Comments on: SF activists mark Katrina anniversary with Big Oil protest Global environmental challenges Wed, 16 Nov 2016 08:14:55 +0000 hourly 1 By: DpBluSea Tue, 31 Aug 2010 22:31:02 +0000 I am on the Gulf Coast. Please watch this: Gk

By: DpBluSea Tue, 31 Aug 2010 03:08:18 +0000 I’m on the Gulf Coast and instead of protesting, we have our President swimming in the Gulf (although I did not see him eat from these polluted waters, the media, some residents, state representatives, government officials and business owners are pretending it’s business as usual, that there is no more oil, meanwhile our economy (including the local fishing industry), employment and our property values are in absolute ruins, and we have the worst environmental disaster in history.
People in San Francisco (3500 miles away) are protesting Big Oil, and what it has cost us, on the Gulf Coast. What a strange disconnect. Thank you, NorCal, for caring, and for standing up.

By: xvampyricx Tue, 31 Aug 2010 01:50:30 +0000 RELATED Video – – pA

If you take notice to the protestors doing the sit-in, the police start arresting every single one of them, before they do they surround them in an attempt to block other people from joining.

Doing this is a complete violation of our first amendment rights.

Remember, the First Amendment of the Constitution covers Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Expression, and Freedom of Assembly (protesting is assembly).

If ever asked by a police officer to leave the site of a protest, REFUSE. If arrested argue in court that it is unconstitutional, then sue.