-They could be showing solidarity with the brave citizens of Iraq who risked their lives for democracy.
-They could be marching to support the proud people of Lebanon who are demanding their freedom from Syria
-They could denounce Castro's crackdowns on free speech and intellectual inquiry
-They could demand accountability of the United Nations' since its Oil-for-Food scandal--the largest in world history and its sex scandals have hardly benefited mankind
-They could stand for FREEDOM and DEMOCRACY instead of OPPRESSION AND TOTALITARIANISM
For once in their pathetic lives, they could stand for something that actually results in benefiting humanity in the real world, instead of in their imaginations.
Jeff Goldstein has the right idea:
I would only add that those attending might also consider wearing bright red noses and big floppy shoes. And one of those fake flowers that squirts water pinned to the lapel.
Because if you really must protest, you may as well dress the part, right?
An antiwar protester, a little down on his luck....