Protest Warrior

In a message dated 4/6/03 2:10:55 PM, onealk@... writes:

<< Has anyone else seen this site? It seems pretty new. Follows along the
lines of the Anti-Michael Moore's within our midst. :slight_smile:

-Kevin- >>

Kevin, I agree...it's a great site. I sent this site to the group March 21st.
At that time all it had was some pics of the march and the signs they used in
the march...the video CRACKS ME UP!! Why did they use Microsoft media player?
Looks like crap! Should have used Quicktime, oh well.

Freedom rings in Iraq as I write this…I ¿wonder¿ what happened to the
150,000 to 200,000 dead civilians, 75,000 dead American soldiers and the 1.5
to 2.5 million refugees the anti-war crowd kept screaming in our faces?? By
my count the only report of dead civilians, and I don't deny that there are,
is from the Iraqi propaganda minister, he says "over 400" we lost 40-50 brave
souls in combat to date and the huge number of Iraqis refugees??? A big fat
"0"

I'm not surprised to see the Iraqi's waving at and cheering the allied
forces, freedom from tyranny has that effect. Does this change the anti-war
crowds tune??? Sort of, now, according to this mornings San Francisco
Chronicle, they are having a rally to "Impeach Bush" what a bunch of idiots!
Present company excepted of course. More to come....

Live free or die, Michael S.

Michael R. Sawyer
Trade Printing
1761 Kelly Street
San Mateo, CA 94403
USA
ph: 650-286-0970
fax: 650-286-1980

In a message dated 4/6/03 2:10:55 PM, onealk@... writes:
forces, freedom from tyranny has that effect. Does this change the anti-war
crowds tune??? Sort of, now, according to this mornings San Francisco
Chronicle, they are having a rally to "Impeach Bush" what a bunch of idiots!
Present company excepted of course. More to come....

Is there some way to just impeach Ashcroft? While the country, and even the
LP, is pretty much split on this war, I think we all agree that Ashcroft is a
bad, scary man who needs to be stopped. I read a good piece in Salon that
described Ashcroft's mindset as that of a military general in a foreign
theater, with no accoutability to the judicial or legislative branches -- only
to his President. Patriot II is on its way...

By the way, who would've thought just 15 years ago... that Jerry Brown's
police force would be the first in the nation to use rubber bullets on
protestors of the Iraq war? Maybe Moonbeam now actually does have some
respect for the rights of private property owners? Or maybe just those
property owners who are big contributors to his campaign. :smiley: