Monday, March 19, 2007

The Belmont Club: on the unexpectedly large anti anti-War protests

The Belmont Club quoting WaPo,
This was not supposed to happen, but it did. So the search for "why?" begins. The Washington Post thinks it is because anti-war protesters went "too far".

At a Jan. 27 antiwar rally, some protesters spray-painted the pavement on a Capitol terrace. Others crowned the Lone Sailor statue at the Navy Memorial on Pennsylvania Avenue with a pink tiara that had "Women for Peace" written across it. Word of those incidents ricocheted around the Internet.

But was it a simple case of backlash against a few misguided extremists? That's the media theory so far.

Update: Check the video over at Gay Patriot's

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