Friday, October 06, 2006

US - Anti-Bush protest fizzle

But that doesn't stop the Bakersfield Californian from spinning the failed protests. Here's their headline: "Thousands nationwide protest Bush's policies"

Note that's "thousands" not hundreds or even tens of thousands and it covers the entire nation.

"Hundreds of people called the Bush administration's policies a crime and held up yellow police tape along a three-block stretch in front of the White House on Thursday as part of a nationwide day of protest against the president. [Now we're down to hundreds and this in front of the White House, the supposed belly of the beast]

The 500 demonstrators were among many who gathered for similar events in more than 200 cities to protest Bush on issues ranging from global warming to the war in Iraq."

How delusional are these people? Just listen.

"We are turning the corner in bringing forward a mass movement of resistance to drive out the Bush regime," said organizer Travis Morales with the activist group World Can't Wait.

"A mass movement"? More like a bowel movement. It gets better.

"Thousands of protesters clogged New York City's streets as they marched from the United Nations headquarters."

Really LUBNA? And you would know that how reporting from California? Someone who was there disagrees and he has pictures to prove it. The average age looked to be about 60's - aging anti-war protesters from Vietnam.

"They should have changed it to the World Can’t Bother to Show Up rally because there was hardly anyone there. This is a shocker for NYC being a moonbat mecca. No papier mache heads but there was a large Bush head. The usual stands hawking t-shirts, buttons and publications but no crowds. The space they had cordoned off on Union Square North was not even a third full. The overall feeling was one of anemic rage, worn out slogans and paranoia. A woman in the crowd kept screaming ‘psychopath’ over and over. The speakers were literally screaming and shrieking so loud into the massive sound system it was painful. Ran into a former colleague and we both remarked on how dismally empty it was."

Thanks to the blogsphere, the world now knows that the anti-war movement is led by Communists.

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