The Silent Majority Turns Invisible

Thirty-five years ago, young patriots such as Lt. John Kerry vocally expressed the view that our brave soldiers should return home from Indochina immediately. President Nixon claimed that the majority of Americans disagreed but were “silent”. Today, the success of Camp Casey at attracting national attention to the Iraq War issue has driven certain right-wingers to desperate measures such as smearing Cindy Sheehan. The folks at the National Review want us to know that a lot of folks support President Bush and so they have provided pictures of Camp Qualls.

CrooksandLiars notes that there do not appear to be any people in these pictures. Apparently those who put up these signs have turned invisible. Or is it the Soylent Green theory from Duncan Black that someone ate all the Bush supporters?

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