Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Protest silliness in Seattle
from the mind of  Duke.

The group cowgirlup saw in San Francisco was up to the same tricks here in Seattle. Lucky me, they were right outside my office. But I had plenty of opportunity to take some great pictures.

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Because students skip class only for the most important of causes.

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I wondered where the editorial cartoonists for Pravda had gotten off to.

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Nice banner. But what's that on their table?

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Heh.

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Hmm, lets double check that in the dictionary:

Fascism: n.
Being able to demonstrate peacefully against your government without fear of persecution.


Well I'll be damned!

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I take great confort knowing that this young girl's parents have presented her with both sides of the issue and allowed her to come to her own conclusions before the protest.

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Sometimes they almost make it too easy.

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No no, that's the NEXT protest.

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This was in the middle of the speech about how wrong it is to imprison people for crimes they haven't been convicted of.

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Make love not war!

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8:24 PM  
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8:26 PM  
Blogger Carola said...

Great pictures!

7:31 AM  
Blogger reverse_vampyr said...

Thanks for posting all those pics. Good commentary as well. I'm new to your blog but will definitely be back!

(and good luck on deleting & avoiding these spammers in your comments)

9:00 AM  
Blogger massrepublican said...

Michelle linked me to this set...best blogging I've seen yet. I live in MA and thank God for blogs and internet. I thought I was all alone

9:10 AM  
Blogger Christopher A. Sabados said...

Great pics. I hope you don't mind me giving people a link to your site. Nice work.

1:20 PM  
Blogger William Teach said...

Hey, you have a great blog here..wait, that's been done already :)

Great pictures. Weren't you lucky to witness Moonbatpalooza? I hope you kept your windows closed to avoid the smell of unwashed moonbats.

2:33 PM  
Blogger Barb said...

To echo MassRepublican ... "I thought I was all alone" in Seattle! How nice to find out there are more conservatives in this oh-so-lefty state!!

Nice post and pics :-)

3:53 PM  
Blogger Mr. Baatard said...

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4:53 PM  
Blogger Mr. Baatard said...

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4:56 PM  
Blogger Mr. Baatard said...

Whew! Third time's a charm!

I hurt myself laughing at these pictures! Brilliant! Keep up the good work!

4:57 PM  
Blogger Partamian said...

Holy Crap! I love it. What a bunch of idiots. Reminds me of an Oingo Boingo song called Capitalism.

Oingo Boingo - Capitalism Lyrics

There's nothing wrong with capitalism
There's nothing wrong with free enterprise
Don't try to make me feel guilty
I?m so tired of hearing you cry

There's nothing wrong with making some profit
If you ask me I'll say it's just fine
There's nothing wrong with wanting to live nice
I'm so tired of hearing you whine
About the revolution
Bringin? down the rich
When was the last time you dug a ditch, baby!

If it ain't one thing
Then it's the other
Any cause that crosses your path
Your heart bleeds for anyone's brother
I've got to tell you you're a pain in the ass

You criticize with plenty of vigor
You rationalize everything that you do
With catchy phrases and heavy quotations
And everybody is crazy but you

You're just a middle class, socialist brat
From a suburban family and you never really had to work
And you tell me that we?ve got to get back
To the struggling masses (whoever they are)
You talk, talk, talk about suffering and pain
Your mouth is bigger than your entire brain
What the hell do you know about suffering and pain . . .

In fact, I'm going to post these lyrics on my blog later.

5:37 PM  
Blogger Raven said...

LOL...great pictures. Will give you some linky love for this.

6:03 PM  
Blogger Cavy the LGF one said...

Hey look ... An AIRHEAD convention ...

7:07 PM  
Blogger The Conservative UAW Guy said...

Great job!

7:41 PM  
Blogger spacemonkey said...

I love irony. These nuts are seriously funny.

10:19 PM  
Blogger Evan said...

Welcome Rightblogospherians. We are pleased to have you visit! Enjoy our site... and come back often... or at least once.

-Evan

6:34 PM  
Blogger Wade said...

This is why the closer I get to Seattle (I live approx 30 miles north), I become physically and mentally ill. No, really.

1:15 AM  
Blogger Internetking said...

hey... more pictures are at

http://www.internetking.com.mx/youth-anti-war-protest

3:02 PM  

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