“Freedom Walk”

Am I the only one who finds it ironic that to participate in yesterday’s “Freedom Walk” one had to register on the internet with the Department of Defense before-hand? Or that the actual walk was completely fenced in and surrounded by the entire DC Police Force? Or that if you tried to join the “Freedom Walk” after registration closed you would be arrested? Or that, well the list goes on

1 Comment so far

  1. wayan (unregistered) on September 12th, 2005 @ 8:44 am

    That’s not ironic Darpino, of course you need to register, be searched, and fenced in by metal and police to support freedom. Oh and you also need to be the right kind of person to support freedom. A good upstanding American, not one of those messy liberal-elite journalists types:

    One restricted group will be the media, whose members will not be allowed to walk along the march route. Reporters and cameras are restricted to three enclosed areas along the route but are not permitted to walk alongside participants walking from the Pentagon, across the Memorial Bridge to the Mall.



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