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ACLU Fights Back as Trump Pushes 'Stealth Proposal' to Limit Public's Right to Protest Outside White House


#61

good luck with that asshole

we own that house and we can evict the tenants


#62

Since Goldie locks has taken to calling democrats "the dims’ I will be referring to the republicans as “the Rubes” from here on out.


#63

Finally we found something that irritates the current occupant in the Pure White House. We need to organize round the clock demonstrations under his bedroom window.


#64

Some, a few maybe, understand that they work for us, everyone.


#65

He doesn’t like Protests Outside? Well… Bring the Protests Inside! How long is this gonna be put off?


#66

Surrounding their Residences and harassing them in public are the things they hate the most! Double it up!


#67

Actually the the WAR on DRUGS obliterated much of that before the Patriot Act was even a glimmer of fascist hope in the Shrub’s excuse of a brain.
https://scholarcommons.usf.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=1063&context=honors_et

A war that 90% of good worshiping citizenry favored.


#68

Good analysis in both of your links. The Patriot Act made it ‘official’…


#69

Appreciate your reply, but disagree. KENT STATE!


#70

Agree –

Very definitely - there are many in office and in journalism/media who would just
like to hold onto their jobs and would prefer not to do any harm to anyone.

Let’s hope more of them become leakers and whistleblowers.


#71

Isn’t Pennsylvania Avenue a public road and doesn’t the White House belong to the people of this country?


#72

would love to see that


#73

Rocky Mountain View: wasn’t the Women’s March a protest? ignored by trump & his minions


#74

The least, very least we can do is bombard the WH phone.

(202) 456-1111


#75

More than enough of them are perfectly willing to use clubs, tear gas, and even bullets when ordered to do so by their “superiors” — or have you forgotten what happened at the Dims’ Chicago convention in '68, the civil rights marches in the sixties, Kent State and – much more recently – Ferguson, Missouri?


#76

Oops, typo error. i meant you ignore the fascist’s oppressive laws. By defying them, you do just the opposite of ignoring the fascists themselves.