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Among the things I enjoy about Seattle is that there's a enormous amount of energy that is provided by the Seattle protesters and by the protesters as well. You have those that are gathering for their prayer vigil, it is amazing. They've held them for nine days and they will go on until they can receive the building where the governor has his office closed down.<br> <br> <br> <br> Yes, there's a very strong political climate in this region right now. The real question - http://blogs.realtown.com/search/?q=real%20question is if these efforts will be enough. I am not certain, but it sounds like the Seattle protests will be successful.<br> <br> <br> <br> The way in which the event is being set up is that at 4 PM they'd collect as a group, and then they'd take some time. This would be a significant feat. They have to attempt to attain the exterior of the building because the building itself is not covered by any type of safety force. They will need to pray and they must stay and then they will need to run for help.<br> <br> <br> <br> As you can see People have taken to it. It's wonderful how much energy and dedication people can give to something that they're enthusiastic about. In the same regard, it is amazing that people are willing to get behind the protesters.<br> <br> <br> <br> Alaska has been in the Conservative News - https://trulytimes.com for something that happened in the town of Anchorage. You see, the protesters there got involved and got to the perimeter of the sheriff's office. But at some point in time the National Guard came on the scene. That made it illegal for the people that were protesting to go into the governor's office.<br> <br> <br> <br> However, as I mentioned before, the protesters were determined to be until the President of the USA, and the vice president, had arrived. Thereforethey could select the opportunity to get in the construction, which they had the right.<br> <br> <br> <br> I am not attempting to sound critical I just wanted to point out there are some similarities . And in many respects, the Seattle protests have been successful because of those similarities. One of those regions is in allowing people to get into the governor's - http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/search/?q=governor%27s office.<br> <br> <br> <br> Well, I know you want to hear more. There are other regions where the protests have an impact, but that has been one. I am not certain why anybody would get upset with me, but it will make sense.<br> <br> <br> <br> However, it seems that it isn't just in Washington State, but in other areas of the nation as well. These kind of protests have helped to attract attention to problems and also to the people that have participated in them.<br> <br> <br> <br> And that's a really powerful thing. The fact that so many people have gotten involved, and such a strong turnout, show that a sizable movement is within our nation to get us back on track, as a nation.<br> <br> <br> <br> And that's a wildcard factor, should you ask me. That is why it is a boon that these types of protests are having success.<br> <br> <br> <br> We ought to give thanks for our leaders which are talking out with deep worth and speaking out for our future. But we should also realize that it is essential for people to be noticed, particularly when we see the effects of the government spending. Even though it is unfortunate, you can see that things aren't likely to change until the public gets involved.