A Protest for the Rest of Us
Conveniently located in downtown Seattle, so I went to check it out.
I believe the lady in the pink dress, under the arch, is the organizer, but I wasn't there for the beginning and introductions. I have no idea why the cherrypicker was there.
Of course my cell phone cheerfully notified me it was full, thank you, just before some liberal nutbar decided we'd had enough expressing our opinions and he needed to tell us how wrong we were (complete with Nazi salute, too.) He was escorted peacefully off-stage. There were two cops wandering around, but you could tell they were not expecting any trouble from us.
I tried to get some pictures of the funny signs, but the cellphone, as I said, was not a team player. One said "Not all Thieves wear Masks". No paper mache giant heads, inflated body parts, or people dressed like pink homeless ladies. Just nice pleasant people (except for the national socialist wannabe), kids in strollers, people of all ages. And colors. I am not a certified crowd estimator, but it seemed like 100+. I got there perhaps 30 minutes in and couldn't stay long. I have to work so I can pay taxes for the Stimulus Bill.
Update: Welcome, Malkinites!