Day of Rage
Behind the scenes of the NYPD crackdown at the GOP convention
by Sean Gardiner
March 6th, 2007 1:26 PM
"It was a late August afternoon in 2004, and as Michael Schiller backpedaled on Fulton Street filming the mostly older crowd with his Super-8mm camera, it struck him that this might be the most boring political protest of all time. There was nothing going on, he thought; it was dead quiet."
It wasn't. Click on "printer friendly version" at the top-right of that page. Read the whole article.
The Administration won't tolerate dissent.
You can look for more of this - and worse - when it finally reaches the point where masses of people start to protest our out-of-control government.
And we will. We'll have to if we want to keep being able to look at ourself in the mirror every day.
And- is it co-incidence that this happened in Guiliani and Clinton's state? Pete