The march was supposed to be representative of their disdain for our new President in his first full day of office yet it sounded more like just another anti-American group of ranters not really even knowing what the real theme of the gathering was. But, in all fairness, they at least need to be congratulated for not smashing windows, police cars and setting fires in the streets. Of course, maybe by the time they gathered they had learned that the miscreants in town the day before for the inauguration who committed felony actions were being charged as such and could face some serious fines and jail time.
Look, I understand the right to protest and support protest for what you believe in, but if you want others to consider objectively what you have to say, you have to act responsibly. And when you go out of the way to offend others, a group that actually outnumbers you, the likelihood of you making headway for your cause self-destructs because no one except for your own true believers will consider you seriously. You might feel like you "told us" but, guess what? You really just showed us just how shallow, ridiculous and disgusting you are willing to act and the lasting impact will be negative to your cause. Most Americans are sick of this stuff, desirous of seeing society returned to a day of respect, not a display of bad language and graphic displays of genitalia. The message gets lost through what so many consider vile behavior and Americans likely just laugh or feel sorry for you. Maybe next time Johns Hopkins could send over a truck load of psychiatrists to evaluate the likes of Ashley Judd, Madonna and their good friend Michael Moore. Now that would really be a public service.