From an article in the Post Gazette:
About a dozen members of Carnegie Mellon University's College Republicans gathered around a flagpole at the center of campus yesterday to express their support for President Bush and American troops on the verge of war with Iraq.
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Members also waited patiently, though with a trace of annoyance, as about 10 counter-demonstrators calling themselves KGB picketed with signs that appeared to have no relevance, like "You have a secret admirer -- in bed."
At one point, the KGB group marched in a circle around the flagpole and other students.
"It is my firm belief that it is a great mistake to hold firm beliefs," said one KGB member who identified himself as John Balthazar, only to later tell someone that his name was Ed. He said he was a sophomore at the university and that his group wasn't objecting to the College Republicans' position but was "committed to hijacking protests and college tours."