Skip to comments.Bizarre Photos and Quotes from Protesters at RNC Convention (Vanity)
Posted on 08/29/2004 4:30:37 AM PDT by Jet Jaguar
Just a vanity thread to highlight the freakish behavior by the leftist, communists, socialists, and clueless.
Please add to this if you find a bizzare photo or link.
WARNING...This thread might contain questionable material.
This is the official Bush-Cheney blog for the convention:
Rush has always said that the libs are at their most entertaining when they are out of power.
Is she Queen of the Lesbians or something?
It must be the Darwinian will to power at work.
Pictures are worth a thousand words. Do decent Americans want to align themselves with these freaks? I sure hope not.
I want to see some pictures of the UAW folks walking hand in hand with the lesbians and anarchists.
Good deal I am glad you saw this. I tried to ping you but mis-spelled your name.
You may want to ask the mods to change your thread title. This isn't about the freakishness at the RNC Convention, it is about the freakishness of those protesting the RNC.
A group of AIDS (news - web sites) activists stage a naked protest outside of New York's Madison Square Garden August 26, 2004. The protesters blocked 8th Avenue in midtown Manhattan outside the Garden, site of the Republican National Convention. Law enforcement authorities expect thousands of protesters to descend on the city before the start of the convention on August 30, 2004. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen
Layla Love, right, from the Brooklyn borough of New York, and Leila Brahimi, left, from the Manhattan borough of New York, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, take part in a rally for reproductive rights sponsored by Planned Parenthood
From left, Michelle Mazzarno, Danni Wright, and Jennifer Nordstrom, who call themselves 'Elephants against Republicans,' stand Saturday, Aug. 28, 2004 at the Ground Zero in New York to protest the Republican National Convention which begins on Monday. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
Reproductive rights supporters gather next to City Hall in New York August 28, 2004. Planned Parenthood (news - web sites) organized the march, which began in Brooklyn, marched over the Brooklyn Bridge, then gathered next to City Hall. The protest was one of many scheduled in conjunction with the Republican National Convention which begins August 30 at Madison Square Garden in New York. (Henny Ray Abrams/Reuters)
|Protesters march through the streets in New York looking for Starbucks coffee restaurants on August 28, 2004, the site of the Republican National Convention. Police expect large protests and have planned for the possibility of attacks when the convention starts in New York on August 30. REUTERS/Chip East
Planned Parenthood (news - web sites) organized a reproductive rights march from Brooklyn, across the Brooklyn Bridge, and into lower Manhattan, August 28, 2004 in New York. The protest was one of many scheduled in conjunction with the Republican National Convention which begins August 30 at Madison Square Garden in New York. Organizers estimated a crowd of 15,000. REUTERS/Henny Ray Abrams
"You may want to ask the mods to change your thread title. This isn't about the freakishness at the RNC Convention, it is about the freakishness of those protesting the RNC."
Help here if you see fit.
And to think these people are only a few hours drive from my home in central PA.
"Is this where it will finally happen for me?" he wondered, for what seemed like the thousandth time that morning. "Is this where I'll finally meet the man who can accept me for who and what I truly am...?"
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