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MASSIVE Anti-War Rally in Westwood, CA Right Now
10/06/02 | Me

Posted on 10/06/2002 4:17:17 PM PDT by andrew

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1 posted on 10/06/2002 4:17:17 PM PDT by andrew
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To: andrew
..I give myself a zero for wit....

Nope, ya done GOOD!

2 posted on 10/06/2002 4:20:04 PM PDT by Bradís Gramma
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To: andrew
Their thoughts don't count as they are in a dicatatorship adjacent to the USA.
3 posted on 10/06/2002 4:21:49 PM PDT by Hang'emAll
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To: andrew
Same thing going on in Seattle Right Now. And Bagdad McDermott will be speaking at Westlake Center after the march. We have FReepers on Scene.....
4 posted on 10/06/2002 4:21:59 PM PDT by cmsgop
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To: andrew
No disrespect but....who cares?

Let'em scream and chant and slit their wrists.

5 posted on 10/06/2002 4:22:46 PM PDT by VaBthang4
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To: andrew
The longer we waite the worse this is going to get. we've got to go this winter.
6 posted on 10/06/2002 4:22:48 PM PDT by stalin
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To: andrew
Don't worry the leftys in the media will claim millions showed up and they were just exercising their first amendment rights.
7 posted on 10/06/2002 4:22:59 PM PDT by John Lenin
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To: Brad's Gramma; andrew
Find out where the people are from...don't yell at them...just find out where they are from and how they got there... then post it... it will tell us what channels the liberals are using to organize these anti-American and unpatriotic displays of lunacy.
8 posted on 10/06/2002 4:23:01 PM PDT by bonesmccoy
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To: andrew
Loser???? I would have done worse or better, all depends on my language at the time. You did good....
9 posted on 10/06/2002 4:23:13 PM PDT by cynicom
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To: andrew
I was unable to find anything in the media on this even, and even a Google newsgroup search didn't even show an announcement of this event, so I am somewhat flummoxed as to how this came to be.

That's a perfect example of how stupid the libs/socialists are. They tell all their people to gather via underground communications, which means nobody that they're trying to convince has a clue their "rally" is even happening. This probably won't even get any news coverage outside of the immediate area, which means it may as well have never happened. *snicker*

Not that would have had one iota of effect even if every network had carried the whole thing live. People don't like to listen to obnoxious, unwashed trust-fund kids whining and moaning.

10 posted on 10/06/2002 4:23:55 PM PDT by Timesink
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To: andrew
Big one in Central Park today too. I heard about it by word of mouth only Thursday evening.

Also saw a teenage girl walking through a street fair today with a sign around her neck saying "Bush: Why Don't You Choke on Another Pretzel?" She must go to one of those compassionate Muslim schools.

11 posted on 10/06/2002 4:24:02 PM PDT by firebrand
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To: bonesmccoy
bones...

I am sure this march was a "spontaneous" outpouring of patriots concerned for the American way.

12 posted on 10/06/2002 4:25:45 PM PDT by cynicom
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To: andrew
These slime coated low life leftist coward weasels were not so concerned about PEACE when Boy Clinton bombed Bosnia....it is the two faced nature of the left that I hate the most.
13 posted on 10/06/2002 4:26:23 PM PDT by Moby Grape
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To: andrew
Waiting for your report...
14 posted on 10/06/2002 4:27:19 PM PDT by austingirl
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To: andrew; All
Here's the info: October 6-7 National Days of Resistance to War and Repression
15 posted on 10/06/2002 4:27:38 PM PDT by sgaspar
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To: bonesmccoy
No No not me. I was just giving Andrew an atta-boy. I didn't see it, or am near it.....andrew, that's YOUR job. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
16 posted on 10/06/2002 4:29:50 PM PDT by Bradís Gramma
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To: andrew
It's been a big peacenik week...they're getting hysterical over the possibility of war, and elections coming up. They will probably continue their antics for a couple more weeks. I could handle it if it were just the anti-war message, but their whole agenda is tainted by their anti-American, socialist, and just plain contrary pasts. They dropped out, tuned in, turned on and even 3000 dead Americans won't turn them off. I find peaceniks disgusting! </ end of rant >
17 posted on 10/06/2002 4:30:19 PM PDT by bluesagewoman
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To: andrew
Careful, do try to refrain from using "sign" language, even nitwits libs understand some things.
18 posted on 10/06/2002 4:30:35 PM PDT by Darlin'
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To: andrew
On the AP wire...

