I was thinking the same thing. I'm all for the freedom of speach, but interfering with commerce is held in another regard in the states. I joked with a buddy on the phone last night: "If this was attempted in the U.S. , shotguns and bulldozers would create a quick path." On the other hand, I must say I am somewhat impressed how the majority bands together for a common purpose. Given, some of these pot-bangers maybe don't even know what they are protesting. Goes back to the "enraged society" syndrome that is Argentina. It seems, at times, as a corked volcano just waiting for a tremor to set it off. Part of this populace is just waiting for a reason to vent their frustrations. When was the last time we saw U.S. citizens NOT at a 50/50 draw (aside from out current leader's approval rating) . When I think of recent (last ten years) protests in the states...none of them created more than a ripple in the pond. Fuel restricions or frozen bank acounts, on the other hand... That's when people of all walks of life will toss bottles together."kenmtraveller" said:what do you think Fox News would say if people were blocking the highways for days in the USA?