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Banners Drop Messages For Condoleeza Rice
by Carnegie Mellon Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004 at 7:57 AM

At 9:55 this morning (Thurs 10/21) three banners fell from the top of the College of Fine Arts Building at Carnegie Mellon University.

Banners Drop Message...
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At 9:55 this morning (Thurs 10/21) three banners fell from the top of the College of Fine Arts Building at Carnegie Mellon University. The banners welcomed National Security Advisor Condolezza Rice, who gave a private address to the campus community at 10:20 a.m at the Kresge Theater, College of Fine Arts.

The Slogans Read...
Liberation? 13,200+ Iraqi Civilians Dead
Hello Condoleeza, Goodbye Bill of Rights
Condi, Do 1000+ U.S. Dead Equal Security?

As of 11:46 a.m the banners still fly.

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Iraqi death toll
by Carnegie Mellon Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004 at 7:57 AM

Iraqi death toll...
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Liberation? 13,200+ Iraqi Civilians Dead

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Hello Condoleeza
by Carnegie Mellon Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004 at 7:57 AM

Hello Condoleeza...
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Hello Condoleeza, Goodbye Bill of Rights

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Security?
by Carnegie Mellon Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004 at 7:57 AM

Security?...
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Condi, Do 1000+ U.S. Dead Equal Security?

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Unrelated but still funny
by Mark Yokim Saturday, Oct. 23, 2004 at 2:46 AM
The Three River Valleys

Last Night somewhere on the Southside of Pittsburgh, Steve Earle must have tore the house up with his love song to Condi Rice. The song is called Condi Condi and was just released a week before the RNC on "The Revolution Starts Now." I know he is right.

http://www.steveearle.com

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