Supporters of Denmark in the cartoon controversy held a rally in Washington D.C. today. Photos from bloggers who attended can be found at many sites including the one linked just above, Vital Perspectives.
Look for Bill Kristol in one of the photos at Corsair. Vodkapundit has pictures too as does Crossing Wall Street.
When studying WWII history and the story of Denmark came up, it gave me chills. My grandmother was born in Denmark and came to this country as a child and all my growing up years I heard bits and pieces of that language, mainly, Eees cah ha ill (phonetically speaking, and meaning, we shall have beer).
The Nazi's ordered Danish Jews to identify themselves with a yellow Star of David armband as they had in every other European country they occupied. But in Denmark this order was met with Danish King Christian X putting on the armband and other non Jewish Danes followed his lead. "We are all Jews now." Whether a mythical story or not, the fact remains that Denmark did not allow their Jewish citizens to be rounded up and sent away to the camps. Thus the expression today in D.C. "We are all Danes now."