Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Moonbat Photoblogging: The Second Annual Salt Lake City Anti-War Protests

Just like last year, I was able to get away during my lunch break and record the goings-on at the Second Annual SLC Moonbat Convention. This year it was held in front of City Hall. It seemed to be more low-key this year, perhaps because the headline act, Saint Cindy, had to cancel at the last minute.

The Salt Lake Media were there in force. I suspect that for many of them, this was their opportunity to show their counterparts in the Big City that they could be cool, too.

First off, can we get some training for the Younger Generation of protestors on how to make a decent peace sign? I know there are old hippies still hanging around; I saw plenty of them today. I mean, let's start some mentoring, people! How many young folk like this poor clueless girl are you going to let humiliate themselves in public?

Speaking of an embarassing faux pas, isn't an upside-down peace sign the symbol of the White Supremacist Movement?

[Truman Capote Murder By Death voice]"It's Rumsfeld-Cheney! Rumsfeld-Cheney! Don't you people read the newspaper?"[/Truman Capote Murder By Death voice]

To be fair, this could be a Mercedes...but then why would he tape it on the side?

I noticed this at the protest: In honor of being called "nutcakes" last year by Senator Orrin Hatch, apparently Salt Lake moonbats have adopted it - without the slightest trace of irony - as their new moniker. I even saw a couple of people handing out bumper stickers that said "Nutcake" on them. Ooookay.

A picture is worth a thousand words...

I'm not sure how effective this is as a debating technique, but as they say, if the shoe fits...


At 8:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Without the slightest trace of irony?


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