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Monday, August 30, 2004

Oxy-Moronic March

The freaks on parade.
Oxy-Moronic March
By Joel Mowbray FrontPageMagazine.com | August 30, 2004

The massive anti-GOP protest rally in

Manhattan yesterday is best defined by the pyromania that the mainstream media buried or ignored: an alleged arsonist set fire to a float—a paper maché dragon—within spitting distance of Madison Square Garden, while someone was inside the float, according to a law enforcement figure. (Two people were burned, including one police officer, though neither was seriously injured.)

Befitting the whole event, the most prominent posters around the conflagration at 34th St. and 7th Ave. were for the group United for Peace and Justice. The alleged arsonist doubtlessly was a supporter of UPJ—the entire 100,000+ demonstrators most likely were—yet this (alleged) pyromaniac must have a different definition of “peace and justice” than the rest of us.

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