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Posted: 2/16/2005 4:47:27 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/15/2005 6:22:26 PM EST by -Absolut-]
I'm the leader of the Clemson chapter of Protest Warrior, we are teaming up with College Republicans on campus to counter-act the group clemson liberals against war who are trying to organize an "anti-war" protest.

Below is one of the posters the group is putting up around campus.



It would be great if I could get some ideas for some patriotic songs to play (God Bless America) during their rally.

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Update Below!
Link Posted: 2/16/2005 4:51:11 PM EST
How about the Marines Hymm?
Link Posted: 2/16/2005 4:52:04 PM EST
Good luck, I hope it goes well for you guys.
Link Posted: 2/16/2005 4:56:52 PM EST
[Last Edit: 2/16/2005 5:05:15 PM EST by Roadhawk]
Darryl Worley "Have You Forgotton"

www.darrylworley.com/index.htm?inc=albums&alb_id=188


I hear people saying we don't need this war
I say there's some things worth fighting for
What about our freedom and this piece of ground?
We didn't get to keep 'em by backing down
They say we don't realize the mess we're getting in
Before you start preaching
Let me ask you this my friend

CHORUS 1
Have you forgotten how it felt that day
To see your homeland under fire
And her people blown away?
Have you forgotten when those towers fell?
We had neighbors still inside
Going through a living hell
And you say we shouldn't worry 'bout Bin Laden
Have you forgotten?

They took all the footage off my T.V.
Said it's too disturbing for you and me
It'll just breed anger that's what the experts say
If it was up to me I'd show it every day
Some say this country's just out looking for a fight
After 9/11 man I'd have to say that's right

CHORUS 1
Have you forgotten how it felt that day
To see your homeland under fire
And her people blown away?
Have you forgotten when those towers fell?
We had neighbors still inside
Going through a living hell
And we vowed to get the ones behind Bin Laden
Have you forgotten?

I've been there with the soldiers
Who've gone away to war
And you can bet that they remember
Just what they're fighting for

CHORUS 2
Have you forgotten all the people killed?
Yes, some went down like heroes in that Pennsylvania field
Have you forgotten about our Pentagon?
All the loved ones that we lost
And those left to carry on
Don't you tell me not to worry 'bout Bin Laden
Have you forgotten?

Have you forgotten?
Have you forgotten?


Link Posted: 2/16/2005 4:59:50 PM EST

Originally Posted By SirDrinksAlot:
How about the Marines Hymm?

I would like to hear from some Marines about this being appropriate or not first. Great suggestion!
Link Posted: 2/16/2005 5:02:53 PM EST

Originally Posted By Roadhawk:
Darryl Worley "Have You Forgotton"

www.darrylworley.com/index.htm?inc=albums&alb_id=188

Excellent! Thanks!
Link Posted: 2/16/2005 5:17:20 PM EST

Originally Posted By Painter:
Good luck, I hope it goes well for you guys.

Thanks. We will get pictures and we'll try to get video.
Link Posted: 2/16/2005 5:22:32 PM EST
Doing a Google serach for Patriotic Pro-War songs, I came up with this...

www.csmonitor.com/2001/1127/p1s4-ussc.html

I'm not a fan of the Christian Scientists, but it sounds like the same type of situation...


College campuses are a hotbed of ... pro-war fervor?
By Kris Axtman | Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor
AUSTIN - On the steps of the Texas Capitol, dueling demonstrations were under way. One, organized in part by University of Texas students, filled the air with patriotic speeches and songs in support of America's campaign in Afghanistan.

At the other, UT antiwar protesters shouted, "Stop the bombing now. Give peace a chance" - an effort to drown out the competing rally.

But in the end, chants of "USA, USA, USA" carried the day, prevailing by virtue of the throng of young people who turned out on a mid-November day to laud the war effort.

Unlike their peacenik parents, today's college students are expressing a patriotism and a pro-war fervor not seen among young people since World War II. On campuses across America, support for President Bush and the war against terrorism is as high as 85 percent, some surveys say.

Indeed, the antiwar sentiment that tore campuses apart during the Vietnam War is simply not much in evidence - at least not yet.

"I think the majority of students on campus support what the government is doing," says UT senior Jessica Scott, pushing her cowboy hat from her face and surveying the scene outside the Capitol. "But we've grown up in luxury and prosperity and peace, so what do we know?"

