, economist, LA
Nancy Spero, artist
Dona Spring, Berkeley Council member
Gloria Steinem
Serj Tankian System of a Down
Sunsara Taylor, Revolution newspaper
Studs Terkel
Marianne Torres, Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane*
Dwight Trible, jazz vocalist
George Tuttle & Ben Cushman, grapegrowers
Gore Vidal, writer
Kurt Vonnegut
Alice Walker
Maxine Waters, US Representative
Wavy Gravy
Leonard Weinglass, lawyer
Rev. Dave Weissbard, senior minister, The Unitarian Universalist Church, Rockford, IL
Cornel West, Princeton University
Rev. Phil Wheaton, Episcopal Co-pastor, Community of Christ, Washington DC
Joan Wile, Director, Grandmothers Against the War
Saul Williams, poet
Standish E. Willis, National Conference of Black Lawyers
Krzysztof Wodiczko, artist
Ann Wright, former US diplomat, resigned in protest of Iraq war
Daphne Wysham, Institute for Policy Studies
Leland Y. Yee, Speaker pro Tem, California State Assembly
Juanita Young, courageous resister, leader in October 22nd Coalition*
Dr. Quentin Young, Health and Medicine Policy Research Group*
Dave Zeiger, filmmaker, "Sir, No, Sir!"
Zephyr, graffiti artist, writer
Robert Zevin, Robert Brooke Zevin Associates, Inc.
Howard Zinn, historian, "A Peoples' History of the United States"
David Zirin, author, "What's My Name, Fool? Sports and Resistance in the United States"


32 posted on 01/30/2006 6:56:57 AM PST by maica (We are fighting the War for the Free World. Democrats and the media are not on our side.)
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To: Mr. Silverback

Not Jihad Sheehan again!
What is the date for the DC circus? I must have missed it even with several readings.


33 posted on 01/30/2006 7:03:01 AM PST by R. Scott (Humanity i love you because when you're hard up you pawn your Intelligence to buy a drink.)
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To: Mr. Silverback
THE JANUARY 4TH Saturday, February 4, Washington DC

OK – I got it.
34 posted on 01/30/2006 7:04:50 AM PST by R. Scott (Humanity i love you because when you're hard up you pawn your Intelligence to buy a drink.)
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To: maica

Wavy Gravy, Now there's a name I'd not seen in many many years


35 posted on 01/30/2006 7:05:46 AM PST by Valin (Purple Fingers Rule!)
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To: Thunder90
Anybody know where the Madistan counter-protests will be taking place--I'll be getting out of class around 3:45.

Surprised these goond aren't holding a rally in Milwaukee, though.

37 posted on 01/30/2006 7:14:04 AM PST by rzeznikj at stout (This is a darkroom. Keep the door closed or you'll let all the dark out...)
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To: Valin
Good morning.
"Wavy Gravy, Now there's a name I'd not seen in many many years"

Do you mean you don't go to the Hog Farm every year? That's cool, neither do I, and I could almost walk there.

I didn't see the Ugly old Women In Black on the list. These harpys are in front of the courthouse much of the time, yet they miss this. I'm very disappointed in the dedication of the left these days.

Michael Frazier
38 posted on 01/30/2006 7:33:18 AM PST by brazzaville (no surrender no retreat, well, maybe retreat's ok)
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To: Thunder90; Mr. Silverback; Bahbah; bluesagewoman; Dogrobber; zip; cardinal4; Hat Lady; Prov3456
Thanks for the pings Mr. S -- I will post on the Missouri board...

Anyone???

St. Louis: The World Can't Wait and Code Pink are calling on St. Louisans to come join us in University City Loop in the Market Plaza off Delmar Blvd. between Leland and Kingsland across from the St. Louis Bread Company @ 6:30 PM-9:00 PM. It's time Bush got a loud ass message from St. Louis-BUSH STEP DOWN! Bring anything you can to make noise and drown out Bush's State of the Lie...er...Union Address! (We have a permit, all is legal, so come on down!) Contact: stlouis@worldcantwait.org

39 posted on 01/30/2006 7:43:13 AM PST by StarCMC (Old Sarge is my hero...doing it right in Iraq! Vaya con Dios, Sarge.)
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To: Thunder90

Is it too early to donate to Sheehan's campaign against Feinstein?...


40 posted on 01/30/2006 9:30:22 AM PST by talleyman (Kerry & the Surrender-Donkey Treasoncrats - trashing the troops for 40 years.)
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To: Mr. Silverback

OK, I'll scramble, but what was described is just a typical day in the Moonbat Capitol of Madison, WI!


41 posted on 01/30/2006 6:36:47 PM PST by GOPackers
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To: GOPackers

I may be going down to Chicago, but if I don't, I will see about getting out there.


42 posted on 01/30/2006 6:39:00 PM PST by Thunder90
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To: Thunder90

Only despots and liars are afraid to let people HEAR someone speak.
These people are both.
It shows their lack of having anything compelling to say that the best they can do is make noise.
What are they afraid people will hear?


43 posted on 01/31/2006 12:08:09 AM PST by Oregon Grassroots Conservative
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To: All

Their big party is tonight... Go crash it with the State of the Union address! Bring Boom boxes, bullhorns, and sound systems, and blast the hippies with the state of the union address.


44 posted on 01/31/2006 9:38:03 AM PST by Thunder90
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To: Thunder90

Hey, the world can't wait----for these leftist to go away.


45 posted on 01/31/2006 12:36:29 PM PST by texassizednightcrawler
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To: maica

Since when has Janis Karpinski been a general again?
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1397640/posts


46 posted on 02/16/2006 6:35:01 AM PST by Gondring (I'll give up my right to die when hell freezes over my dead body!)
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To: Gondring

I guess its another example of "progressive" truth telling. She "should" have retained her rank, therefore she "did" retain her rank. Simple explanation!!


47 posted on 02/16/2006 1:20:03 PM PST by maica (We are fighting the War for the Free World. Democrats and the media are not on our side.)
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