Friday, October 06, 2006

World Can't Wait (To Get Bush Out of Here)

Actions to Drive Out the Bush Regime occurred from coast to coast on October 5 in over 200 locations. Several thousand took to the streets in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, hundreds acted in cities such as Tucson, Portland, Atlanta, and Austin, and in many small towns and cities scores of people went to intersections, town centers, local beaches, and wherever they thought they would reach the most people in their areas with the message that This Regime Does Not Represent Us and We Will Drive it Out.

Across the country, people young and old showed the heart and courage to confront the reality of the fascistic and war mongering direction the Bush Regime has been driving this country and the entire world. Together, we made a powerful and precious political statement - one that is being debated and seriously considered but that must still be acted on by people in a more massive way to actually shift the political dynamics in this country. The thousands who acted are the nucleus of a spreading movement that must now go on and win the argument with those who still are on the sidelines. Where Bush's whole agenda is repudiated and he and his Regime must leave office in disgrace. THE WORLD CAN'T WAIT, DRIVE OUT THE BUSH REGIME!

San Francisco


New York

A sentiment that weazl can understand

What a sad way for our elderly citizens to go to their graves!

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Via said...

Sad that Bush's illegal and immoral war demands these actions, but what a proud and noble effort! Nothing sad about that!

Anonymous said...

Its a shame the media purposely ignored this nation wide protest.
Whats new?

American Crusader said...

HAHA...All this wasted energy on a president whose term ends in two years and cannot be reelected.
Too bad they didn't use this energy to do something positive.
But hey...bitch and moan. It's the Democratic mantra.