Saturday, September 12, 2009
Today's righty protest in Washington is drawing a big crowd, clouds and rain notwithstanding...
UPDATE: The demonstration is over now (late afternoon Saturday), but at the time of this post there was quite the throng.
Right now the camera image shows empty streets. Maybe the protest is over. Then again, the flag is at full staff. I've heard that some of the cameras are deliberately set to show outdated images. Is that happening here?
Go look at the still photo on instapundit. In that picture, the weather is overcast and cloudy, the flag is at half mast, and the streets are completely filled with people.
The "live" camera feed was soon changed, showing a flag at full staff, different weather, and empty streets, and has stayed that way through the end of the demonstration.
I watched the various camera feeds as the crowd was dispersing. There should have been tens of thousands of people crowding the streets, yet all of the traffic cameras around the mall show empty streets. It's an interesting story, very Orwellian, if anyone cares to investigate it.
Thoughtful consideration? As with everything in the Bush administration that is an oxymoron.
Here is some thoughtful consideration from those demonstrating against Dubya. What sort of THOUGHTFUL CONSIDERATION did those demonstrators shown in the link merit? Inquiring minds want to know.
Pasadena Vicki, since you did not answer my question the first time, I will repeat it.
What sort of THOUGHTFUL CONSIDERATION did those demonstrators shown in the link merit? Inquiring minds want to know. ( from 11:01 p.m.)