Inauguaration protests in Washington, D.C., were successful today,forcing Bush to step down in favor of Ralph Nader, who was sworn in by Chief Justice Rhenquist. Nader's first official act upon returning to the White House was to pardon Native American imprisoned activist Leonard Peltier. "Most Americans are in favor of pardoning people convicted of murdering two FBI agents in the line of duty," said newly-sworn in President Nader. "It's going to be a fruitful four years for progressive activists," he continued. "They have always hade power, they have power, and they will continue to have power."
See, the protests did work. They inspired you to make a complete fool of yourself in public. Sounds like meaningful direct action to me.
Well, then the protests were not in vain. Please tell me where to send contributions to the bail fund. "BM" -- apt moniker.
Twist in the wind. Twist slowly, oh so slowly, ever so slowly in the wind.
You are right about that... Look at what happened to Jesse Jackson.
Oh, that is so relevant. A man does a nasty, gets busted, gets lynched right before he was going to lead a protest.
There seem to be a lot of people around here wearing neckties. Like Republicans do when they go to court to steal the election.
Twist. Twist so slowly. Twist and rot.