Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror

Text messaging instructions to willing media enablers was part of the strategy for yesterday's anti-war protests marking the fifth anniversary since Liberation for the Iraqi's.

Handing out blue media advisories, and a deliberate strategy to refrain from pissing off motorists around San Francisco was also part of the scheme.

But despite the Left-wing determination to undermine support for our troops, the war, and peace in the middle east ---yesterday was a BUST for the Bay Area radicals.

This morning's San Francisco Chronicle sums it up.

"Yet, despite the often creative costumes and messages, the protests were a far cry from the large and dramatic protests that marked the buildup to the war as well as the conflict's early months. Tens of thousands came to San Francisco in those days, making it an epicenter of the anti-war movement. Roughly 2,150 protesters were arrested during the first three days of the war, Mar. 19-21, 2003. The city's hotels were crammed, and mobs tried to shut down the Bay Bridge.

Wednesday's biggest demonstration in the city occurred in the evening. Answer coalition organizer Richard Becker estimated the crowd of participants at 7,000.

Some yearned to renew the hope of those early days, emboldened in part by an upcoming presidential election that does not include the candidacy of George W. Bush."

The spring of hot protest against the 'unjust, immoral, illegal war' turned out to be a bust. Too bad for the smelly hippy crowd.

Bummer Dude.

I guess that these dopes are beginnng to figure out 2008 isn't 1968.

Iraq is NOT Vietnam.