Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Protesters to storm Senate and learn Capital police aren't NYPD

Never let a good opportunity to protest get in the way of common sense.  On Tuesday, an anti-war protest group, which appears to have grown courage from the Occupy Wall Street crew, is planning to invade a Senate office building, and block official business from taking place.

Anti-war protesters plan to storm the inside and outside of the Hart Senate Office Building at 11:30 a.m. today, with the intent of causing enough havoc to shut business down.
David Swanson, one of the original organizers of the October 2011/Stop the Machine protests — which is distinct from the Occupy D.C. protests in McPherson Square — explained the plan to an assembled crowd of less than 100, mainly elderly and middle-aged protesters in Freedom Square Tuesday morning. – Daily Caller

Sadly for them if they choose to follow through with this course of action, the Capital police are NOT as lenient as the NYPD, and they will soon discover what it means to go midieval on their posteriors.

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