I truly hope hope Denver is nothing like Chicago '68. Neither side kept their heads on back then. As a young, just out of high school kid, a few friends and I drove into the City to see what all the excitement was about. We ended up in Grant Park with a bunch of other kids. Chicago's finest showed us that night what it ment to get on the wrong side of Mayor Daley the first. Times have changed and so have many of my then idealistic thoughts on how a perfect world would be. All the same, it will always be a night that I will remember. I hope that cooler heads will prevail in Denver.North Star said:If they think it has increased at a rapid rate till now. Wait untill this summer, as the threats increase to making the Democratic Convention in Denver worst than in Chicago in 1968. Some of the burned out hippies from that era are making this their 40th Reunion. If there is no solution as to who the candidate is before the election it will not be a pleasant situatiuon. Hopefully, no rioting, but there is no guarantee. Something to ponder.
+1dbsoundguy said:Time To Wake Up ..America ;D
people from Colorado have... :thumb: