Sunday, May 31, 2009

First Protest Video and More

For pictures and a report go here and here.

Pa Liberty Belle threw this together as quick as he could. It's the juiciest stuff and he'll be editing more in the next couple of days, so stay tuned. Make sure to listen in as Jim McDermott, yes, that Jim McDermott, tells my dad that he was for nationalizing the banks...




More...

Again, please call and/or email the media about our protest. They completely ignored it, and this time I think they might have because they are lazy. They covered the first part of the pro-socialized health care rally and a short portion of their march. There wasn't a press person in sight over at the Westlake end. So they are either lazy as all get out, or they purposefully ignored the story. Note to the media: either option strips away your credibility. Contact info below.

KOMO
Call 1-888-477-5666 or 206-404-4145

KIRO
Go here to fill out an online form
Call 206-728-7777

KING
Go here to fill out an online form
Call 206-448-5555 or 1-800-45-NEWS-5

Seattle Times
Go here to fill out an online form
Call 206-464-2204 and
Write a letter to the editor - 
Pacific Northwest Magazine,
The Seattle Times, 
P.O. Box 70, Seattle, WA 98111 

Finally, I wanted to point out something very important in one of the pictures I previously posted. Notice the big, giant charter bus below? Yeah. That was one of their six charter busses that bussed in people from all over the state. The busses were paid for by SEIU. Grassroots my ass.


2 comments:

  1. The BS response I received from KIRO:

    Thanks for taking the time to email.I just spoke with our reporter who covered the event. She did not see anyone protesting against the health care plan at Pratt Park. If we had seen counter-protesters or known that there was a counter-demonstration, we would have included it in our coverage.

    Please let us know if you have events planned in the future.
    Thank you for watching and writing,
    Jake Milstein
    Managing Editor, KIRO7

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  2. What are you protesting against, the fact that a public single-payer is way better than what we have now?

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