To: MissAmericanPie; Vets_Husband_and_Wife; RipeforTruth; Orion
Thank you for stopping by, MAPie! Yes, our local conservative station KVI 570, and the fabulous morning host Kirby Wilbur, gave us lots of plugs! Kirby is simply great. HEre is a beautiful patriotic shot. The elderly man is Jack, He is aNotre Dame Marching Band alum and broguht his coronet. Just the day before he had played at the Standfore/Notre Dame game and marched. We all sang along with his patriotic tunes, it was inspiring! FReepers are Patrito62 on the left, Patriot's dad, & Patriot's friend with the "merciful" sign.
Others are conservatives and KVI listeners.
To: Publius; DoughtyOne; thunderdome; ppaul
BTTT FReeper MarkM is on the left in the black leather jacket.
Left of him are a couple young men from a conservative youth group called Young Americans for Freedom
. Their WA president, Hans, is an excellent speaker. He will be seen in politics later - no doubt about it! The young man with the blue shirt and hat in this picture looks like the lefties, but I asked him if he wanted to hold a flag, and he said his patriotism was inside his heart (the shot I got on camera) He was great and was with us most of the day. He and several others found us as they walked by. A couple from Olympia who happened to be shopping, and a young black man who had piercings and baggy pants. It just goes to show that you can't always judge by appearance. :)
Great job all!!! LOVED the pics!! ;o)
Great thread! I kept trying to look at it last night, and everytime I would go to it, my 'puter would freeze up totally! I wonder why? The pictures are fantastic. I actually like the George Bush cowboy! Wonder if they would let us have it for our Fresno Freeps! Wouldn't that be funny?
Good job freepers!
Thanks to all you Patriot's for the great Freep of McDermott and the rest of his evil menions. A salute from Woodinville for the magnificient march against the Democratic Socialist Representative of the 7th district.
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