The antiwar group US Labor Against the War
is protesting against the oil law that many in the U.S. government want to see the Iraqi government pass; the group contends that the U.S. company BearingPoint
is the one writing the law, and so on Tuesday at 5 pm they will be holding a demonstration at BearingPoint's offices at 80 M Street SE, followed at 5:30 by a march to the U.S. Capitol--here's their flyer about the demonstration
. And joining in the protest are people who are supporting
the three Marine reservists facing possible disciplinary action for wearing parts of their uniforms during antiwar protests (read this Washington Post story
for details on the Marines' tale). So, if you see some tumult on Tuesday, that's what it is.