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The thousands of activists converged on the Ellipse be¬ hind the White House as the culmination of a weekend of grief, pain, and hope sur¬ rounding the fourth full dis¬ play of the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt in Washington. We need some real leadership and some real ac¬ tion from the president of the United States.” Thousands of chanting demonstrators, ranging from heterosexual couples with small children and senior cit¬ izens in wheelchairs to the more usual collection of young gay men and lesbians, marched around the Treasury Department, the White House, and the Old Executive Office Building making a hu¬ man chain over a mile long.

Chanting rounds of “three more weeks, three more weeks,” the demonstrators mocked the president’s low standing in the polls as they denounced his AIDS policies. As they marched and cheered Bush’s predicted po¬ litical defeat, the demonstra¬ tors blew whistles and air horns every seven minutes to commemorate the estimated one AIDS death that takes place every 420 seconds in this country.

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Chanting rounds of “three more weeks, three more weeks,” the demonstrators mocked the president’s low standing in the polls as they denounced his AIDS policies. As they marched and cheered Bush’s predicted po¬ litical defeat, the demonstra¬ tors blew whistles and air horns every seven minutes to commemorate the estimated one AIDS death that takes place every 420 seconds in this country.

Demonstrators in wheelchairs slid out of their seats to lie on the moist ground beside the able-bod¬ ied, leaving only a collection of chairs and photographers perpendicular on the expanse of land.

“That’s a very misleading number,” said Carlton Lee, a staffer with the National Commission on AIDS, noting that the oft-cited figure counts not only specific line-items for AIDS spending, but many fuzzy estimates on total Medi¬ care, Medicaid and Veterans Affairs entitlement spending for AIDS patients. But whether he lives up to his promises, we’ll have to wait and see.” Asked how AIDS activists could counter Bush’s alleged mischaracterization of the government’s AIDS funding, Lee quipped offhandedly, “I was hoping Clinton would do it last night,” but took care to note that after the debate the Clinton campaign did issue a statement pointing out Bush’s tactic.

No such accounting has ever been sug¬ gested for other diseases, he noted, and if it were it would far outstretch AIDS spending. Lee noted that AIDS ac¬ tivists are now taking pains to (Continued on page 28) Bof A Exec's Wife Against Gay Flag When the San Francisco Library Commission voted last week to keep the Rain¬ bow flag flying over Harvey Milk Library, one dissenting vote came from Commissioner Barbara Rosenberg, whose husband is Bank of America President Richard Rosenberg.

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Although the funda¬ mentalists have threatened a lawsuit, the city attorney’s office ruled that flying the flag is consistent with San Francisco law.

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