The media and the teabaggers
And by the way, the most generous right-wing analyses today suggest a total crowd count as large as 200,000 in 800 cities. Lest we forget, without free advertising from Fox, the Moratorium on another Wednesday forty years ago, October 15, 1969, drew at least 2 million in 200 cities.
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Jonathan Dresner - 4/16/2009
I looked at a couple of flickr sets of pictures from protests -- one in Colorado, Baton Rouge and Georgia, I think -- as a quick way to get a look at what went on (couldn't make it to my local one).
Those "fringe elements" and provocative signs were present in all three sets that I looked at, and didn't seem to be unrepresentative of the crowd -- broad crowd shots showed a pretty good distribution of these signs and symbols.
There was some interesting repetition -- printed and handmade signs with identical messages at all the protests.
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