iraq quagmire | high crimes | protest
A friend sent a link to a Flickr group, with postings of photos from the NYC Peace March April 29, 2006
Held just yesterday, I wasn't there since I was hauling furniture from Florida to about half a mile from here [where I write you just now
] during the weekend and setting it up in someone's home only today.
The march was planned and co-ordinated by a coalition of willing peacemongers going under the umbrella name of United for Peace
The USA Media [those who bothered to provide coverage
], included the erstwhile Washington Post
who affirmed that "tens of thousands" attended. It was left for the international press, such as Monsters and Critics
to actually provide something other than stock wire coverage of the event.
Dubya declined comment on the march, but at a dinner held in his honor by the White House Correspondents
[can you imagine?] Bush spoke instead about the faux staff change shuffle at the White House, indicating that he "...survived the shake up
Meanwhile, the Hartford Courant
, in it's Sunday magazine, questioned whether or not Dubya could still lad the nation
given his increasingly abysmal job performance ratings. The article made mention of a contingent of voters who support impeachment
or at the very least censure for his and his administration's actions. Me. I say dispense with the niceties and try the whole lot of them for TREASON
and get it over with. Would this be devisive? Doubtless. But bring it on!
Labels: imipeachment, iraq, protest, social comment, treason