This chap was able to articulate that he was there to protest against the health care bill because he doesn't really think it's the government's job. I don't know what that means exactly, but it's a pretty good answer. Too bad that was only part one of the question. When posed with, "Can you tell me anything about the health care bill?" You know. The one that he's there protesting against? Yeah, that one. When asked if he could tell the reporter anything about it, Mr. Mohawk just laughed and said, "Not really!" Sure, that seems reasonable.
This sign was inquired about as to whether the Kennedy's would think it was funny. The answer was "Probably not, but hey! They've done some things too, so...." When asked for something specific that the Kennedys "have done", dude shrugs his shoulders and says, "Well, I can't think of anything right off the bat!" You can't?! Why NOT?
And now for a theology lesson, brought to you by old, overly tan, large conspicuous silver necklace wearing protester guy. "It mentions his name in the Bible. I think it was under Hebrew. But it stated that, uh, uh, Barack Obama. They took his name and they separated his name and they deciphered it and Barack Obama, in it's content means 'anti-Christ'." Well. That explains that. What it doesn't explain is who the hell this 'Nancy Poloskie' is on your sign there.
"The Nazis have the brown shirts. OK? Obama has proposed, I keep hearing him talk about it, he wants to have a nation of, what is it, two million citizen army! Armed as well as the army?!" The reporter tries to reassure her that it would be a volunteer army and that they wouldn't be armed. She just repeats herself, "Armed as well as the army!" She then looks almost sideways at him, her eyes full of fear, not for her crazy talk, but for his not knowing about this mythical brown shirt-esque army. Ma'am, I'm going to go out on a limb here without any formal knowledge of anything having to do with our armed forces and just say that I believe it is highly unlikely that private citizens are going to be as well armed as the US Army is. Again, I'm going out on a limb, but I see it as very doubtful that the nuclear codes are going to be handed out to this group, so why don't you just calm down a bit, get out of the sun, take that Prozac and head back to bed.