Friday, March 21, 2008

SigEp stirs trouble at the Supreme Court

Sam Arora, a Georgetown Law student and member of the "SigEp Feds", was waiting to get into the Supreme court building when he was accosted by the police.
I'm #2 in line for the SCOTUS 11 AM argument. A policewoman standing at front told me I wasn't allowed to wear my Hillary button "on the plaza." She said it was rules.

I asked if she was sure, because I'm just standing here in our single file line with my friends. She said wearing a button was "demonstrating," and I had to take it off.
Yeah, but if it had been an Obama button Sam would be on his way to the "Rendition Raddison" by now.

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