The war, in fact, is proving to be something of a crash course in world affairs for today's college students. Unlike their parents, who went through the searing experience of Vietnam and the cold war, this generation has until now been focused mostly on the Internet revolution and the booming job market.

But on Sept. 11, the final destinations of four airplanes seem to have shaken the college set from its political malaise and introduced it to the world.

There are a number of reasons young people have rallied so strongly to the cause - the unprecedented nature of the attack, an unjaded willingness to trust government, and no experience with the horrors of war.

But perhaps a bigger factor is that none is at risk of being conscripted into the military against his or her will.

"The biggest difference [between the generations] is that these kids don't see themselves as draft bait," says Sheldon Steinbach of the American Council on Education in Washington, which represents 1,800 colleges nationwide.

Mr. Steinbach spent the Vietnam years in college avoiding the draft, and remembers clearly the tension on campus. "A significant portion of the student population looked at the Vietnam conflict through the prism of an impending draft notice, which tended to make it far more personal."

That was also a generation battling a wide array of social-justice issues, such as the civil rights movement, the free-speech movement, and women's liberation.

Today's college students have been raised on the fruits of those battles, and their efforts and attention, until now, have been directed elsewhere. Just last year, for example, only 28 percent of college freshmen said they followed politics, according to a survey by the Higher Education Research Institute in Los Angeles. By comparison, 60 percent did in 1966.

At the rally in Austin, UT senior Marc Levin agrees that Sept. 11 was a wake-up call for many of his generation, those who cared more about music than mujahideen. "This snapped us out of it, and now so many more students are focused on politics and the world around them."

Mr. Levin, who helped organize the rally, says the event was not about war-mongering: "It was a patriotic event that helped remember those who lost their lives in the attacks."

His mother, Ellen, drove from Houston to attend the rally, and she remembers how unthinkable it was to flag-wave when she was a student during the 1960s. "My generation was ashamed to be patriotic. It was considered corny," she says. "Things are different now."

So is this war. First and foremost, say students, the attack came on US soil. That gives this war a defined objective and an unquestionable purpose.

"It's about America's fight for freedom," says freshman Jennifer Burnett, handing out mini flags to demonstrators at the Rally for America.

Says fellow flag-pusher, Lizzy Ligou: "Our generation thought nothing like this would ever happen to us. We thought we were the luckiest generation, living through so much peace."

While the young women were raised on peace, they have no qualms about using force to resolve this situation.

"We've grown up watching the US play mediator," says Ms. Burnett. "But after what happened to us, we can't just sit back. We have to take action."

The two were among many students at the rally who acknowledged that they don't understand the situation well enough to judge what the US course of action should be. Thus, they are willing to trust the government implicitly.

Austin Dullnig, co-chairman of the Travis County Green Party and a UT senior, groans in disgust over that response. One of many protesting the rally, he says he is dismayed that innocent Afghans have been killed during US airstrikes.

"This generation has it better off than previous generations, and therefore has become complacent," he says. "They don't question authority."

Scholars agree the Vietnam War reshaped a generation. Sept. 11 will do so as well, they say. The question is: How?

Already, students are filling international-relations classes and teach-ins to bone up on the basics. They are genuinely willing to learn, says Robert Buzzanco, a history professor at the University of Houston and author of "Vietnam and the Transformation of American Life."

He has heard the words "myopic" and "selfish" attached to this generation, but is unwilling to go that far - especially after watching students in action after the terrorist attacks. "This generation just doesn't have those historical touchpoints that their parents' generation did, when bomb drills and World War II stories were a daily thing."

In fact, students today might be better prepared to handle this new kind of global war than previous generations were, he says. The classrooms are more diversely mixed, and the Internet is bringing cultures closer than ever.

But not knowing the horrors of war firsthand also has its drawbacks, says Dr. Buzzanco.

Vietnam brought America the draft, a steady stream of body bags, and war on prime time. Today's wars, such as the Gulf War and this one against terrorism, are largely sterile bombing raids with little ground-troop involvement.

Buzzanco says he heard from students immediately after Sept. 11 who said the images on the screen seemed like a movie. "Today's idea of war is very remote," he says. "I don't think they see it much differently than a movie or video game."

That attitude could change if American casualties begin to mount.

