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    Photos from Dallas, TX protest 4/8/06 more to come

    Hey guys, adding these real quick from the protest me and Dragon5 attended in Dallas, TX.. was a real good turn out.. I've got over 300 pictires, but picked out just a few you all might enjoy:

    The man on the left was yelling at the man in the tan jacket who was holding a sign that stated "I'm a immigrant and so is everyone else." I actually talked to this guy later in the day and was quite nice.


    This punk kid was flipping us off.


    I was talking to one of the pro-illegals when this chick pulled up and got mad b/c I was taking her picture. Said she was from England, asked if I was going to try to deport her. Notice the Miller Lite in her lap..



    Yeah, thats me, promoting our site and cause.. had several people ask me about the organization.



    The chick driving this car was driving back and forth throughout the protest, very patriotic person..


    This guy and 2 of his friends came into the ground pushing a couple of the anti-illegal protesters and shouting MEXICO MEXICO... police soon kicked them out of the area.. I suspect this guy was drunk.


    Heres my friend holding a 2nd poster I made for the protest.. nice eh?


    This chick was highly upset and shouted at some of the protesters basically saying she was Mexican, this is her land, blah blah. Least she had a nice chest

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    wow, some of those people sure were angry

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    Lot of good people in this land are angry. Good pics, Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlesoakisland
    Lot of good people in this land are angry. Good pics, Thanks
    I didn't mean the good people, I was referring to the people who kept giving Truism the finger and yelling at the protesters. Sorry, should have clarified that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamblueman4
    Quote Originally Posted by Charlesoakisland
    Lot of good people in this land are angry. Good pics, Thanks
    I didn't mean the good people, I was referring to the people who kept giving Truism the finger and yelling at the protesters. Sorry, should have clarified that.
    Yea, I know what your saying. I'm just saying there are a lot of good folks that are feed up an angry.
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    There was around 300 protesters there, from various groups. 95% of the people were nice, but the guy in the first photo screaming at the immigrant was a total a-hole.

    There was also a couple posters I saw that basically had racial slurs on them that I felt did nothing to help the cause..

    Overall, it was a very positive experience and I am glad to see so many fellow Americans get together for something like this.. And it wasn't just whites, it was asians, latinos, old, young people supporting the anti-illegal cause.

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    WoW. I am so happy for you guys. Especially for dragon5 who stood out there alone, alone, alone one day. (or was it two days) waiting for people to show up! What a brave person you are, dragon! And here is your reward for your perseverance.
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