A user posted these @ my site. Thought you'd all get a laugh. Or something.
A member of the media is arrested by New York City police during an anti-Bush demonstration in New York City. More than 100 protesters were arrested in demonstrations in the host city of the Republican National Convention being held at Madison Square Garden
A protester, left, who called himself Orion, of Weed, CA., announces free food being served at a resting place for demonstrators Tuesday Aug. 31, 2004, in New York. Even the most dedicated of demonstrators needs a little down time during the Republican National Convention, where the protests run around the clock in the city that never sleeps. Others in photograph are unidentified
New campaign photo? :lol:
New York City police officers restrain a protester during a 'Death March' organized by the War Resisters League and other organizations against U.S. wars in Iraq (news - web sites) and Afghanistan (news - web sites) Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2004, in New York. Police wrapped demonstrators and an entire midtown Manhattan block in orange netting Tuesday to control anti-GOP protests, arresting more than 270 people as activists massed in the streets for a march to the site of the party's convention
Protesters lay down in the middle of Broadway in New York, August 31, 2004 in a 'die-in' and await arrest. There have been numerous arrests all over the city of protesters demonstrating against the Republican National Convention.
New York City police officers wrestle a member of the Irish Lesbian and Gay Organization to the ground before arresting him during a protest in front of the New York Public Library, August 31, 2004. The group was later to march to Madison Square Garden, site of the Republican National Convention.
Demonstrators wear hoods in protest of the Abu Ghraib prison mistreatment scandal during the 'Stop the Detention' rally in Thomas Paine Park, across the street from the Manhattan state Supreme Court building, Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2004, in New York. Activists donned pig snouts, climbed trees and staged small demonstrations from one end of Manhattan to the other Tuesday as police scrambled to manage a long-planned day of civil disobedience aimed at the Republican National Convention.
The pro-administration group calling itself Protest Warrior marches outside the headquarters of United for Peace and Justice, an anti-Bush group, in New York Monday, Aug. 30, 2004 on the opening day of the Republican National Convention. The group carries signs making sarcastic reference to the positions of those who oppose the president's policies
Filmmaker Michael Moore © and activist Jesse Jackson ® move down Seventh Avenue during a protest march towards Madison Square Garden, the venue for the Republican National Convention (RNC) in New York. The protest, organized by United for Peace and Justice, is the largest protest against the RNC which begins August 30