The antiwar protesters in Austin, relentless, are laid out on the ground near the Capitol to demonstrate the loss of life in Afghanistan. "They're taking it to an extreme," says UT senior Jackie Sharfin. "But if my brother gets drafted, I'm going to start acting differently."




Link Posted: 2/16/2005 8:09:21 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/12/2005 3:19:34 PM EST by -Absolut-]
Link Posted: 2/17/2005 5:11:05 AM EST
bump
Link Posted: 2/17/2005 5:12:44 AM EST
Toby Keith's 'Angry American' comes to mind...
Link Posted: 2/17/2005 5:37:08 AM EST

Originally Posted By arowneragain:
Toby Keith's 'Angry American' comes to mind...

another good one, thanks!
Link Posted: 2/17/2005 6:06:56 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/17/2005 6:10:13 AM EST by Bklyn_Irish]

Originally Posted By -Absolut-:

Originally Posted By SirDrinksAlot:
How about the Marines Hymm?

I would like to hear from some Marines about this being appropriate or not first. Great suggestion!



Play ALL the service songs...and get a bunch of Sousa marches, too.

Rather ironic that those shitbirds would protest on Bowman Field, the old parade ground from the fine days of the Clemson Agriculture College of South Carolina. (My brother is Clemson '03)
Link Posted: 2/17/2005 8:08:29 AM EST

Originally Posted By Bklyn_Irish:

Originally Posted By -Absolut-:

Originally Posted By SirDrinksAlot:
How about the Marines Hymm?

I would like to hear from some Marines about this being appropriate or not first. Great suggestion!



Play ALL the service songs...and get a bunch of Sousa marches, too.

Rather ironic that those shitbirds would protest on Bowman Field, the old parade ground from the fine days of the Clemson Agriculture College of South Carolina. (My brother is Clemson '03)

Yup, Bowman is still used by the Airforce and Army ROTC programs.
The above flyer they are putting up is stirring quite a bit of controversy around campus, a lot of people are upset with the swastika on the flyers, especially it being on the flag. AND it's turning out this group "claw" is not affiliated or a part of any Clemson group, and is forging university stamps to post their flyers.
Link Posted: 2/17/2005 8:11:43 AM EST
America the Beautiful

O beautiful for spacious skies,
For amber waves of grain,
For purple mountain majesties
Above the fruited plain!
America! America!
God shed his grace on thee
And crown thy good with brotherhood
From sea to shining sea!

O beautiful for pilgrim feet
Whose stern impassioned stress
A thoroughfare of freedom beat
Across the wilderness!
America! America!
God mend thine every flaw,
Confirm thy soul in self-control,
Thy liberty in law!

O beautiful for heroes proved
In liberating strife.
Who more than self their country loved
And mercy more than life!
America! America!
May God thy gold refine
Till all success be nobleness
And every gain divine!

O beautiful for patriot dream
That sees beyond the years
Thine alabaster cities gleam
Undimmed by human tears!
America! America!
God shed his grace on thee
And crown thy good with brotherhood
From sea to shining sea!

O beautiful for halcyon skies,
For amber waves of grain,
For purple mountain majesties
Above the enameled plain!
America! America!
God shed his grace on thee
Till souls wax fair as earth and air
And music-hearted sea!

O beautiful for pilgrims feet,
Whose stem impassioned stress
A thoroughfare for freedom beat
Across the wilderness!
America! America!
God shed his grace on thee
Till paths be wrought through
wilds of thought
By pilgrim foot and knee!

O beautiful for glory-tale
Of liberating strife
When once and twice,
for man's avail
Men lavished precious life!
America! America!
God shed his grace on thee
Till selfish gain no longer stain
The banner of the free!

O beautiful for patriot dream
That sees beyond the years
Thine alabaster cities gleam
Undimmed by human tears!
America! America!
God shed his grace on thee
Till nobler men keep once again
Thy whiter jubilee!


Link Posted: 3/7/2005 1:55:44 PM EST
Gearing up for this wknd...any other suggestions?
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 3:19:13 PM EST
Operation was conducted today and was a huge success!

We had 14 people show up to protest a group of around 12 hippies!
The best part is, while our group was comprised entirely of students, they only had 2 students in their group, the rest was vietnam-era protestors re-living their glory years. Needless to say, they weren't used to having the other side represented.


