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World Can't Wait March and Rally

by Charles Slay (slaycslay [at] aol.com)
Several thousand people marched down San Francisco's Market Street Thursday afternoon demanding immediate regime change in the White House.
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§Student Protesters
by Charles Slay
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Hundreds of students skipped class to attend Thursday's rally.
§Daniel Ellsberg
by Charles Slay
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Daniel Ellsberg delivered his speech in the pouring rain to an enthusiastic crowd. Ellsberg praised the students in the audience for their political involvement.
§The audience
by Charles Slay
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§San Francisco State University Students
by Charles Slay
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§F-word Bush
by Charles Slay
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§Peace
by Charles Slay
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by Dave
It was so nice to see a national hero, Mr. Ellsberg be involved with this movement. We need many more government whistleblowers to step up and put the people first before corporate-government greed (read fascim). It is also great to see students come out.

Unfortunately, a lot of people seem to think that fascism cannot happen here. They are wrong because all the signs of it are there and the fascist takeover is almost complete. It seems it is only a few groups of people who can recognize it. Americans have the power but I am afraid their brains have been deadened by decades of consumerism. Even many of my "liberal" friends are in denial.
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