Skip to comments.News photos of counter-protesters Jan 18th (the good guys)
Posted on 01/19/2003 12:32:36 AM PST by weegee
A Marine Corps veteran, who supports the Bush administration's position on Iraq, shouts his dissaproval of the antiwar protesters marching Saturday, Jan. 18, 2003 in Washington. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
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Metropolitan police officers stand guard as pro-war demonstrators protest in the background, Saturday, Jan. 18, 2003 in Washington. (AP Photo/Charlie Dharapak)
Americans opposed to waging war in Iraq streamed into Washington under blue skies and bright sunshine January 18, 2003 for mass protests demanding the White House back down and give U.N. weapons inspectors a chance. Tens of thousands of people are expected to demonstrate in Washington and San Francisco, representing what organizers said would be the largest showing of U.S. anti-war sentiment since President Bush (news - web sites) started making his case for attacking Baghdad last year. A woman carries a sign during a counter-demonstration assembling near the Vietnam Veteran's memorial. (Mannie Garcia/Reuters)
A counter-demonstrator displays a sign during an anti-war rally in Washington January 18, 2003. Americans opposed to the United States waging war on Iraq gathered for mass demonstrations on Saturday as U.N. arms inspectors prepared to go to Baghdad for talks on the Gulf nation's disarmament. REUTERS/Molly Riley
Looks like the reverse of his poster used some sort of reference the the "I'm just a bill" educational cartoon.
An anti-war protester shouts back at a supporter of war with Iraq Saturday, Jan. 18, 2003,in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
Notice that the officer is restraining the antiBush protester from approached the counter protester.
South Koreans gather Sunday, Jan. 19, 2003, in downtown Seoul, to show support for the United States and the military personnel stationed in the country. More than 40,000 braved the cold weather to chant slogans and listen to Christian leaders. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)
I believe it's going to get worse, as we begin to find out where the financing comes from for some of these fringe organizations.
Hide and watch.
Look a little closer, focus your lens weegee: that's a she !
A protester flashes a peace sign during an anti-war rally in Washington January 18, 2003. Hundreds of thousands of Americans opposed to waging war in Iraq rallied on Saturday in several cities demanding the White House back down and give U.N. weapons inspectors a chance. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
<amazed>Could it be ... non-"white" folks support this Administration???? And this war???? Oh, the horror!
Notice too that the "passed" act (the "bill" in the cartoon) is saluting. Probably the "Homeland Security Act" or some similar legislation.
North Korean union members, youths and students hold a mass rally in support of a government statement declaring its withdrawal from the nuclear non-proliferation treaty in a square in front of a monument to the party foundation in Pyongyang, North Korea (news - web sites) January 14, 2003. The top U.S. envoy for Asia said on January 16 that resolving the nuclear stand-off with North Korea would be a 'slow process' despite agreement around the globe that the Korean peninsula should remain free of atomic weapons. (KNS/Reuters)
CAPTION CORRECTION - CORRECTING NAME OF SUBJECT U.S. Marine Corps veteran Joel Kernodle salutes the Vietnam War memorial during a counter-demonstration in Washington January 18, 2003. While thousands of anti-war protesters gathered on the National Mall, a counter-demonstration of war veterans, billed as a 'Patriot's Rally' in support of U.S. troops, also began assembling near the Vietnam War memorial. REUTERS/Mannie Garcia
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