So, the threat was that we'd be tossed out of Dilworth Plaza (The plaza around Philadelphia's City Hall) at 5:00pm, but here we are at midnight and as you can see we're still here. No sign of police in enough numbers to toss us out.
[I'll be out of town when this peace vigil occurs, but please consider making it to this one - Ruch2506]
As the war in Iraq winds down, - or so we hope- there will be two more final Friday vigils that I will ask you to attend.
Friday November 25 at 5 pm at the corner of Broad and Arch - I have signs and hope for your presence. To stand up for Peace and to remind our fellow citizens that the war in Iraq has become part of the reason we are bankrupt,- please try to come!
There were several letters in the Inquirer's letters column that advocated that, rather than take part in protests like Occupy Philadelphia, people should vote instead and thereby toss out the bad politicians and put better politicians in. Great idea, in theory anyway. Let's review the last dozen or so years and voting.