has been out on the streets of New York City, people raising their
and public awareness about the election and the fraud in Florida. Real heroes
are ordinary folks
doing brave things despite public resignation and media cynicism.
Perhaps you've seen some of these
people on the evening news. Unfortunately, most times mainstream
have been to rallies and demonstrations for their thirty second eye candy
"bites", the caption framing the story
has been of another "Gore rally". These have not been,
nor will they continue to be "pro-Gore" rallies.
They are "pro-Democracy" demonstrations. Once the mainstream
media accepts that, once a news story is
framed in the way it is intended and actually happens, that is half the
How often have you seen news
stories - "scripts" - which are written before the coverage
began? All you get to see
is the verification of the author's - or network's - prejudice.
They'll make that story fit their preconception somehow,
by gum! For the most part, that is what this entire election process
has revealed, that the story was already written.
Our actions, our voices and our votes have been molded like clay to fit the
voice and agenda of those who don't
represent us at all.
So what do we do? We
recognize what is going on. We talk about it. We are visible.
We also acknowledge those who have
been giving so much of themselves in the name of freedom,
fairness and democracy. Perhaps you will recognize some of the faces
below. Perhaps you'll join us at the next rally. It is in Washington
DC on January 20th. We won't be alone. Neither will you be.
To find out more, visit http://www.DemocracyMarch.org
See you there!