Antiwar pukes for Kerry march in Manhatten

NY Times:


The demonstrations were New York City's biggest in decades, and the most emphatic at any national political convention since Democrats and demonstrators turned against each other in fury over Vietnam in Chicago in 1968. But the first day was overwhelmingly peaceful, and the demonstrators doused a good bit of Mr. Bush's intended message with television images of dissent.
The marchers reflect the ugly underbelly of the Democrat party that they tried to hide in Boston where the cross dressed as nuanced hawks. The truly unpatriotic left was on parade in New York, or as some Kerry supporters would say the "new Patriots."


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