A Detroit Democrat and groups nationwide linked by the Internet are planning to protest President Bush's inauguration with a one-day economic boycott. David Livingstone says if people don't work or buy things, companies lose money that can't be taxed to fund the war and programs people don't support. He doesn't expect the Inauguration Day boycott to inflict much economic damage. He's hoping a January 20th blip in the GDP would get the president's attention. A White House spokesman says Bush is proud to live in a society where people are free to peacefully express opinions.