They were arrested, slammed to the ground and choked last weekend. But protesters opposed to a federal judge's ruling that bans dancing inside the Thomas Jefferson Memorial in D.C. aren't backing down.
Led by Russia Today host Adam Kokesh (an Iraq war vet), the protesters plan a larger silent dance party for noon this Saturday at the memorial.
Kokesh's movement found support from a majority of this blog's readers on Monday in an unscientific poll, in which voters 2-1 said the police were wrong to arrest the protesters.
So tomorrow he holds his Dance Party.
Adam Kokesh's Thomas Jefferson Memorial Dance Party is tomorrow at noon. He will be in DC at the Thomas Jefferson Memorial and solidarity events are taking place around the world -- click here for more.
Everyone else took the time to promote that on Thursday but I don't blog on Thursday so let me note it now.
Repeating, it is tomorrow, Saturday, at noon, the Jefferson Memorial in D.C.
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):