Silent Bush Protest in Colorado This Afternoon

President Bush Does Not Represent All Coloradoans: There will be a silent, civilian Bush protest today at 3pm when he appears at a last-minute campaign stop at Red Rocks Amphitheater.

Bush will ask Colorado for “four more years.” The media needs to see the faces of many Colorado citizens who know that four more years of Bush’s environmental policies would be devastating to our state’s most beautiful places like Red Rocks Park.

Please join a large, quickly-forming coalition of environmentalists, pro-choice women, people of color, gays and lesbians, musicians and everyday Colorado citizens to march near the park in silent protest.

No signs, no yelling, no exchanges with the Bush supporters - just a peaceful demonstration of hundreds of patriots wearing red, white, and blue, who cannot abide Bush policies in the backdrop of one of our most beloved Colorado parks.

The details:

- Be there at 3:00pm Monday afternoon. It may last until 6.

- Wear a solid red, white or navy shirt or jacket. Bring an umbrella and wear comfortable walking shoes. Forecast is 50’s/60’s with chance of light showers.

- Call (yes, on the phone) 5 friends right now and tell them to be there too. Kids and dogs (on leashes) welcome.


- Take I-70 West from Denver to the Red Rock exit (exit 259)

- Park in any of the four dinosaur-named lots right off the exit. You’ll see organizers or signs telling you where to go.

For $2 you will receive a trendy orange “my vote counts” bracelet at the event!

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