About 3 min. after their 'protest' started we marched as group up to the area and formed a semi-circle behind their speaker. Immediately the 'peaceful protestors' freaked out. They started yelling that we couldn't be there, leave now, etc.... We calmly informed them that the 1st ammendment didn't only apply to them, and we were there to support our troops, their cause, and our Commander in Chief.
This was too much for one of the 2 student hippies, as he launched into a screaming, red faced rage charging at our group, he walked past 2 male members and went right for the smallest female member in our contingent (who happened to be my fiancee). He tried to rip the sign from her hands, but she held her ground, AND managed to refrain from kicking his ass (though she did draw her hand and was ready if he pushed it further). This was a major accomplishment in itself if you knew the temper my fiancee had
The student hippie decided he had enough when a fellow arfcommer stepped up beside my fiancee, and he knew he was about to get more than he bargained for. (Thanks svi40!)

The rest of the protest was consisted mainly of our group of Protest Warriors trying to make rational arguments, and being shouted down by the liberals. One great example was one of our group pointing out how much better off women were now in Afgh. and how repressive Islamo-fascism is, and they countered with how women were not safe in the United States because of domestic violence

There was 1 camera-man from a local news station, who did his absolute best to get shots of the hippies without any of us in the picture. I was physically rammed by some old lady when I tried to hold up my sign behind one of the old hippies he was interviewing. When I yelled "I'm being physically assaulted by a peaceful liberal!" she threw her hands out like a basketball player and tried to push me away with her body

Lessons Learned:
1. Hippies don't bathe often enough.
2. Liberals like the 1st ammendment, but ONLY for them.
3. The liberal media bias is real!!!! I saw it firsthand today with my own eyes!

I should have pics tom. or Mon.
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 3:25:01 PM EST
Nicely done!
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 3:28:35 PM EST
You are awesome.
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 3:29:11 PM EST
We were supposed to have a PW gathering today in LVL, but YUM! brands gave up on fighting the Commie Workers Union. No counter-protest today . . . But it sounds like a good time that you had!!!
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 3:34:29 PM EST
GJ!

Can't wait to see the pics.
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 3:37:40 PM EST
That is awesome. Well done.
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 3:45:42 PM EST


your fiancee has more restraint than me--i wouldve smacked him
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 4:14:55 PM EST

Originally Posted By diabolical_chicken:




your fiancee has more restraint than me--i wouldve smacked him


Believe me, I was suprised. We had a talk prior to it about the importance of our side showing restraint and exposing the liberals for the hate mongers they have become.

We have video but another protestor was running interference on our camera when this went down.
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 4:46:58 PM EST

Originally Posted By -Absolut-:
There was 1 camera-man from a local news station, who did his absolute best to get shots of the hippies without any of us in the picture. I was physically rammed by some old lady when I tried to hold up my sign behind one of the old hippies he was interviewing. When I yelled "I'm being physically assaulted by a peaceful liberal!" she threw her hands out like a basketball player and tried to push me away with her body





Link Posted: 3/12/2005 4:49:23 PM EST

Originally Posted By Notorious:

Originally Posted By -Absolut-:
There was 1 camera-man from a local news station, who did his absolute best to get shots of the hippies without any of us in the picture. I was physically rammed by some old lady when I tried to hold up my sign behind one of the old hippies he was interviewing. When I yelled "I'm being physically assaulted by a peaceful liberal!" she threw her hands out like a basketball player and tried to push me away with her body






maybe one day I too will be able to laugh about it....until then I fear the nightmares
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 4:54:50 PM EST
Get them on video making first contact, then WHAM! Out comes the asp. Take that, you wrinkled old commie nutsack! Bwahahahahahaha!
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 5:13:13 PM EST
"I like your purse"

Link Posted: 3/12/2005 5:14:25 PM EST

Originally Posted By svi40:
"I like your purse"


If only we had gotten THAT on video
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 5:24:59 PM EST
Absolut, did any of the pics turn out?
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 5:32:11 PM EST

Originally Posted By svi40:
Absolut, did any of the pics turn out?


Haven't heard from the College Repubs. yet, and the other pics are on film.
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 6:19:07 PM EST
Look about 1/4 the way down.

LINK
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 6:30:20 PM EST

Originally Posted By svi40:
Look about 1/4 the way down.

