FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CITIZENS FOR LEGITIMATE GOVERNMENT ENCOURAGES MILLER PARK OPENING DAY FANS TO JOIN IN "THE GRAND BOO-BALL"
CONTACT: Michael Rectenwald email@example.com
On April 6th, G. W. Bush will throw in the "inaugural ball" at Miller Park, the new home of the Milwaukee Brewers. Citizens for Legitimate Government (CLG), a nonpartisan, pro-Democracy action group, encourages opening day Miller Park game goers to celebrate the fraudulent first pitch by joining in "The Grand BOO-Ball"-- by vigorously booing Bush when he plays the President throwing out the first pitch. The group also asks democracy-loving fans to display a sign that reads: "Resign, Mr. Bush."
"The Grand Boo-Ball" will be one in a series of protests staged by CLG and other pro-democracy groups, decrying the installment of G.W. Bush as president, against the will of the people. "CLG will protest for the duration of the GW Bush Occupation. We'll move on when he moves out," said CLG spokesman, Michael Rectenwald.
The group also wishes to express its disdain for Bush's anti-democratic policies, which were rejected when he lost the election. "Remember," said Rectenwald, "the selection of Bush by means of fraud, intimidation, propaganda and judicial injustice was necessary for the G.O.P. and their backers because the country rejected him and his policies. He was rejected, not elected, not only because he is an idiot, but also because he is bad for the U.S. and bad for the world."
When Bush throws out the first ball in Miller Park, CLG wants fans to remember that Bush himself should be thrown out. Further details for "The Grand-Boo Ball" can be found at: http://www.legitgov.org/protests_booball.html.
Citizens for Legitimate Government is a strategic grassroots group recently created by concerned, tax-paying citizens, after an activist U.S. Supreme abandoned its Constitutional obligations and upheld the Republican Party's efforts to eliminate the democratic process from the 2000 presidential contest. The members of the group refuse to recognize the Bush administration as legitimate. More information on the group's activities can be found on their website at http://www.legitgov.org