March 19, 2006
It was a regular "Big Chill" fest with aging ex-hippies reliving the "good old days" when their protests actually made a difference.
One of the biggest protests was in San Francisco, for decades a hub of anti-war sentiment. Police there estimated the crowd gathered outside City Hall at about 6,000 people. Many chanted slogans opposing Bush, and most appeared to hail from a distinctly grayer demographic than that of other protest events.Um, no Paul. Most of the "young people" today don't share you're hippy delusion that we live in a Nazi-like police state.
''There are not enough young people here,'' said Paul Perchonock, 61, a physician. ''They don't see themselves as having a stake.''
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