Saturday, August 28, 2010

Restore Honor Rally, Washington, D.C.



In case the mainstream media tries to tell you otherwise, here's a photo of several hundred thousand people who attended the Restore Honor rally. The "elites" who vacation on Martha's Vineyard will discover that these people and others like them are a force to contend with.

August 28, 2010, the 47th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech. The dream lives on!

9 comments:

TexasFred said...

A view of things to come as WAVES of voters take to the polls in November...

God BLESS America!

Ol James said...

I watched on their Facebook link. The count that I saw on their site was at 120,000+. So add that to the count MSM. There were a few who had created "new" accounts just to post discouraging remarks.
...I wonder if it was the MSM creating those accounts??

Alan Caruba said...

Amen and Amen!

KE5WLM said...

Americans are fed up...a wind of change will sweep this great nation starting in November. Instead of paying so much attention to the climate change fraudulant storm, the liberal left ought to be watching the growing politcal storm that is going to blow their house down this fall!

Ronbo said...

The highest estimate I heard was 1.8 million at Free Republic.

In any event it was larger than the Tea Party demonstration in 2009 estimated at about 200,000.

At this rate, the rally in 2011 (and I'm sure there will be one) will be several million.

Rick said...

Yes, I know for a fact that Katie Couric and Brian Williams have been setting up fake Facebook accounts to post disparaging remarks about Glenn.

George McCrea said...

As usual the predominately white media claimed the crowd to be predominantly white. Simple implication here. Go tea party go. The U.S. is a great friend in lots of ways

mab said...

Lets all post comments agreeing with one another. It makes us feel better. I at least read what you guys say. But doesn't everyone get tired of agreeing with Glen and feeling offended and "victimized" by the MSM. You ARE the victim culture. Take responsability for your own life. Go to rallies. That is cool and that is America. But take your righteous (self reighteous) indignation and... well you know what to do with it.

Sweetly Broken said...

Yes man, Americans dont just follow no one for a reason that is ust political. They need to see that there is someone who cares about the root problems. That is what Glenn has been achieving in couple years he has been on the news. I watched it on facebook too and there were more than 120,000 people and at washington there was more than 300,000 as well. I have a blog discussing current events, if you guys like to visit
www.hourofreckoning.blogspot.com

God bless and may God bless Beck.