A note on the Amazon ads: I've chosen to display current events titles in the Amazon box. Unfortunately, Amazon appears to promote a disproportionate number of angry-left books. I have no power over it at this time. Rest assured, I'm still a conservative.
Sunday, April 04, 2004 Photos of the protest: You've asked for them (well, maybe you haven't, no matter) so here they are.
The counter-protesters are armed and ready.
It's T-9 minutes from the supposed start of the march. Where are the people?
The videogenic Lt. Smash gives one of his numerous interviews to his adoring fans in the media.
The clueless-looking redhead is the brownshirt who determined that Bryon Scott is a f***ing fascist.
CBS reporter debates the Iraq war with Smash and others. As a point of clarification, I would classify the reporter's views as Howard Dean-ish. He believes that Iraq was a diversion from getting Osama in Afghanistan/Pakistan. He's not like the A.N.S.W.E.R types who think that all war is wrong and we should ask ourselves what we did to provoke 9/11.
This is the largest number of anti-war leftists I could get in a single frame. There weren't a whole lot of them. Truly disappointing.
Then of course there is the obligatory "Free Mumia" banner. Leftists love their cop-killers.
If you're looking for more wonderful images of Saturday's event, be sure to check out Lt. Smash, and Slings & Arrows. Breaker also has an account of his wonderful day. Xrlq was also in attendance (go to his blog and bug him to write something), my bad in failing to note that earlier. And there are even more photos here.