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Below you will find raw footage I took with my camcorder at the DC protests yesterday. It was a 20 hour day as I rode a bus out of Chapel Hill, NC chartered specifically for this march. The experience is one I will never forget and for once you could actually feel real momentum. I know the mainstream media will ignore it or only focus on Jane Fonda but as you can see in these frames it was a real cross section of everyday Americans!

Below you will find raw footage I took with my camcorder at the DC protests yesterday. It was a 20 hour day as I rode a bus out of Chapel Hill, NC chartered specifically for this march. The experience is one I will never forget and for once you could actually feel real momentum. I know the mainstream media will ignore it or only focus on Jane Fonda but as you can see in these frames it was a real cross section of everyday Americans!

PS: For those that were there my own sign said on one side "Investigate Impeach Imprison" and the other side said "When Clinton Lied Only Sperm Died".

A note on the videos: You Tube seems to take alot of clarity out of them compared to how they look on my HD. They must really compress these things. I also apologize for the word "unregistered" as I used a shareware program to get these up as quick as possible:

Enjoy!

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Please share with as many as possible and of course recommend this diary should you want alot of others to see these videos. I thank you for your time.

Originally posted to eyewall on Sun Jan 28, 2007 at 09:38 PM PST.

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