Thousands rally for peace in San Francisco
KAREN GAUDETTE, Associated Press Writer
Sunday, October 6, 2002
©2002 Associated Press

URL: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/news/archive/2002/10/06/state1859EDT0070.DTL

(10-06) 15:59 PDT SAN FRANCISCO (AP) --

A sweaty throng of thousands of anti-war protesters jammed the city's Union Square on Sunday, beating drums, hoisting signs and proclaiming their opposition to war with Iraq.

It was one of dozens of anti-war rallies across the country organized by the Not in Our Name Project, a grassroots group opposing a range of Bush administration actions. Demonstrations also were held in New York, Chicago, Portland, Ore., and many smaller communities.

Marchers used a thesaurus of adjectives to describe their disenchantment, calling the president a "warmonger," "racist," "irresponsible," and "stoopid."

Women in designer jeans and high-heeled shoes marched next to students in tie-dyed T-shirts and Birkenstocks. The driver of a cable car surrounded by the throng clanged his bell in time to pulsating reggae music, joined by the honking of dozens of trapped taxis.

"We don't want war. It's clearly for fabricated reasons," said Taliya Ansari of Hercules, Calif., who came with her family after hearing of the rally at her mosque. "We don't want people to die. (Iraq is) not doing anything to us."

For the president, the question seemed to be not if, but when, to wage war against Iraq. Stumping in Manchester, N.H., for Senate candidate John Sununu, Bush didn't mention the 50 demonstrators protesting outside, or the gatherings around the country. But he reiterated his stance that the United States must disarm Iraq to protect American lives.

And in his weekend radio address, Bush urged Congress to give him authority to remove Saddam and deal quickly with Iraq's arsenal of chemical and biological weapons.

"Delay, indecision and inaction ... could lead to massive and sudden horror" for the United States, Bush said.

Still, demonstrators appealed for restraint before the United States enters another war.

San Francisco police added several dozen officers to handle the crowd, which was feisty but peaceful, waving their signs before a backdrop of Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Tiffany & Co., Levi's and Macy's.

"This is a country full of people that won't let the government start this immoral war in our name," rally organizer Tanya Mayo yelled from a stage swathed in peace banners, blue balloons and the names of victims of past wars.


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19 posted on 10/06/2002 4:31:52 PM PDT by RCW2001
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To: All
Bumping Post #15. Folks, there's gonna be rallies across the country, soon. Check that link out if you're not in CA.
20 posted on 10/06/2002 4:33:15 PM PDT by Bradís Gramma
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To: VaBthang4
No disrespect but....who cares? Let'em scream and chant and slit their wrists.

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I care. It's just beginning to build up. It's why we lost the Viet Nam War. That war was lost here, not in Viet Nam.

21 posted on 10/06/2002 4:40:09 PM PDT by RLK
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To: bluesagewoman; Grampa Dave
"They dropped out, tuned in, turned on and even 3000 dead Americans won't turn them off. I find peaceniks disgusting!"

What? You don't like Hollyweird/Berkeley style "Peace at ANY PRICE," Commonists, yellin "BRING IT ALL DOWN, MAAAAANNN!"??? (grin) (Rantin is fun! Don't stop on my account!)

22 posted on 10/06/2002 4:41:30 PM PDT by SierraWasp
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To: andrew
Thanks for the report, andrew. I'm appalled at the lemmings march over the cliffs of madness. In NYC, too, they march today.

Tiny Tommy Two-faces, Fatpig Teddy and the Baghdad Trio have all gotta be loving this...not to mention the al-queda types, watching on TV the very lambs they hope soon to slaughter.

