Tuesday, August 31, 2004
By Steven L. Taylor

20 Arrested in Anti-GOP Demonstrations

Protesters in pig snouts grunted and rolled in bogus $100 bills featuring a sneering Vice President Dick Cheney on Tuesday as part of a day of civil disobedience aimed at deflating Republicans in town to celebrate their party’s presidential ticket.

Outside the hotel where Texas Republicans were staying, about two dozen protesters calling themselves employees of “Hallibacon” chanted: “We love money. We love war. We love Cheney even more.”

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3 Responses to “How Long Did it Take to Think up that Stunt?”

  1. DeoDuce Says:

    The height of classiness.

  2. Director Mitch Says:

    Well, they’re right for me on two of those points.

  3. Tom Says:

    One has to believe that this ‘civil disobedience’ is turning off the swing voters, rather than bringing more to their cause.

    If one wants to convince lay people to see things a certain way, “shrill” is not the way to go about it.

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