Anti-war march this Saturday

This Saturday, April 29, beginning at noon, there will be a March for Peace, Justice and Democracy in New York City. More information is available at Please do not show up at David and Vanessa’s wedding in Lyndhurst ( accidentally, especially if you have not RSVPed.

For the Buffalonian contingent, the Western New York Peace Center is organizing a bus trip for $50 roundtrip.

I have a dental appointment Saturday, but hopefully I will be in good enough shape to make it down.

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  1. Posted 4/24/2006 at 4:44 pm | Permalink

    LOL, when will they learn… Another hodge podge march with no clear goals. Wouldn’t focusing one one particular issue be more effective? I’m surprised GLAAD hasn’t complained about the march not explicitly being for “gay marriage” yet. :)

  2. Posted 4/24/2006 at 4:52 pm | Permalink

    But they have learned. The recent immigration marches notwithstanding, the only way to drive numbers is by coalition building. The left has always been too easily distracted by internecine battles. By getting large enough numbers, you get into the MSM. The message: Americans are dissatisfied with our leadership.

  3. Posted 4/24/2006 at 7:30 pm | Permalink

    True, but that is like a child incessantly crying and throwing fits all day. Anyone but his parents will eventually tune him out.

    Unless Democrats can revert to their pre-1980s strength they will continue to lose. Unfortunately for them, consistency and workable patriotic ideas are still valued.

    Also, unless it can be established that the MRC is a mental institution, demonstrators won’t need significant numbers to be noticed by the MSM.

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