That makes $21,000 so far in fines for putting up posters for the upcoming Sept. 15 antiwar march and rally in D.C.
ANSWER has been putting up posters since before the war started, politicians do it all the time. So why the selective prosecution? The answer seems obvious enough.
There is an effort underway by several branches of the government to disrupt the organizing for the September 15 march, which will be led by Iraq war veterans and their families.
Now more than ever, it’s important to be in D.C. on the 15th.