In San Francisco, people take to the streets to protest the “Bush Regime’s” unlawful war (Indymedia Photo).
Loudly they denounce this unprovoked aggression. The status quo is always better than any bloodshed, particularly unilateral actions undertaken by 40 or so nations (Indymedia Photo).
Here is what they wanted to stop (Jerome Delay – AP):
It is almost too horrible to keep viewing:
My goodness, how awful. They are giving the evil imperialist invaders flowers. How much more of this can we take? Quick, dust off the little red book and head to the streets(AP Photo – Jon Mills ):
Clearly, these people would rather we had stayed home, or gone through the UN – but we should not have toppled the legitimate Hussein. Why, according to the BBC, just months ago Hussein got 100% of the vote. These pictures must be fabricated (Karim Sahib/Agence France-Presse).
How dare we impose our will on these people (Chang W. Lee – The New York Times)?
The difference between Baghdad and San Francisco?
Baghdad was liberated from 30 years of an oppressive regime, and now they hope and pray to live in blissful peace.
The residents of San Francisco were liberated from their senses 30 years ago, and continue to reside in blissful ignorance.
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American RealPolitik, Occam’s Toothbrush, and Donald Sensing (scroll down- he has posted a lot today) also have some great stuff.