Washington D.C. - Health Care Protestors

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  1. AverageJoe

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    Shot on March 21st, while the House of Representatives voted/debated the health care bill; please note, this is not intended to be a discussion on politics.

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    Well hehe.. #1 is pretty good. The picture shows a sense of drama and goes well with your title. I like the subtle details in image #3. The subject looks cool and collected and it's written on her t shirt (haha). In #4 it doesn't look like the young lady wants her uhm picture taken. p.s #3 if she's not calm then she's **** scared, hard to tell.
     
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    I'm not up on the news at the moment, so this may seem* like a dumb question but, how many people did you see protesting?
     
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    In #4 it almost looks like the young lady in stripes is trying to hide a gun.
     
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    Sorry, been on the road traveling. There were about 250 or so tea party/anti-health care protesters. The main protest of that day was the Hispanic community protesting immigration reform, there were a far larger number of them.
     

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