Sunday, October 23, 2005

We WILL be Heard....

If you don't already know, this guy is bringing about a small, quiet revolution that may well have a huge impact.

He invites patriots to put up handmade signs on the freeways challenging the Bush Admininstration. Some very clever and thought-provoking examples have already forced millions of Americans to think deeply about their support for the Iraq occupation.

Recently, the Freeway Blogger sent out a letter urging action upon the impending announcement of the 2,000th American to die for Bush's murderous misadventure.




"...on the The day after the 2,000th U.S. soldier is declared dead in Iraq, people across the country will be putting signs up on freeways and major thoroughfares protesting the war. The suggested message is "2K Why?", but you can say whatever you want. Right now the number of dead stands at 1,996 and there are over a thousand of us participating. Please pass this along to everyone you know who might be interested in joining us. Cardboard, paint, and something to say... that's all it takes."

And folks, you don't have to be living in America to participate. Think of the impact if these started showing up in Berlin, Mexico City, Geneva....

Quote of the Day: "The most common way people give up
their power is by thinking they don't have any"
--Alice Walker

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