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The protests on Jan. 31st & Feb. 4 show that a movement to drive out the Bush regime is coming together, involving a broad array of people - from ministers to movie stars to the parents of soldiers who died in Iraq; from writers to congresspeople to scientists; from lawyers to activists to students to those who’ve quit this regime in disgust; to thousands and thousands of "ordinary people."
NEW YORK — They didn't change the Republican platform, prevent the nomination of President Bush or even make a lot of noise about voting for Democratic nominee Sen. John Kerry. But the half-million or so people who protested during the GOP convention this week didn't come for that.
Protesters said they had shown that not all Americans agree with Bush and that dissenters can speak out. "People are recognizing they need to vote with their feet. They need to be out in the streets," said Tanya Mayo, 36, national organizer of Not In Our Name, an anti-war group...Link
Mosely also testified at his own trial where he further described the attack, leaving no question that he was the killer.
In 1968, during a trip to a Buffalo, New York hospital for surgery, he overpowered a guard and took five hostages, sexually assaulting one of them, before he was recaptured. He was alive and remained in prison after being denied parole a 12th time on February 3rd, 2006. His latest parole hearing included his defense that "For a victim outside, it's a one-time or one-hour or one-minute affair, but for the person who's caught, it's forever." 
Originally posted by Dr_Faustus
Perhaps Milgrims' theories are related to Stockholm syndrome, and point to another reason for our apparent apathy?
Originally posted by godservant
smallpeeps, again I am enlightened. It really makes sense. That explains why I thought I was somewhere in between the 1 and the 19.
This is a good balance that couldn't work any other way - we can't all be the 1 and if were all the 19, we'd be extinct.
Originally posted by NJE777
There are plenty of activist groups out there:
World Can't Wait - Drive out the Bush Regime
Originally posted by NJE777
I havent really checked out their agenda but posted it to demostrate that there are pleny of people/groups affiliating to protest issues without guns
those I posted were but a handful...so many activists, it demostrates that people are still fighting Govt, some people havent given up.
[edit on 7-4-2006 by NJE777]
Originally posted by Jadette
I mean, that, it seems that we're either all young, or we've forgotten the past.