I too can think of five people, and you and I are two of them. I despair of gettin the numbers that we would need.
Agreed. I say five, but I can think of many people off the top of my head that would go. Mainly, because I know so many folks in Atlanta that would go in a minute since it is not that far away to DC. Once you start talking airfare, hotel, trasportation, etc, it puts alot of people off. Especially when "special interest" groups are not paying the way.
I know of instances here locally, where officials have tried to clamp down on these invaders, and the feds come in and give the issue a federal juridiction. The locals are having their hands tied by Washington. And Washington needs to hear from us....in person.
The problem is that when liberals have a protest rally they always have them in the middle of a liberal enclave like Washington D.C., Los Angelos or NYC. The largest part of the protestors do not have to come in from out of town. I think the only way you could possibly have a significant turn-out is if you had it in a very conservative large city. I'm not even sure there is such a place, but I'm positive that Washington D.C. is out of the question for a significantly large conservative protest.