March 21, 2008
5th Anniversary of the Iraq War Protest at Westlake Mall
Don't mess with The Raging Grannies. They were just one of the groups that converged on Westlake Mall in Seattle on Wednesday to protest the 5th anniversary of the Iraq War. You can see my coverage of this protest here. At the bottom is a link to the full gallery of pictures, as well as a link to the same protest last year.
Posted by byrond at March 21, 2008
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1. Excellent excellent stuff, thank you for that.
2. I think they look angrier this year. Perhaps that is due to the strides made here in Iraq since the surge.
3. It was less of a small crowd of Anti-War protesters and more of a gathering of the "unwashed".
4. Ahhhhhhhhh, she's so cute. LOL
My God, is that Jimma Carta in drag. Send in the attack bunny.
6. @ #5 No they look like the progeny of the attack bunny. And that is exactly what these american (small a) moonbats are; attack bunnies. That would be some mighty horrible tasting hasenphefer.
7. Thanks for all you do.If it were not for you,we on the side would not see pictures of the "junior communists"
8. Where are the street sweepers when you need them?
9. She is running out of things to do.
10. When you look up "Useful Idiot" in the dictionary, you see that photo.
11. I now know what 'Austin Powers' would look like in drag........check out those British choppers.
two words for Granny:
Speaking of angry seniors...have you seen following...this granny once tried to blow up police cars and then hid and ended up living the high life after marrying a surgeon. Talk about wanting to have it all ways!
'70s radical-turned-housewife back in prison
"Olson had served about six years behind bars for her role in incidents in 1975: the attempted bombing of two police cars and the shooting death of a customer during a bank robbery.
Prosecutors said she was part of an SLA plot to murder Los Angeles police officers by planting bombs under their squad cars.
One of the cars was parked outside a crowded Hollywood restaurant. The bombs did not go off, and no one was hurt.
Originally named Kathleen Soliah, she fled California after authorities began looking for her and then changed her name and lived for more than two decades as a fugitive before she was arrested in 1999 in Minnesota.
She had married and was raising three daughters."