Mama always said that stupid is as stupd does.

Ya done good with yer spontaneous invective, no need to waste any more breath than you have to, as their ears and heads are fulla crap and the truth will evade their understanding until further evil shatters their denial. Even then, the most rabid will remain unconvinced.

23 posted on 10/06/2002 4:43:48 PM PDT by jwfiv
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To: RCW2001
"We don't want war. It's clearly for fabricated reasons," said Taliya Ansari of Hercules, Calif., who came with her family after hearing of the rally at her mosque. "We don't want people to die. (Iraq is) not doing anything to us."

Well, no, I can't say I am shocked to hear about this little burqa-nit's opinion. No doubt she thinks suicide bombing, slavery, and hijacking is a wonderful alternative to seeing the US kick the living snot out of her terrorist kinfolk. You see, her definition of 'people' doesn't neccessarily mean non-muslims.

24 posted on 10/06/2002 4:46:58 PM PDT by piasa
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To: RCW2001
"Taliya Ansari of Hercules, Calif., who came with her family after hearing of the rally at her mosque."

That line from the article is quite telling and I especially liked the way the AP author started out with "A sweaty throng!"

Way to WRITE, Karen Gaudette!!!

25 posted on 10/06/2002 4:50:11 PM PDT by SierraWasp
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To: andrew
We must be thinking the same thing. Yesterday I was driving to South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, Calif to do some shopping and reap the benefits of Capitalism. There they were, the exact same people you just described, professors, burns outs, essentially a whole lot of half-wits. I too, yelled out "losers". Incidently, they had signs that read "honk for peace". I heard no honking.
26 posted on 10/06/2002 4:51:52 PM PDT by luckodeirish
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To: RLK
The Viet Nam war being lost here is exactly correct. Our government lost their resolve and wouldn't let our soldiers win the war. We let the peaceniks dictate to our representatives then, and they are doing it again. Since the peaceniks are already socialists they have no hesitancy to supporting the governments of tyrants and dictators, or giving aid and assistance to terrorist causes. They would have our country under their Marxist idealism in a heart beat if they could. They just might succeed if we don't let our voices be heard over theirs.
27 posted on 10/06/2002 4:55:09 PM PDT by bluesagewoman
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To: andrew
Anti-war activists march to protest the Bush administrations stance on Iraq Sunday, Oct. 6, 2002 in Los Angeles, Calif. The protesters started the day by rallying outside the Federal Building in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ric Francis)
Sun Oct 6, 6:55 PM ET

Anti-war activists march to protest the Bush administrations stance on Iraq Sunday, Oct. 6, 2002 in Los Angeles, Calif. The protesters started the day by rallying outside the Federal Building in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ric Francis)

28 posted on 10/06/2002 4:55:45 PM PDT by Dog Gone
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To: RCW2001
"It was one of dozens of anti-war rallies across the country organized by the Not in Our Name Project, a grassroots group opposing a range of Bush administration actions"

As usual the 'rat media leads in the lie, unless, of course, BS, Sheen, Meathead and the rest of the motley assortment of bi-(coastal and otherwise) mega millionaires who paid for the ad in the slimes which set the stage for the "spontaneous",,"not in our name" rallies, are what one would consider "grass roots".

29 posted on 10/06/2002 4:56:34 PM PDT by prov1813man
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30 posted on 10/06/2002 4:57:43 PM PDT by bonesmccoy
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To: bluesagewoman
They just might succeed if we don't let our voices be heard over theirs.

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It's up to Bush to confront the left with a crushing explanation of ideas and put these goofs in their place. I've been waiting for somebody to do this again since Reagan.

