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More photos from Pro-Choice Rally in SF
by Various photogs
Monday Jan 24th, 2011 2:15 AM
FEATURED PHOTOS:
A pro-choice person being detained by police.

A badly behaved anti-choice man tries to disrupt the pro-choice rally.

Speakers and performers on stage at Pro-Choice Rally

**The last two photos in this selection demonstrate some the STRANGE BELIEFS held by Walk for Lifers**

Top photo: Cindy Sheehan speaks on stage while one of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence casts eyes downward demurely.

Sights in San Francisco along the Embarcadero on January 22 when the Walk for Life marchers once again invaded the city.
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§Popo detains Pro Choice activist with First Amendment on her T-shirt
by Various photogs Monday Jan 24th, 2011 2:15 AM

photo by Steve Rhodes on flickr.com under Creative Commons License
§Closer shot of detained demonstrator
by Various photogs Monday Jan 24th, 2011 2:15 AM

photo by Steve Rhodes on flickr.com under Creative Commons License
Not sure what she was detained for...
§Emcee on stage during prochoice rally
by Various photogs Monday Jan 24th, 2011 2:15 AM


Guy with the "defend life" sign stands behind a Raging Granny on stage. She is waiting to perform and there is a speaker (off camera) on stage.

Grannies hold their Las Abuelitas Enojadas (Raging Grannies) sign
§Speaker fought to establish right to abortion in 1973
by Various photogs Monday Jan 24th, 2011 2:15 AM

§listening and learning
by Various photogs Monday Jan 24th, 2011 2:15 AM

Clapping
§Does that sign really say...MILITIA OF THE IMMACULATA?
by Various photogs Monday Jan 24th, 2011 2:15 AM
strangesignimaculata.jpg
strangesignimaculata.jpg

Google that. Strange beliefs on the anti choice side.
§Delusional or just weird?
by Various photogs Monday Jan 24th, 2011 2:15 AM

When you believe in angels, you'll believe anything.
photo by Steve Rhodes on flickr.com under Creative Commons License

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by Science means knowledge
Monday Jan 24th, 2011 8:17 AM
The decline of the US school system means an increase in anti-science superstition. Some 55% of Americans believe in angels. See
http://www.baylor.edu/pr/news.php?action=story&story=52815

Only 39% support the fact of evolution. That figure coincides with those who have something more than the American high school's standard garbage education. See
http://firstread.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2009/02/12/4427408-poll-just-39-believe-in-evolution

The United States is a profoundly backward hellhole founded on genocide of Native Americans, enslavement of Africans and the vicious exploitation of the labor of most of us of all colors. Until there is serious labor organizing, it will continue to get worse. It appears that the only organizing going on in this backward country to the point of strikes is in the prisons and at the schools. These are people who have no options and no future. The young, the future workers, have no future in this society as there are no jobs. As they fight for education, they necessarily fight for science and against religion. Here is the lesson for day 1 of any science class:

Science means knowledge;
Religion is superstition.
Evolution is a fact;
Abortion is a right;
Gay marriage is a civil right;
There is no supreme being as labor creates all wealth.

Meanwhile, thank you for the protests. It is outrageous that the San Francisco Democratic Party allows the Catholic Church to bring thousands of Catholic schoolchildren and barely literate adults here, park their buses at Marina Middle School's playground, and be escorted by the San Francisco police on our public streets to demonstrate their profound stupidity and backwardness, all courtesy our tax dollars and in violation of the First Amendment church-state separation mandate.