…But before they got to hear Bush, they were expelled from the rally by Bush rally staff who objected to the words printed on the T-shirts they were wearing.
No, the words on the T-shirts the ladies were wearing did not disparage Bush, nor did they suggest support for Kerry or any other candidate. The words did not condemn or support the war in Iraq, nor did they slam any Administration policy. No, the T-shirts the three women wore showed an American flag, and under it the words, “Protect Our Civil Liberties”. That was all — I kid you not.
That was it. That was the last straw for me. That was the defining moment I’ll never forget. That was my epiphany.
Carl F. Worden is a lifelong (christian and conservative) republican who has decided to vote against Bush because he finds his former party ruled by fascists: The Last Straw
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Wired 12.07: Attention, Shoppers: You Can Now Speed Straight Through Checkout Lines!
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