31 posted on 10/06/2002 5:06:13 PM PDT by RLK
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To: bonesmccoy
Partial list of organizers:

Anti-War Coalition, UC Santa Barbara
Richard Aoki, social activist
Araby, Cincinnati Refuse & Resist!
Masad Arbid, Arab-Palestinian physician, USA;
Editorial Board — Kana’an Quarterly
Ashton Applewhite, writer
ASIAN! (Asians for Ideas in Action Now!)
Adrian Bankhead, student activist
BAYAN International - USA
William Blum, author, Killing Hope, Rogue State
Lela Brown, student activist
Rev. Richard Meri Ka Ra Byrd, KRST Unity Center,
Los Angeles; Oct. 22 Coalition to Stop Police
Brutality,
Repression & the Criminalization of a Generation
Father Robert W. Castle, Episcopal Priest
Roger Dittman, Prof. Of Physics Emeritus, CA State
University; UN Rep. Of the World Federation of
Scientific
Workers
Carol Downer, Board of Directors, Chico (CA)
Feminist Women’s Health Center
Brian Drolet, producer/editor
Earth Neighborhood Productions and TriCity Peace
Action Network-Fremont, Union City, Hayward, CA
Becka Economopoulos
Riva Enteen, National Lawyers Guild, San Francisco
Nina Felshin, curator/writer
Paul S. Flores, author and performer
Diane Fujino, professor Asian-American Studies UC
Santa Barbara; ASIAN!
Paul George, Director, Peninsula Peace & Justice
Center, Palo Alto, CA
David Graeber
Mary Lou Greenberg, Revolutionary Communist
Party, NY Branch
Matef Harmachis, All-African Peoples Revolutionary
Party
International League of People’s Struggle
(ILPS-USA)
Inang Bayan (Motherland) Movement (Filipino
community)
Kabataang maka-Bayan, Pro-People Youth (L.A.)
Kent State Anti-War Committee
Yuri Kochiyama, activist
Sonali Kolhatkar, Vice President, Afghan Women’s
Mission
The Rev. Earl Kooperkamp, Pastor, St. Mary’s
Episcopal Church, NYC
Rev. Peter Laarman, Senior Minister, Judson
Memorial Church, NYC
Jim Lafferty, Executive Director, National Lawyers
Guild, Los Angeles
Ray Laforest, Organizer DC 1707, AFSCME and
Haitian community activist, NYC
Karen Lane, Pres., UCLA Undergraduate Students
Assn
Barbara Lubin, Middle East Children’s Alliance
Daniel Magpali, activist, ASIAN!, Red Phoenix
Miguel Maldonado, Immigrant Workers’ Assn, NYC
Eric Mar, SF Board of Education
John Martinez, Aztlan Media Collective, East L.A.
Anuradha Mittal, Co-Director Institute for Food &
Development Policy/Food First, Oakland, CA
Richard Montoya, Culture Clash
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano/a de Aztlan
(MEChA), Pasadena City College, CA
Jettie Mwenge, Freedom B4Peace
Dyan Neary, NYC Indy Media
Network in Solidarity with the People of the
Philippines (NISPOP)
Mo Nishida, revolutionary activist
Efia Nwangaza, African-American Institute for Policy
Studies, Greenville, SC
National Oct. 22 Coalition to Stop Police Brutality,
Repression & the Criminalization of a Generation
Raul Pacheco, Ozomatli
Jose Palafox, Ethnic Studies Dept., UC Berkeley
Andrea Prichett, Co-founder Berkeley CopWatch
Rakaa Iriscience, hip hop artist, Dilated Peoples
Red Phoenix
Rev. Dr. George F. Regas, Rector Emeritus, All
Saints Church, Pasadena, CA
Emily Reilly, Students for Fair Trade, Seattle
La Resistencia, Los Angeles
Mike Rhodes, Editor, Community Alliance magazine,
Fresno, CA
Matthew Rinaldi, San Francisco Bay Chapter,
National Lawyers Guild
Robert Rockwell, National Secretary, Refuse &
Resist!
Prof. Rodolfo Rosales, University of TX at San
Antonio
Adel Samara, Editor, Kana’an Review, Ramallah,
Palestine
Edith Sargon, UC Santa Barbara Student
Commission on Racial Equality
Evanne Scott
Lori Silverman, Peace Action Collective (Antioch
College)
Miles Solay, Refuse & Resist!
Bianca Sopoi-Bellchap, student activist
South Asians Against Police Brutality and Racism
Bob Stein, publisher
Stop the War Brigade & Vietnam Veterans Against
the War-Anti-Imperialist (Germany)
Students for Justice in Palestine, UC Berkeley
chapter
Students United for Peace, Occidental College, L.A.
Joe Urgo, Vietnam Veterans Against the War-AI
Kinan Valdez
Vieques Support Campaign
Rev. George W. Webber, Prof. of Urban Ministry and
President Emeritus, NY Theological Seminary
Saul Williams, spoken word artist
32 posted on 10/06/2002 5:09:28 PM PDT by Mr_Magoo
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To: andrew; AnnaZ; feinswinesuksass; Mercuria; HangFire; daviddennis; Tony in Hawaii; Outraged; ...
What those lefties in Westwood need is a good COUNTER-FReep, like THIS one in Tennessee, from http://www.newschannel9.com/vnews/topstories/1033943909/:
War of Words During War Protest

