Arabia.com has this ( http://arabia.com/newsfeed/article/english/0,14183,365886,00.html) article about the protests and the city resolutions in the U.S. So, even if we don't stop this war, at least the rest of the world is noticing that we are trying. Keep it up!
Actually, some of you might bring this up at the Multnomah County anti-war resolution debate - even though the local government can't do much more that show our dissatisfaction with the national government, that may be an important thing to do if we want to convince terrorists that the American people are not as bad as the American (national) government. (I can't make it, so if someone else could bring that up for me, thanks!)
Speaking of the public though... we can only hope that Bush's State of the Union address didn't sway people to the pro-war side. The address obviously is intended to be effective, and the effect the writers were going for was more public support from America. The President made his point that clearly Iraq has not disarmed (because there are some 29,984 warheads unaccounted for, etc.)... so the only anti-war hope I have is that Iraq says "oh here they are, come destroy them" or we come up with still better arguments against war. We will need them if we want to do well at Multnomah County; anyone got any?