Mid-Michigan protestors joining in on antiwar demonstrations over the weekend in Lansing and Washington D.C. wonder if anyone is listening.
They want to know if it is too late to stop the attack on Iraq.
Nearly 1,000 people participated in antiwar demonstrations in Lansing, by some estimates there were hundreds of thousands of people at a rally in Washington.
Some of the protestors fear their objections are falling on deaf ears and wonder if it's too late to influence President Bush's decision to make war on Iraq.
Protestors say they are planning a week of resistance in February.
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