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Via email, more photos of the recent demonstrations in DC. The ANSWER rally is on the left, and the counter-protest on the right.
Many more here.
Some earlier photos here.
You missed the "Breasts, Not Bombs" women. Then there's the cute, hip teen girls with the sign "The Only Bush I trust is my own."
Thanks for the pics. They pretty much illustrate why a whole lot of people who oppose the Iraq War won't attend a protest rally. That set, one photo did do a very good job of capturing my sentiments:
Now of course I suppose I could add a link to the pictures of teh Abu Ghraib abuses, but then I'd be immediately denounced for painting with too wide a brush. Imagine that.Posted by Wilson Kolb at October 2, 2005 08:22 PM
Wow, that horrible lesbian. She is as horrible as England holding a man on the leash. They are both posing, right? And taking photos. Who knows. Maybe this lesbian is also abused by her boyfriend when he took picutre of her.
Mr. Greyhawk, the way you are presenting this people is severe threat to democratic society. You are claiming that people who are against war are some silly people with long beards and that people who are for war are straight. Your criticism is dangerous because you are inclinating what is "normal" and what is "not normal". I must protest as a person who at least thinks that in democracy people can be lesbians if they want, they can be straight if they want and whatever they wish. Your horrible critic of the protest is quite easily to attack, conquer, bring to the context and set as example of how you find democracy.
Can you take a photo of a lesbian in pro-war group? Or straight person in anti-war group? If you claim there are none, then you are not the person which has the right to represent American soldiers in Iraq or wherever in the world. Think about that next time you bring mockery to the democracy, but I guess that is what NATO soldiers are supposed to do in this war.Posted by Sinke at October 6, 2005 12:05 AM Hide Comments | Show/Add Comments in Popup Window(4) | (Note: You must refresh main page to view newly posted comments here)