This is where everybody gets in a fight about their "rights", but it has gone way past mere protest now. The organizers could have more than protest on their minds. Some cities are considering new laws on this. Hope they pass them!!
posted on 03/27/2003 8:35:23 PM PST
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Hoo-yah!! I would love that! There is a time and place for everything.
posted on 03/27/2003 8:41:52 PM PST
The organizers could have more than protest on their minds.
Another terrorist attack would help them politically.
Remember, when it comes to the left, it's all about power. Lives don't matter.
Me and several of my buds were hanging out together one weekend in Atlanta, Ga, on Peach Tree Blvd. We had just got back from Vietnam, after a tour of duty with the 173d Airborne Brigade (the same unit that just took the airfield in northern Iraq). Not doing anything, except waiting for our 2 friends to come out of the White Castle with some burgers & fries. We were suddenly arrested, thrown into jail (no rights read to us, no explanation) and finally were told--the next day-- we had been in violation of "The Safe Street and Sidewalk Act." Sound like something you might like to see happen?
We had military ID, told em we had just got back from Nam, no matter, hey...the ID's, they could have been fakes...right? No other charges--as we had not been doing anything. After a few days in jail, the MP's from Atlanta's Ft McPherson heard we were there--and came and got us out. We then returned to Ft Campbell, KY. The cops blatantly lied to the judge, said we had been "impeding" traffic going in and out of the burger place--which was a complete lie, they were total jerks. Incidentally, they all were wearing the American flag (as was I!).
posted on 03/28/2003 12:12:43 AM PST
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