With the world's financial markets doing their best imitation of a Busby Berkeley choreographed collision of fecal matter and fan blade, and the nation in the throes of an epic housing crisis, the seven labor unions jointly known as Change To Win brought their voices to John McCain's doorstep (one among seven!) in Arlington, Virginia's most concrete-encrusted neighborhood: Crystal City. I went out with my Kyte Phone and my storied inability to shave or open both of my eyes whilst outside to capture the goings-on. There I found a modest-sized group of animated protesters, a smaller and weirder group of counter-protesters, a few genial cops, and one Chrissy Hyneman, all the way from Ohio's Mahoning Valley, who was willing to talk to me about how the economy has affected her. Please to enjoy.
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McCain: Leave My Many Homes Alone!
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