Anti-War Marches Draw Hundreds of Thousands By Aaron Glantz500,000 demonstrators???
Inter Press Service
Sunday 28 January 2007 Washington - Peace activists from across the United States gathered in Washington Saturday for what they said was the largest demonstration to date against the Iraq war.
"It's time for a new day," the Reverend Jesse Jackson told what organisers estimated as a crowd of 500,000 demonstrators gathered outside the halls of Congress on the National Mall.
There are some who beg to differ:
United for Peace and Justice, a coalition group sponsoring the protest, had hoped 100,000 would come. They claimed even more afterward, but police, who no longer give official estimates, said privately the crowd was smaller than 100,000.Of course, as is par for the course for the leftist mindset (and in keeping in the grand tradition of Pravda), truth always takes a back seat to propaganda.
At least they accurately call their site, "Truth Out."
For there it is quite evident that Truth went Out the door.
And never came back.
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