March 21, 2004

Global Protest Photo Gallery

Hey, don't blame me for lumping together the Communists, Saddamite Fascists, American flag burners, anti-Semities, and peaceniks. I know they all have different ideas. But they all marched on the same day for (supposedly) the same "cause." And Yahoo grouped them together in the same "anti-war" slideshow.

If I were against the war, I wouldn't have a damn thing to do with these people. This seems to me a lot like marching against affirmative action with the Ku Klux Klan. But hey, I could be off here.

Maybe if John Kerry wins the presidency and gets the same treatment (as I suspect he would, at least from some quarters), my less hawkish friends will finally understand where I'm coming from. That would be a refreshing change.

Posted by Michael J. Totten at March 21, 2004 12:42 AM
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