LINK

ugh...Bob missed a good chance to slam the liberals
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 6:36:51 PM EST
You need to be a member to see the article so here it is for those of you that don't want to sign up.


Hoax rally riles activists on both side of political fence
By WENDY WEINHOLD
Anderson Independent-Mail
March 12, 2005

CLEMSON — An event billed as an anti-war rally on Clemson University’s Bowman Field Saturday turned out to be a hoax that left activists on both sides of the political fence shaken.

The 2 p.m. rally was organized by Clemson student Andrew R. Davis, who is the editor-in-chief of The Tiger Town Observer, a monthly student publication that advertises itself as "Clemson’s conservative journal of news and opinion," according to Mr. Davis.

But fliers bearing an American flag with a swastika emblem that Mr. Davis said he posted several weeks ago on Clemson’s campus, along with a news release he distributed to Upstate media outlets, including the Anderson Independent-Mail, said the rally’s sponsor was Clemson Liberals Against War, or "C.L.A.W." Mr. Davis said he chose the alias, "Dr. Claw," as a reference to the Inspector Gadget cartoon character villain and terrorist leader.

A small group of supporters, who did not know the rally was a ruse orchestrated by the self-described political journalist gathered on the field for the rally. Among them was 59-year-old Pendleton resident Joan Shier.

"I thought it was a real peace rally," Mrs. Shier said. "We went out in support of world peace. We weren’t saying we don’t support the troops, we were saying we want to bring them home."

She said she was put on guard when Mr. Davis arrived carrying a hand-made poster inscribed with the words, "abortion isn’t murder, war is." Mr. Davis wore a black mask over his face until the end of the rally when a crowd member called out his name, at which point Mrs. Shier said he pulled off the mask and began to grin.

Also on hand for the rally were more than a dozen members of Clemson’s College Republicans, including the group’s chair, Robert "Bob" Frisina, 22, of Columbia.

"It made all of us look like fools that took this seriously," Mr. Frisina said. "We don’t condone his actions at all. It hurts our credibility as a group."

Mr. Frisina said the College Republicans had approached the protest as an opportunity to show their support for the war and President George W. Bush. Several local, state and federal elected representatives were invited to attend but had scheduling conflicts, and the group had planned to take donations for a disabled veterans group.

"I wanted to pull him aside and say, ‘What are you doing? This is not what I call respectable journalism or respectable politicking,’" Mr. Frisina said. "Apathy is a problem for our generation, and for this to be a giant practical joke offended me."

When contacted last week by an Independent-Mail reporter to verify the accuracy of the group, Mr. Davis said he used the alias, "John Smith."

When reached for comment Saturday night, Mr. Davis said his publication had paid $100 to secure Bowman Field for the rally and had been approved to use the alias when contacted by university police.

Efforts to reach Clemson University officials for comment were unsuccessful Saturday.

At first Mr. Davis denied that his tactics had been deceptive but later conceded that he "could see where it might be misleading."

He said he had no regrets for organizing the rally that was meant to "mock the liberal position" against war and rouse the campus from apathy.

"The main goal was to get the campus active again," Mr. Davis said. "When you have apathy on campus, it’s boring, it’s not fun. There’s no discourse. There’s nothing, people don’t care."

Link Posted: 3/12/2005 6:48:56 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/12/2005 6:53:04 PM EST by TIMMAH]
It was awesome when Andrew took off the mask and the old hippies were speechless... Up until then they had been standing beside him, clapping for his little speech.... and reciting the stupid chant he made up
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 7:01:42 PM EST

Originally Posted By Painter:
Good luck, I hope it goes well for you guys.




+1 good luck and God bless.
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 7:02:51 PM EST

Originally Posted By TIMMAH:
It was awesome when Andrew took off the mask and the old hippies were speechless... Up until then they had been standing beside him, clapping for his little speech.... and reciting the stupid chant he made up



What was the chant? I didn;t see it in the article.
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 8:23:59 PM EST

Originally Posted By FLAL1A:

Originally Posted By TIMMAH:
It was awesome when Andrew took off the mask and the old hippies were speechless... Up until then they had been standing beside him, clapping for his little speech.... and reciting the stupid chant he made up



What was the chant? I didn;t see it in the article.

something to the effect of"1, 2, 3, 4, we don't want this racist war!"
Link Posted: 3/13/2005 4:19:47 PM EST

Originally Posted By -Absolut-:
Operation was conducted today and was a huge success!

