posted on Sep, 26 2009 @ 01:53 AM
reply to post by warrenb
I've been around, and also remember talking to old folks when I was young who were around at the turn of the last century. This stuff happens from
time to time. The turn of the 19th century to the 20th century, lots of violence with union activity. 1930's the great depression, Americans turning
on Americans, 1968, the Democrat convention in Chicago, just to name a few things. The G20 stuff in Pittsburgh seems tame. Oh, yeah, Kent State, where
Ohio National Guard fired on peaceful students and killed 4. Four Dead In Ohio, as Neil Young sang........ As for me, in the 70's I was on strike at
a foundry in Cincinnati, it became ugly, but nobody was killed and only a few injuries. It's the American way.
But, now, the armored cops and armored vehicles. Well............there are ways so circumvent such things.......just saying...........
But, we are used to cushy stuff, now, here in the U.S.S.A. Bob Dylan sang, "the timesssss they are a changin........" and they are, once again.