dsc_0046-1.JPG Berkeley wouldn’t be Berkeley without its resident crazies and young, blooming radicals. Not surprisingly, both groups filled the anti-war ranks on Martin Luther King, Jr. Way during today’s day-long protest, which drew in hundreds of people.

Think this whole recruitment center situation is quite silly and that many of the people involved are acting like children? Actually, many of the anti-war activists at the rally were literally children–OK, high school students, maybe–and they all had strong opinions, an urgent need to be rebellious and an affinity for excessive cussing. The middle-aged conservatives that picked fights with these kids were just as shamelessly childlike. But seriously, where were their mothers?

Don’t tell us they’re all children of this guy.

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In today’s Daily Cal article on the Code Pink free speech nonsense, Councilmember Gordon Wozniak states: “We’ve had many contentious meetings and we’ve never had any problems. People in Berkeley tend to pretty much agree to adhere to nonviolence.”

He is, of course, talking about the monster rally that is currently brewing outside Berkeley City Hall, where a mass of polarized protesters awaits the start of this evening’s City Council meeting. The council will decide tonight whether they want to take back their infamous “unwelcome and uninvited intruders” statement against the Marine Corps recruitment center on Shattuck Avenue, which caused an angry ruckus across the nation. But despite Wozniak’s assurance of a peaceful political rally, Cat Moy–a source for conservative blogger Michelle Malkin–has already witnessed “mayhem” go down on Martin Luther King, Jr. Way.

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