toppling Bush, an out-of-town tryout

The British show Bush what they think of him

In contrast to the few dozen people who were in Baghdad's Fardus Square [now called "Freedom Square"] earlier this year when Americans toppled Saddam Hussein's statue, today's event in Trafalgar Square was cheered by as many people who could fit into the area. That crowd still represented only a portion of the total of more than 100,000 or so demonstrators marching in the streets of London today. Curiously, almost all of them represented the disrespected American thug's putative ally.

[image from Yahoo News, AP Photo/ John D. McHugh]

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Published on November 20, 2003 4:06 PM.

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