That's a week long protest.March 14–21, 2010 in Washington, D.C. during the final week of debate on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Last edited by whysoserious; 10-04-11 at 09:59 AM.
Here's a thought about these protests....They are GOING to become violent. At some point, this is inevitable. We have multiple wars that most in this country oppose, and declining lifestyle due to economic woes to boot. We have a system of banking that owns the majority of realestate in this country, as in, the physical property. And they can, it seems, take what you thought you had bought away from you at any time, for numerous reasons. We have had various movements in the past 6-8 years now, aimed at getting different people in office, people that will withstand the lobbyists' best charms, only to receive more "business as usual" results. Anyone in here ever hear of a little group called the Weathermen? They also had a problem with unpopular war, and they did **** about it, violently, in the 60s and 70s. I would say it's only a matter of time before it comes to americans bombing american soil again, and I would also say that our current administration (as if there is ever any change in administration to necesitate the need to include the word "current") knows this. It's why the keyt components of the patriot act remain in place, so that our law enforement and military can better crush any and all civil disobedience, be it in the form of "violent" protestation, or in the form of blowing up the convenience store down the street.
It was my understanding that the intent behind these protests was to try to hamstring Wallstreet, since it is becoming more and more clear who it is that runs our government...?