Skip to comments.Pre-Patriots Rally II FReep, Chicagoland
Posted on 10/19/2002 4:58:06 PM PDT by RedWing9
I am rallying the troops in support of the Patriots Rally II. We can provide support to those Patriots in D.C. who will rally in support of our troops and the War on Terror. This coming Friday, October 25, 4:45p, we have our chance to send off the leftists. We can provide them with a warm and fuzzy feeling for their 11+ hour ride.
Here is the information, straight from the International Answer site...
----------------------------------------------------- CHICAGO, IL - Oct. 26 TRANSPORTATION: Buses depart 5:30 PM Friday, October 25, from Grant Park behind the Art Institute. The buses will be parked on Columbus Drive between Adams and Jackson and are returning to the same location Sunday morning, October 27. Price = $70.00. ------------------------------------------------------
No matter were you are in the Chicago area, Grant Park is easily accessible, either by personal or public transportation.
If you can be there, please RSVP to me. If you want to ask other FReepers to carpool, I would be more than happy to help get that going. Just give me the general area you live and I will blast an email to everyone.
If you have ideas for signs, please either post or send them to me via FReepmail.
Lets make this the biggest, most successful, Chicagoland FReep yet!
May I humbly suggest a few rounds of "We don't care what you say, we're gonna bomb them anyway!"
They really love that one too.
See #5 and #9. : )
RedWing, count me in! I'm gonna be yelling this one at them as loudly as I yelled "How's Monica, Bill?" at the last freep you 'n I were at!
LMFAO!!! Afterwards, I say we retire to the Berghoff for a few rounds of my favorite Berghoff dark and a nice dinner. Whatcha say?
GMTA!!! Last week while walking through Kluczynski Federal Plaza (Jackson & Clark, downtown Chicago) I happened by a group of the anti-war bed-wetting urine-soaked peaceniks as they were beating their war drum chanting "no blood for oil!" I walked right in front of the 50'ish pony-tailed hippie freak peacnick, got right in his face, took 3 deep sniff's (sniff, sniff, sniff!) then shouted at him "Try soap next time, MORON!" And then as I walked away, I yelled at him "Didn't your daddy tell you back in the 60's to get a f***ing haircut already?!" and then went on my merry way.
It was a fine fall morning in Chicago, indeed!
And RedWing my friend, EVERY DAMN' morning these idiots are out there, I let 'em have it. It's at the point that they see me coming and do anything & everything to not make eye contact and turn away from me. :-)
I have my own little "freep" every morning. LOL!!!
Weekend before election day. Who's going to waste time on something that won't gain a single vote?
On his way up, Dick Mell did his best to get his opponent to divert energy "out of ward". I know. I was there.
Now we're going to do it for him without any energy on his part? No wonder our side is struggling.
The only message to be heard on Iraq, or any issue, is the message delivered election day.
Which was the same response I got when I alerted freepers about the "Rally for Workers Rights" that demanded felons, border-hoppers, and other criminals get the same "rights" as law-abiding Amreican citizens. Sadly, there a lack of outrage from our freeper community. Perhaps freepers are more interested in protesting individuals than protesting leftist groups.
In any case, you can count on me to be there the 25th.
For of those you who perfer freeping candidates because it's election time, there will amble opportunity to protest "Dick" Durbin and Mike Madigan's little girl on Nov. 2nd. Check the Illinois Leader or freepmail me for details.
See you at Michigan Ave and Jackson, 4:45p. We will head toward Columbus Drive at about 5p to find our targets. Keep those sign ideas coming!
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