There were a few girls there with the sweetest little peacenik, a girl of perhaps 1 ½ years old, dressed is a lions suit, with a sign on her back that said "Out of Iraq, I'm not Lyin!". They had a sign that said "W, U R Fired" with a pink slip hanging from a hanger. Very nice, and appropriate. The thing that got me was that all ages were there. Not just young people, but all ages, all getting along and supporting each other while working for peace in Iraq. When someone would mention the disparity in ages, the common retort was that if the draft was still on, we would see many more young people and parents out marching. They seemed to believe that not too many Americans have a "vested" interest in this war. I have attached some photos from our local rally.