they ain't seen nothing yet!

The hawks are afraid, as their continued fighting delay shows. They aren't afraid enough however, and in that lies their undoing, even if it may mean they will unleash a holocaust first. Washington is making a very big mistake. We already have a major antiwar movement in place, even before there's a war, and it's not going to be limited to just placards and speeches, especially if or when the fighting starts. We can bring down the regime in Washington. The only question is how long it will take.

"The difference between this antiwar protest movement and the Vietnam antiwar movement is that we have a huge grass-roots campaign before the war has even begun," she said. "Our volunteers on the subway are approached by strangers requesting leaflets."
Leslie Cagan is talking about the February 15 demonstrations in New York and elsewhere around the world:
"This may be our last chance to stop the war," she said. "If it starts, it will be much harder to end. If marches do not work, we will escalate. We will have to do things to disrupt the normal flow of life in this country. There will have to be more civil disobedience. If bombs are being dropped on other people in our name and with our tax dollars, we will do what we can to make sure these bombs do not get there."
Alright, whom am I kidding. We're all going to be locked up, and I wouldn't be surprised if it happens the day the bombs begin.