Sunday, September 16, 2007

Peaceniks Protest / 190 Arrested

The peaceniks were out in force protesting the Iraq War yesterday. Organizers estimated there were 100,000 protesters, other sources put the number at several thousand. These card carrying Anti-Americans went marching through downtown Washington to the Capitol steps to stage a "Die In."

This Anti-American protest lacked the usual "star power" with only American Traitor, Cindy Sheehan, in attendance. Not having time to participate in this silly charade, other famous Americans traitors, John Kerry, Jane Fonda, BaROCK Osama, Sean Penn, Kookcinich, etc. stayed at home to work on fixing their Global Warming lies for Al "Energy Whore" Gore.

These so-called "peaceful protesters", as they usually do, ended up resorting to civil disobedience. Not getting the reaction or having the effect they wanted during the "die in," the protesters started throwing rocks & bottles at police, then began climbing over barricades blocking the Capitol steps.

To help them with their "die in" I feel a little re-creation of Kent State would have been very fitting, but Capitol Police would not take my advice and arrested 190 of these idiots.

While these above idiot peacniks were creating propaganda for the terrorists, there were about 1000 Americans staging a counter protest, with no arrests, near the Washington Monument....

Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Robert "Buzz" Patterson, speaking from a stage to crowds clad in camouflage, American flag bandanas and Harley Davidson jackets, said he wanted to send three messages.

"Congress, quit playing games with our troops. Terrorists, we will find you and kill you," he said. "And to our troops, we're here for you, and we support you."

Thanks Buzz!


  1. Was the Kent State remark needed? I find it very tasteless.

  2. Thanks for commenting anon.

    Here's your answer...

    Yes the Kent State remark was not only needed it was appropriate. As much as you find that remark tasteless, I find the actions of these protesters tasteless.

    They DO have the right to voice their opinion, but they do NOT have the right to resort to civil disobedience.



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