Tuesday, September 13, 2005

How about...?

This is so funny, I just can't resist posting it in full, instead of just a link. Now if they're looking for a small place, I was thinking of my kitchen, but that crowd doesn't go into my neighborhood, and I really don't want them in my house for such an occasion.

Let's think of places that the pro-Sharon crowd could fill. Ok, we'll leave out the obvious like wc's. Let's be nice and consider that they may not be giving out free food, etc. Their change in venue to the Prime Minister's Residence is easy to fill. A few dozen and the roads are blocked, and if they do it during rush hour, the roads are blocked without any demonstrators.


Rally in Support of Sharon Relocated For Fear of Empty Square 10:10 Sep 13, '05 / 9 Elul 5765
(IsraelNN.com) A demonstration in support of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, organized by Yossi Beilin, has been moved due to concern that not many people would show up to it.The rally, organized by those behind the Geneva Initiative, was to take place a week and a half from now in Tel Aviv's Rabin Square. Participants were to include Peace Now, Ami Ayalon's HaMifkad HaLeumi and the Shomer HaTzair youth movement.Rabin Square has been filled several times to capacity by anti-expulsion demonstrations, but left-wing organizers were concerned that the size of the large square would emphasize the small numbers in attendance and moved their rally to opposite the Prime Minister's residence.

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