14 May 2010

Protesters On Grand

On my way to Arby's to pick up one of their excellent Reuben sandwiches and their even better Jamocha shakes on Friday about mid-day I came across a small group of normal-looking people waving signs in front of Computer Village and Denny Rehberg's branch office here in Billings. I'm guessing they were not big Obama fans See the picture to the left.

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I asked the guy in the blue shirt above what the occasion was. He said that some of them were from the Sierra Club but I don't think they were waving the sign "Drill-Baby-Drill." Maybe they were trying to infiltrate the tea party protesters who showed up after the Sierra Club folks.

I saw one of the Sierra Club walk away kind of angry looking, probably because her sign was so lame. See it on the sidewalk to the right. The tea party people seemed to be having a good time.

Maybe Denny Rehberg is running for office this early and called on his ace quick responders. I don't think we've heard the last of these good folks, though the main stream media probably won't have much to do with them.

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