<\body> Stories in America: Photos: Kennebunkport Impeach Bush Protest July 1, 2007

Monday, July 02, 2007

Photos: Kennebunkport Impeach Bush Protest July 1, 2007

Afghanistan U.S. Army veteran Ted Goodright of Rhode Island leads the way with the "Veterans for Peace" group during an anti-war protest in the streets of Kennebunkport, Maine, July 1, 2007. More than a thousand anti-war protesters rallied near U.S. President George W. Bush's family compound on Sunday as he prepared to host Russian President Vladimir Putin for a fence-mending summit. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)


Vietnam veteran Dennis Dunn (L) of Maine and Afghanistan veteran Ted Goodright (R) of Rhode Island lead the way for an anti-war protest in the streets of Kennebunkport, Maine, July 1, 2007. More than a thousand anti-war protesters rallied near U.S. President George W. Bush's family compound on Sunday as he prepared to host Russian President Vladimir Putin for a fence-mending summit. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)




3 Comments:

At 7/04/2007 6:46 AM, Blogger JACK BOO said...

I like those guys with the Richard Pearl style hoods on their heads.

 
At 7/13/2007 11:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have you heard about H Res 333? I urge you and your readers to take a few minutes to look at:

http://www.usalone.com/cgi-bin/transparency.cgi?paper=1&qnum=pet45

It's a list of the 25 most recent comments made by real Americans participating in an online poll/letter-writing campaign concerning the impeachment charges recently filed against Vice President Cheney, which are now being evaluated by the House Judiciary Committee. Comments can be sent to elected representatives and local newspapers at your option. The participation page is at:

http://www.usalone.com/cheney_impeachment.php

Since this campaign began, several members of Congress have signed on as co-sponsors, in part due to hearing from their constituents. Has yours? Make your voice heard, and let others know!

 
At 7/13/2007 5:11 PM, Blogger kim said...

We should protest everyday,until this war end. I wish my family could have been there. Army Veterean Kim Greenlee.

 

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