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Originally posted by SteveR
Unfortunately this may do more harm than good. While it is right to speak up, this pressures the powers that be to "convince" us a little more. The last time they did that both world trade centers fell.
So, it worries me.
Originally posted by Black_Fox
I attended one here in my city of Racine,Wisconsin today.
No where near the numbers in Washington though.
Roughly about 100 or so.I think we have the obligation to at least try.
Try to be heard and try to make a difference.
Hats off to the people here in my city,Washington and everywhere else they protested today.
Originally posted by ThePieMaN
Why is there even the need for a protest? Haven't the people of the United States already told this administration that they have already had enough
Websurfer wrote:This rally is just a different way of saying there is no need to humiliate someone through taunting followed by a hanging at the cost of (insert death toll of Iraq civillians and American Service members).
Ape wrote:I feel Jane Fonda damaged the image of the entire rally by speaking, that woman is a communist.
Originally posted by websurfer
Americans making a stand. Democracy in action. There really is no reason for Americans to be in Iraq in the first place.
Allowing the hanging to take place as a public humiliation also may have enticed the neighboring countries to be on guard. An injection would have been just as effective.
Originally posted by Atomic
Saddam is dead, an evil delusional man that was given much more mercy in his death than those he killed by tying hand gernades to their bodies or poisoning with gas. He's dead, the world in the Middle East moves on quickly...I don't think a lethal injection would of changed much.