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WASHINGTON – War protesters marched, banged drums, set up displays symbolizing lost lives and even acted out a Baghdad street scene in different cities throughout the nation Wednesday to mark the fifth anniversary of the U.S.’ invasion of Iraq. Some protesters even tried to stage a sitting at the IRS building in the nation’s capitol to demonstrate their disagreement of how taxpayers’ money is funding the war. Many of those protesters were arrested. For more details, click here and return back to comment on what you think about the protests and the messages American citizens are sending.

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