...hangs two American flags upside down and even hangs an AMERICAN POW FLAG UPSIDE DOWN!!!
Keep it up. You people are only helping the Conservative cause.
Protests get louder as war approaches
By Marisa Schultz / The Detroit News
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ROSEVILLE -- Antiwar protests grew more aggressive Tuesday as America's deadline for conflict with Iraq approached. And one pro-Iraq demonstration stirred an angry response in Roseville.
In downtown Detroit, dozens of activists chanted and sang at the U.S. District Court building. Twenty-seven of them were arrested for disorderly conduct for blocking entrances.
Peace groups have already established a schedule of protests for immediately after the outbreak of war -- one, for instance, will be at the Broadhead Naval Armory in Detroit the afternoon that war begins.
Individuals have also taken symbolic actions.
In Roseville, Mario Fundarski, who unsuccessfully ran for Congress in 2000 and 2002, hung an Iraqi flag in his front yard. Beneath it on the flag pole hung two upside-down American flags and another upside-down POW flag.
The action sparked protests from neighbors and passersby at his 14 Mile Road home. One man, Jac Carr of Roseville, took down the Iraqi flag at one point only to find it back up a couple hours later.
Fundarski, who declined to comment, called the Roseville police after a group of angry residents gathered on his lawn. Deputy Police Chief Daniel Young said that, although the flags may be offensive to some, Fundarski didn't violate any laws.
"We live in America and we have constitutional rights," Young said. "They need to be protected even if they are of unpopular positions."
You protesters are starting to show your true Anti American colors.