Sunday, March 20, 2011
American people furious after Daniel Ellsberg arrested outside White House
An anonymous protester wearing an army uniform and a 'Don't Tread On Me' trucker hat spoke to Harry The Partridge upon leaving an anti-war rally that led to 100 arrests including the arrest of drug-loving sex pervert Daniel Ellsberg. "We've had enough of these strong-arm tactics from President Nixon, we have a right to peaceably assemble and voice our opposition to war here on the 8th anniversary of the Iraq War. Daniel Ellsberg has commit no crime. We have a duty as patriotic American citizens to voice our objections to the treatment of Brad Manning. Nixon's own State Department Spokesman called the treatment "ridiculous, counterproductive and stupid". We all expected so much more from President Nixon, it seems very little has actually changed since George Bush. We are deeply concerned for Ellsberg's safety as Henry Kissinger has been calling for Ellsberg and Michael Moore to be killed. We call on President Nixon to respect the constitution he swore to uphold. Nixon must allow antiwar protester to peaceably assemble, exercise their right to free speech, grant Bradley Manning a speedy trial, and rein in the DoD's use of cruel and unusual punishment. We further call on President Nixon to reject P.J. Crowley's resignation for telling the truth, and to denounce Kissinger's calls to kill or defame political opponents. We voted for change and it's high time President Nixon delivers on some of his promises."