Story by Mike Dello Stritto on Sun, Oct 6th 2002 (5:38 PM)

It was supposed to be a protest against the war on terror. Then a group protesting the protestors showed up to Miller Park in Chattanooga...

Several dozen showed up for a scheduled rally promoting world peace. They were met joined by a small group wanting their voice heard as well.

Those protesting war ended up in a war of words with two women in support of a possible military attack on Iraq-- at times drowning out even those speaking at the rally.

"Resist, Resist, show them them that we're pissed," a group of women parodying cheerleaders screamed to the crowd.
 
The real show is going on in the crowd.
 
"Don't nobody want to hear that!" one man screams at a woman carriying the American flag.
 
"I don't care," June Griffin responded.
 
Meanwhile, a man with a preaches to a crowd of about two dozen.
 
"Today is the national day of resistance against the empire- against the American empire," the man screams into a bullhorn.
 
Those resisting war met plenty of resistance at the park.
 
"They're under the influence of that wicked ACLU who hates god and hates this country," Ruth Ann Wilson screams.
 
One poster proclaims 'one world one people.' There's a world of difference between those here.
 
"I came out here to deonstrate freedom of speech, personally," protestor Sayota Miguel Knight says."
 
"This is your free speech crowd right here," June Griffin says, showing us her poster war protestors took and tore into pieces.
 
It gets so heated, one man steps inbetween a man and a woman arguing about war.
 
"Ignore the idots," another man said on the bullhorn, as those protesting the protest stood in front of demonstrators.
 
"All you can say is god bless the American bomb!" Ruth Ann Wilson shouted back to the anti-war protestors.

This might not be a war, but it's certainly far from peace, and much further from any sort of conclusion.

The National Day of Resistance coincides with the one year anniversary of the attack on Afghanistan and a resolution that might get Congressional approval this week. It would give President Bush the stamp of approval for an Attack on Iraq.

This National Day of Resistance in being marked in several cities around the country. Local organizers tell us thousands are meeting for similar rallies from New York to Los Angeles.

Sorry, lefties in California, though - we're too busy "DUMPING DAVIS!" to bother with you right now.
If those losers are still around in a month, we will FReep 'em THEN - AFTER Election Day (11/5).

33 posted on 10/06/2002 5:11:45 PM PDT by RonDog
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To: andrew
Those of us who remember the Vietnam War protests:

I saw a documentary in which a General of the NVA [North Vietnamese Army] was asked if they were invloved in or organized the American war protests as "a form of warfare."

He stopped short of admitting that they [or Chicoms or Soviets] were actually involved in almost destroying America internally by organizing or controlling the American war protests.

However, he did say:

"We were counting on the effects of the war protests to ensure our victory over the Americans..."

Let me say it here first:

"Those who forget history are doomed to vote democrat..."

34 posted on 10/06/2002 5:12:15 PM PDT by mr. mojo risin
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To: Timesink
They tell all their people to gather via underground communications

Oh please. "Agent x9- the eagle lands at midnight. Aunt Rose needs her tulips, repeat, Aunt Rose needs her tulips. The ferret is in the cupboard. how copy, over?"

something like that?

