Politics Inside NSM
"Generally speaking what they want to do is get their message out," Overby said.
"We're running a candidate for president in 2008. We're there for white rights," Bishop said.
"Are they seriously thinking they're going to get this person elected, no, of course not," Overby said.
Bishop says he hopes people on both sides of the issue get through the afternoon safely.
"I don't want to see anyone get hurt, I don't want to see anyone in the opposition get hurt," Bishop said.
But MU sociologist John Galliher says a clash works in Nazi's favor.
"That's exactly what they have in mind. So they can become the victims and so they can say 'ya see what we're up against here," Galliher said.
But both sides agree on any group's right to speak.
"The 1st amendment's there to protect unpopular speech," Overby said.
"The constitution is there for one purpose, it's to use," Bishop said.