Geov Parrish’s Dresden-esque Shock and Awe firestorm hasn’t come to pass so far, but I still find him a credible voice when he talks about something he has more direct experience with, like the next steps for the domestic protest movement. Like the earlier link I posted from Bernard Weiner, Parrish points out that those opposed to what’s happening in Iraq have better things to do now than block traffic and piss people off. Like, thinking about the presidential election of 2004.
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