Thursday, August 25, 2005

When Jesse Jackson came to town

Soon after the Republicans took control of Congress in 1995, The Reverend Jesse Jackson came to Newt Gingrich's Marietta office, press, entourage, and Dem sidekicks in tow, to protest the ascendancy of the conservative revolution.

Rev. Jackson held forth...
...the assembled newsies paid court...
...and Al Sharpton kept a sour face the whole time...

Rev. Jackson then held a march, which flopped. There were so few, they could have been arrested for jaywalking.


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