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Members of WeAreChange Ohio caught up with Karl Rove at Denison University in Granville, Ohio. After declining to answer a question about the bailout, Rove talked about the "Angel is Next" threat and a nuclear test drill at Barksdale Air Force Base on 9/11:
The full article is at WeAreChange Ohio, including a video of a protest outside of a Rove appearance in Chicago:
Members of WeAreChange Ohio were ejected from outside of a Joe Biden event at the Union Terminal in Cincinnati. As has happened numerous times in the Queen City, local security guards prevented the Change members from distributing pamphlets or holding signs. Despite being on publicly-owned property, the security team stated that the property was rented to a private entity and therefore they could restrict activities, even on a sidewalk.
On September 11, 2008 in Cincinnati, over twenty members of Cincinnati 9/11 Truth and WeAreChange Ohio gathered to distribute information about 9/11 to the public. Locations in this video include Fountain Square, the Cincinnati Masonic Temple, and a Homeland Security event at the Drake Center.
Senator John McCain was confronted by Cody D. Deeds of WeAreChange Ohio in Cincinnati about the use of torture by the U.S. military and the need for a new 9/11 investigation.
McCain has supported President Bush's veto of a bill banning torture, and has defended the government's account of 9/11 to the hilt. True to form, McCain ignored the question about torture and emphatically said that he will not support a new investigation into 9/11.
San Francisco Chronicle: "McCain Supports Bush Veto of Bill Banning Torture"
Members of C.H.A.N.G.E. Ohio joined forces with Cincinnati 9/11 Truth to spread the message of government-sponsored terror to the people of Dayton outside of a speech by President Bush. The President was speaking at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base about the "Global War on Terror," before a large audience at the base's museum.
The activists unfurled a massive banner reading "9/11 Was and Inside Job/ Cincinnati 9/11 Truth" at a major intersection near the base. Hundreds of motorists viewed the colorfully-painted banner, and reacted in a variety of ways. Some were surprised by the message, while others were enraged. Many gave joyous gestures as they drove by, expressing their thankfulness that people had hit the streets with the message of truth.