Saturday, October 30, 2010

A sign of the times

That a "Rally for Sanity" is called a "liberal" plot.

See that the 'Rally' has just started, there are at the very beginning more African-Americans on stage than I believe in the crowd at the Beck Rally. And more tuba players too, the latter being the most suprising.

And looking at the crowd just more people in general, far more. But what do I know, I'm just a reality-based blogboy?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

we'll take your word for it. vox

pansypoo said...

didn't see all of it, but that tuba player was working his tuba.

this crowd seemed much bigger and HEALTHIER.

jimmiraybob said...

Is Fox News reporting that a couple hundred violent leftist loons turned out for a fascist, death-cult, anti-American celebration yet? Because, you know, they report the news*.

*At least I heard that a couple people in the "News" department actually still think so. I guess if it gets you to sleep at night......

Anonymous said...

Sanity has a well-known liberal bias.

Anonymous said...

I tried to go but after driving to the nearest metro station to my house and seeing that there was no parking and a line of people so long, the rally would have been over before I even got there, I decided to go home and live stream it. Other friends braved the traffic and drove in. They managed to park about 15 minutes away (running).

Southern Beale said...

Some idiot on Twitter was posting pictures aerial of the Beck rally and aerial pics of the Sanity/Fear rally (lord knows when they were taken) to "prove" that Beck drew more people. However, the Stewart/Colbert rally was not at the same place on the National Mall -- they didn't have the hubris to rally on the Lincoln Memorial steps where MLK had his historic moment.

So the entire exercise was bogus.

Anonymous said...

Pictures, words, having Cat Stevens, Joe, there was well worth the afternoon.
All good, damn the punditocracy and republicorp.

pansypoo said...

the gnews must die.