There's a boycott of American goods. But check this golden quote:

Sarah Stolz, a 22-year-old German student of American studies, was headed for a Starbucks, coffee shop in central Berlin when her anti-war conscience got the best of her.

"I was thinking about going into Starbucks which I love, when I realized it was wrong," she said. "I'm backing the boycott because the war is totally unjustified."

Haha. I dunno why, but that quote is really funny. In case you didn't know, I'm pretty much against boycotting in general, as well as "renaming" food items (*cough* Freedom Fries, wtf?! *cough*). It's makes us look like little children.
Posted by roy on March 25, 2003 at 12:49 PM | 2 Comments

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Comment posted on March 25th, 2003 at 02:59 PM
this was after I explained how we did not infringe on any UN rules and such.
Comment posted on March 25th, 2003 at 02:58 PM
these people dont know when to quit, this one dude posted this against my most recent anti-anti-war posts, please give me any counter comments suggestions, thanks.

I see no point in beating a dead horse, but I do want to emphasize that I believe the United States is in material breach of U.N. regulations by invading Iraq. I see no way around this. Also we must always remember that all of the "facts" that we are now receiving come from the Pentagon and the "facts" prior to the invasion came from the Bush Administration without any proof. When "proof" was offered by both the U.S. and British administrations it was proven to be false or pilfered. Even the word "War" is a Bush Administration word. The "war" on terrorism has been cleverly used to inflame the population in order to achieve Machiavellian goals that are systematically stripping the American people of basic rights guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution. Did you notice how the Administration tried to push through the Alaska oil drilling Bill the day after the fighting started and our attention was diverted. This was not accidental. There is a litany of evilness from this Administration that makes the Nixon people look like amateurs. The depth of their villany is almost beyond comprehension. Tyranny takes many forms and the people of the world will fear and hate us for decades to come. I too pray for our men and women in combat, but I cannot sit around and not protest the megalomanical constructs of our president and his Administration. Lastly let us not overlook what $70 billion could do in this country to alleviate poverty, poor schooling, hunger and the many ills of our modern society. The society we want to push down the throats of the people of the middle East, whether they want it or not.