Sunday, August 29, 2010

Multitude Assembles in D.C. To Restore American Honor

Washington, D.C.--Conservative icon Glenn Beck and 2008 Vice
Presidential nominee Sarah Palin stood in the same spot
where Martin Luther King, Jr., gave his "I have a dream"
speech 47 years ago and called for Americans to "return to
God" in order to save America's honor.

A huge crowd approaching the permit limit of 300,000 allowed
by U.S. Park Police assembled on the National Mall, their
ranks stretching from the marble steps of the Lincoln
Memorial to the grassy knoll of the Washington Momument.

The audience, mostly white and apparently, to a huge
percentage, members of the Tea Party, listened as the two
ultr-conservative public figures praised the philosophy of
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a civil rights activist who
received the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts fighting
discrimination in housing, transportation, voting rights and

The Rev. Al Sharpton protested the selection of the very
anniversary of Dr. King's "I have a dream speech." His
followers assembled at a high school and then the Reverend
led them on a three-mile march to the Tidal Basin near the

He made fun of the white crowd at the Lincoln Memorial,
saying they were the people who once looked at civil rights
activists as troublemakers. "The folks who used to
criticize us for marching are trying to have a march of
their own."

Mr. Beck said the choice of dates for the restore honor
rally was just a matter of "providence."

Almost all his remarks were of a religious nature.

Knowledgeable observers told news analysts that they feel
the large turnout of Tea Party activists at the event shows
the new element in conservatism will be able to swing the
November elections.

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