10 May 2008
"People walk past and say, 'I'm glad you're doing something,' " said Marty O'Malley, a Forest Hills council member who has attended more than 100 anti-Iraq war events, as he stood in front of Democratic U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle's Downtown office last week with the small gathering of activists.
"I want to shake them and say, 'Why aren't you doing something!?' "Right back atcha Marty. There were only three of you and nobody remembered to bring the petition? FAIL!
That should tell him that the war is going very well thank you. If it wasn't, the media wouldn't let 30 seconds go by without saying something about it.
"Please think about this. It's important," Lynne Flavin, 60, of Lawrenceville, told passersby. She held a blood red sign that said, "Support the Troops. End the War."
Few people gave more than a glance.I try not to look crazy-folk in the eye when I'm on the street either. Maybe she should wear funny clothes too. Draws my attention involuntarily sometimes, might help her.
Finally something I can agree with. Oh, you mean he didn't realize Bush can't run for a third term? Typical Obama supporter I guess.
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