As I am doing some sightseeing in Washington DC, prior to the Million Worker March, I saw and heard groups who were carrying on for "traditional" marriage. They wore cowboy hats, pressed blue jeans and boots, and red "Taking a Stand for Marriage" shirts. Walking past them toward the Museums, I could hear blastings from the Bible. I saw vehicles with church groups names. A huge trailer was going around with a sign from The Ten Commandments, and how Kerry did not fit.
I'll just be glad to meetup with pro labor people. There will be a sign-making gathering Saturday afternoon with Seattle people, and an open microphone MWM fund-raising event Saturday night. Today I toured the new American Indian Museum which is a unique spiral-type architecture within, giving the impression one is in a gigantic teepee.