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January 11, 2007

Support (terrorists) in the court

Just as moonbats gathered in San Francisco to spell out "Impeach!" on the beach, other moonbats, as part of a worldwide celebration of five years of keeping terrorists off the battlefield by incarcerating them at Guantanamo, gathered in Washington to support terrorists inside the court, the U.S. courthouse a few blocks from the Capitol.

More than 150 people dressed in prison-orange jump suits or T-shirts marked the fifth anniversary of the opening of the U.S. detention camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, by staging a noisy protest today inside the U.S. District Court building in Washington.

Some of the protesters were arrested early this afternoon after ignoring a court order--written by Chief Judge Thomas F. Hogan--to disband.

The front door of the court house was locked at 12:25 this afternoon as about 200 additional protesters gathered outside.

U.S. Marshal George B. Walsh tried to negotiate with the protesters, who were hoisting signs and shouting slogans such as "Shut Down Guantanamo" and "Stop Cruel, Degrading Treatment."
In this photo, they're passing by the U.S. Supreme Court.

I actually saw one of these people on the Metro with me as I went home tonight from work. She was wearing an orange teeshirt that said "Stop Torture" and had the website on it. I was not surprised to see that she was another fat, aging hippie, just like the San Francisco protesters. Clearly a member of Nancy Pelosi's base.

If I were designing the teeshirt, it would read: "My terrorist friend got three squares every day at Guantanamo, and all I got was this lousy teeshirt."