Thursday, March 25, 2010

The Fire Next Time

Now that that Democrats have passed their divisive health care reform law, it's time to begin agitating for the passage of a divisive immigration reform law. A rush hour protest last night in San Francisco got the ball rolling: No Arrests Made During San Francisco Protest
Traffic was delayed, but no arrests were made during a noisy protest through the streets of San Francisco during the Wednesday evening commute.

A demonstration that began a little before 4 p.m. at Justin Herman Plaza, near the city's waterfront, expanded to about 2,000 people, including immigrants, workers, faith leaders and activists, before it came to an end near Sen. Dianne Feinstein's office, according to Stephanie Ong, a spokeswoman for the Dolores Street Community Services.
No word on what nation's flags were flown by the protesters. And, no, I don't know why faith healers were involved. Sometimes, it's better not to ask.

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