We had 14 people show up to protest a group of around 12 hippies!
The best part is, while our group was comprised entirely of students, they only had 2 students in their group, the rest was vietnam-era protestors re-living their glory years. Needless to say, they weren't used to having the other side represented.


About 3 min. after their 'protest' started we marched as group up to the area and formed a semi-circle behind their speaker. Immediately the 'peaceful protestors' freaked out. They started yelling that we couldn't be there, leave now, etc.... We calmly informed them that the 1st ammendment didn't only apply to them, and we were there to support our troops, their cause, and our Commander in Chief.
This was too much for one of the 2 student hippies, as he launched into a screaming, red faced rage charging at our group, he walked past 2 male members and went right for the smallest female member in our contingent (who happened to be my fiancee). He tried to rip the sign from her hands, but she held her ground, AND managed to refrain from kicking his ass (though she did draw her hand and was ready if he pushed it further). This was a major accomplishment in itself if you knew the temper my fiancee had
The student hippie decided he had enough when a fellow arfcommer stepped up beside my fiancee, and he knew he was about to get more than he bargained for. (Thanks svi40!)

The rest of the protest was consisted mainly of our group of Protest Warriors trying to make rational arguments, and being shouted down by the liberals. One great example was one of our group pointing out how much better off women were now in Afgh. and how repressive Islamo-fascism is, and they countered with how women were not safe in the United States because of domestic violence

There was 1 camera-man from a local news station, who did his absolute best to get shots of the hippies without any of us in the picture. I was physically rammed by some old lady when I tried to hold up my sign behind one of the old hippies he was interviewing. When I yelled "I'm being physically assaulted by a peaceful liberal!" she threw her hands out like a basketball player and tried to push me away with her body

Lessons Learned:
1. Hippies don't bathe often enough.
2. Liberals like the 1st ammendment, but ONLY for them.
3. The liberal media bias is real!!!! I saw it firsthand today with my own eyes!

I should have pics tom. or Mon.



Our fearless group:





Link Posted: 3/13/2005 4:21:57 PM EST
End the war on terror-Kill all the terrorists!

Nice
Link Posted: 3/13/2005 4:30:49 PM EST

Originally Posted By Painter:
End the war on terror-Kill all the terrorists!

Nice






YES!

Link Posted: 3/13/2005 4:36:32 PM EST
Im afraid the hippies got owned
Link Posted: 3/13/2005 4:40:21 PM EST

Originally Posted By Painter:
End the war on terror-Kill all the terrorists!

Nice



Outstanding.
Link Posted: 3/13/2005 4:47:37 PM EST
Awsome, keep up the good work!
Link Posted: 3/13/2005 5:06:38 PM EST

Originally Posted By TIMMAH:
Im afraid the hippies got owned

why didn't you get in the picture newbie?
Link Posted: 3/13/2005 5:14:13 PM EST
Well done!
Link Posted: 3/13/2005 5:24:15 PM EST
Note to DVDtracker,


Notice t-shirt on the overly attractive fellow with the orange hat on. w00t free plug!
Link Posted: 3/13/2005 5:25:35 PM EST
Why not ship all the hippies to the front lines.

The little sons of Allah need some easy targets to attack instead of US soldiers.
Link Posted: 3/13/2005 5:28:27 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/13/2005 5:29:13 PM EST by svi40]

Originally Posted By Win_88:
Why not ship all the hippies to the front lines.

The little sons of Allah need some easy targets to attack instead of US soldiers.



I'm sure that when the tangos saw the message of peace that the hippies took over there, they would immediatly lay down their arms and rejoice.
Link Posted: 3/13/2005 5:45:33 PM EST
I was thinking that the terrorist that can't read english, would think of them as aid workers.

Stick an arabic sign throwng insults to one of their leaders, and you have bait.
Link Posted: 3/13/2005 8:07:06 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/13/2005 8:07:51 PM EST by giacutter]
Ironic that during the Vietnam war it was the "young vs the old......don't trust anyone over 30" and at least in your protest, it seems the converse is true.

Maybe next time you can lay the "don't trust anyone over 30" line at them.

That'll really burn their britches. Old goddam friggun hippies.

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