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Sunday, April 08, 2007

What's the Brainstorming Session Like?

This is beyond the pale, but not completely surprising given some organizations' tendencies to protest through inappropirate means.

Many are familiar with the White House Easter Egg Roll. It's history goes back to the 1870's.

This is usually a joyous, happy time... children are invited onto the normally restrictive White House grounds and they have a great time.

Luckily, we have people in the country who can help us see those festivities through a more balanced view.

Take a look here.

Classy.

Nice touch.

I don't mind the message they're trying to get across - unexploded ordnance IS a problem. But, isn't there a better way?

I would love to sit in on the brainstorming sessions that eventually evolve into events like these. How do you get to the point where you take a festive children's activity and thrust the brutality of war into it? There's such a thing as time and place - the message can still be spread without ruining a wonderful childhood activity.

Shame.

2 comments:

Terry said...

For more information on the affects from munitions such as the leads and mercurys come to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada at the World Trade and Convention Centre from 9-11 October 2007for the First International Conference on Chemical and Conventional Munitions Dumped at Sea.

For additional information go to www.seadumpedmunitions.com or e-mail tplong@eastlink.ca

Terrance P. Long

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