They could've had them go downtown Seattle to help "cleanse" the human race from these Idiots - promise them that instead of the usual "70 virgins in heaven, there'd be 140" for taking out libs.. Kum by yah, muh Lord, Kum by yah........ http://www.komotv.com/stories/33841.htm SEATTLE - About 500 protesters marched through downtown Seattle Saturday, venting their frustration over President Bush's re-election and calling for United States troops to be pulled out of Iraq. Protesters, organized by the anti-war group Not in Our Name, said they felt compelled to air their beliefs about Iraq and the leadership of a president they feel does not represent their interests. "What do we want? No War!" they chanted as they marched through the streets. Some people said they came out of frustration. "I am very anti-Bush, I am against his policies,"one man who goes by the name Ozzy told us. "The war is wrong, and his gay policy is wrong." Others said they joined the march because they truly believe in what they are protesting and they want to feel they can somehow make a difference. "If you want to make something change you have to be part of it," explained Annie Schill, 17. The protest last several hours and made its way through several parts of the city. Kellen Williams doesn't agree with anything the protesters were saying, but seeing them out there is what makes America great. "I think that people take for granted the fundamental right we have as Americans to express our opinion," Williams said. "That's the great thing about America." Others watching from the sidelines told demonstrators they should quit complaining and accept the will of the voters. Police on bicycles escorted demonstrators from Westlake Center to the Federal Building and back. There were no reports of any arrests. Another protest was planned for Jan. 20, the first day of the president's second term.