If the antiwar nuts scheduled a protest in Washington, and there was no one there to hear it, would it matter any less?
Just another example of how out-of-touch and clueless the antiwar boneheads are.
They're having their great, big protest in Washington D.C. this weekend.
Not sure who is supposed to hear their message though -- the president is out of town, as are most members of Congress, which is in recess.
Since there's no one there to hear their protest anyway, maybe the could do something constructive. Do you think if we set them all to typing for a million years, one of them would produce a script for "Hamlet"?