Saturday, about 500 people held a rally and march at the State Capitol to support the U.S. led attack on Iraq.
Many of the participants have relatives serving overseas in the military.
Rich Michaels says there's a difference between anti-war protests and that which is pro-troops, pro-war, pro-supportive. He says there is a difference about who wants to be in the limelight.
In the past few weeks, there have been several anti-war demonstrations at the State Capitol. Saturday's event was the first large rally supporting the invasion on Iraq.