I like the new edit, think it strengethened things up a bit. Maloney also put up the entire interview of one the protesters he interviewed named Frank Chu.
As for the video itself, I'm happy to see at least one person against the war was disgusted by the organizers attacking bush's intelligence, calling him hitler, the anti-christ, etc. Which makes me wonder if protestors are really against the war or against Bush.
"I am many things Kal-El, but here I am god." -Darkseid
As I've said before, if they just called these anti-Bush protests (which they more or less are), I'd be on the front lines. I definitely agree that anti-war folks would not be nearly as vehement if this was Clinton. You would still have the same core of "Peace no matter what, using force = always bad" folks, but the majority of the other, non-core folks wouldn't be there.
Of course, you have to be fair and note that a pretty substantial segment of the "Support our troops, U.S.A! U.S.A.!" crowd is also more Pro-Bush than Pro-War, and would be throwing a fit if it were Clinton doing this.
It seems that I am - in no particular order - Zack Morris, John Adams, a Siren, Janeane Garofalo, Cheer Bear, Aphrodite, a Chihuahua, Data, Cletus the Slack Jawed Yokel, Amy-Wynn Pastor, Hydrogen, Bjork, Spider-Man, Boston, and a Chaotic Good Elvin Bard-Mage.
What's worse is that it really looked as though the Senate wouldn't get to vote on it this session, but they slipped it into another bill while no one was paying attention. Thanks guys. I really liked this little section of the article: