An interesting idea from a website called Signal Orange. Their idea is to create a bunch of t-shirts with the names of those killed in Iraq and where they were killed (ie- Cpl Evan Ashcraft can’t vote):
Signal Orange doesn?Ã„Ã´t say that these soldiers or their families condemn or support the war, and it doesn?Ã„Ã´t speak for them. Whether they opposed or supported the war, they were fighting for our right to decide democratically whether a war is just or not. They?Ã„Ã´ve been buried twice–once in the ground, and once in the media. If we can make them visible in the media through Signal Orange, we can demonstrate that they had voices that have been lost.
While their reasoning is commendable, that needs to be on the shirt as well. Because honestly, people are going to give the shirt a glance and find it extremely crass and offensive. I think this is a protest that is better served by a mass demonstration instead of something that is very likely going to cause the wearer to get a beatdown if they run across a couple of Marines.