The Moonbats Answer the Call-to-Arms
I arrived on the tail end of it, in the latter part of the afternoon. But there was still a sizable crowd and much ranting on the microphone and from the podium.
Originally, after work, I had decided to drive out to Little Tokyo to pick up food and a monthly subscription I have at a Japanese bookstore. While walking from an ATM, I noticed quite a bit of police presence on 2nd Street...then a few strays with signs, and passed a guy wearing a t-shirt that read "1900 dead....How many more?". I identified the epicenter of this dissent, quickly doubled back 3 blocks for my digital camera in the car, and decided food and my magazine could wait. I headed over to the noise.
Some of the most laughable signs were those tying Bush-blame to Katrina....my favorite being a t-shirt that read, "Make levees, not war."
Not sure exactly what area I was in....it was out toward City Hall. I think we were on Los Angeles Street, and the road was blocked off. Anyway, I'll let the pix speak for themselves:
A college Republican voices his sarcasm.
A lone pair of Protest Warriors trail a gang of Che Guaverra fans....one of them had a flag with that bastard's infamous image on it.
I was aiming my camera at the sign in the back...then my camera drifted to that pretty girl in the foreground....so I ended up snapshotting half-and-half.
There were some other pretty girls- your stereotypical pot-smoking, liberal peaceniks; their vulgar signs and moonbat sloganeering were a major turn-off, though.
Political Teen has a video of Cindy Sheehan's speech in DC.
Michelle Malkin has photos and comments.
California Conservative weighs in. Freedom Eden blogs on Gold Star Mother's Day and the exploitation by Cindy Shenanigans of that status name recognition.
Global Cop From D.C. is live photo-blogging. My favorite.
Oh, look! It's Kanye West! Still Stuck on stupid...