Yes, and have. For choice, against racism.
I only ever protested once against a Unionist parade through the streets of Dublin. I was one of the peaceful protesters but unfortunately some idiots started kicking off and it decended into a full blown riot, totally defeating the purpose of protesting. My sign said "Love Ulster, hate bigots"
Yes or I use bumper sticker.
never ever in a zillion yrs would i paint a sign and go protest...
Dont be so silly we need to Bring Back Tommy
lol Jo.. :) plus its counter productive, you want to prtest for realz. have the cash and a better counter offer then what is proposed... otherwise . your wasteing air..
boobs n football oO
By the time I was old enough to attend protest rallies, I was already busy raising kids and didn't have time to do so. By the time they were old enough that I could have done so, I was already working full time and didn't have time. Now that I'm no longer working full time, I don't have the energy. <br />
If I were to march in any protest, it would be against racism, and religionism.(I don't think this is even a word, but you know what I mean)
It all depends if its worth fighting for, would it change lives for the better?
you never said that before in your question that's why I wasn't sure but ya if the subject focus on them things then 100% worth it.
Nope. Not my style.
Yes I would, but it'd have to be a serious issue. When the last Labour Govt was considering ID cards for the UK, I was preparing myself mentally for protesting, fines and jail for not having one. There are very few issues that I feel strongly enough about, bit this was one of them.<br />
Thankfully the coalition scrapped the proposals almost as soon as they got in to power
no,i don't like round about ways. if i decide to do something it will be more then pushing a sign into peoples faces.
Depends on the argument what we are fighting for
I'm a writer I'm most powerful fighting with my words
my handwriting sucks
sure that ep link doesn't work so let's just PM