Some local protestors believe its up to them to change the course of how America fights this war.
The day started out peacefully but that changed later on.
"Start time of noon they was a whole lot of people there, and by the time the parade actually started, the march to the west front of The Capital I would have said 150,000-200,000," says David Henderson, one of the protestors at Washington D.C.
Thats when things got a little out of hand, with some protestors pepper sprayed by police. More than 150 were arrested. Blocks away a smaller group of pro-troop demonstrators delivering their message as well.
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