Friday, September 26, 2008

Portland Bailout Protesters

From the Oregonian:

In a city where citizens can't get enough of having their say, another protest sprouted during rush hour Thursday at the east end of Hawthorne Bridge.This one was small -- tiny, even by Portland standards.
But it definitely seemed to reflect the supportive mood of dozens of horn-blaring motorists and vocal bicyclists.

One sign said it all: "No Bailout."
The target of the protesters' ire -- shared by millions of other Americans -- is the proposed historic $700 billion plan for financial institutions.

Why didn't they invite us?