They don't read all our crap, we don't read all theirs. I really doubt there's anything "Underground" about it.

35 posted on 10/06/2002 5:13:44 PM PDT by fourdeuce82d
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To: andrew
Strange, I didn't see these huge anti-war demonstrations when the Traitor-in-chief X42 launched us into a war against Christians in the Balkans who never even remotely threatened U.S. national security. Perhaps the usual anti-war suspects were pacified by the fact that we were fighting on the side of Muslim terrorists in that conflict.
36 posted on 10/06/2002 5:15:03 PM PDT by Mr. Mojo
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To: andrew
gee, wouldn't it be terrible if smallpox was delivered upon this crowd?
37 posted on 10/06/2002 5:15:52 PM PDT by Lexington Green
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To: andrew
A target rich environment.
38 posted on 10/06/2002 5:20:14 PM PDT by wardaddy
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39 posted on 10/06/2002 5:22:27 PM PDT by Anti-Bubba182
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To: Dog Gone
The 'schools not war' poster tell me the dems are slick. They got a rent a mob. They left Jesse out to not be as obvious.

This will not work either in their next desparate campaign.

40 posted on 10/06/2002 5:22:52 PM PDT by TaRaRaBoomDeAyGoreLostToday!
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To: andrew
The Anti Americans are doing that all over the country today to show how very patriotic they are! Yes, they hate the idea of killing terrorists you see, but mostly, they hate President Bush. That is the real agenda.
41 posted on 10/06/2002 5:24:41 PM PDT by ladyinred
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To: andrew
real conservatives do not counter-protest, they set up stands and sell the protesters water (with a "salubrious" profit).
42 posted on 10/06/2002 5:25:43 PM PDT by Mark Felton
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To: fourdeuce82d
What I think they meant was a quiet call to Jesse Jackson and greyhound buses.

RENT A MOB

And they went with an all white choice, this time.

Tell me all of these people just happen to all go protest. If there was one organization HippiesRUs or something that organized I may buy it. I smell desparate democrats. This and the IT'S THE ECONOMY POLL on DRUDGE... Elections are in Nov. the dems do operate like this.

43 posted on 10/06/2002 5:29:34 PM PDT by TaRaRaBoomDeAyGoreLostToday!
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To: Mark Felton
RIGHT ON!!!
44 posted on 10/06/2002 5:36:04 PM PDT by College Repub
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To: Timesink
Even if there are a few that have a right to protest from HippiesRUs so what. Always has been always will be anti-war protesters.

A good leader (president) does not decide about war over domestic politics and ACLU and hippies protesting. The signs that say STOP BUSH in the pics REALLY make me suspicious of the DNC rent a mob.

45 posted on 10/06/2002 5:36:53 PM PDT by TaRaRaBoomDeAyGoreLostToday!
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To: andrew
BUSH IS THE ENEMY - SADDAM IS OUR FRIEND


Blind partisans are pitiful, mindless creatures.
46 posted on 10/06/2002 5:38:53 PM PDT by Lexington Green
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To: Rye
You got that right. Might be time to start a we support
our President March. Or a write in campaign to every news org. from all of us. I agree with Andrew, They are LOSERS!
47 posted on 10/06/2002 5:44:45 PM PDT by 2rightsleftcoast
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To: Mark Felton
DEAD WRONG. Real conservatives battle these guys toe-to-toe and defeat them with wit and with aplomb. Don't tell me what real conservatives do or don't do, bro. I was there in West Palm in '00 carting my homemade signs and shoe-polishing my car to keep our elections fair and honest. I even wrote a few anti-Gore ditties.
48 posted on 10/06/2002 5:45:57 PM PDT by =Intervention=
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To: =Intervention=
Well said and no one let the D.C. chapter read post 42.
49 posted on 10/06/2002 5:48:04 PM PDT by TaRaRaBoomDeAyGoreLostToday!
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To: andrew
These folks are preaching to the choir. They should be having these rallies in Iraq!!!
50 posted on 10/06/2002 5:51:23 PM PDT by TheDon
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