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Report: 9/12 Rally At D.C.'s Capitol Hill
Publius Forum ^ | 09/13/10 | Warner Todd Huston

Posted on 09/13/2010 2:00:27 PM PDT by Mobile Vulgus

(I am finally back home where I can get to my photo editing software, so this report is a few hours late, but…)

Over 50,000 patriotic Americans attended the 2010 edition of Freedom Works’s 9/12 March on the Capitol. Americans from all over the country attended and I below have a few particularly interesting stories you need to hear. But after an exhausting yet exhilarating day on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C., I finally have a few minutes to sit down and relate to you some of the things I saw this day.

The day started out drizzly and overcast and the clouds looked socked in. By noon we were beginning to worry that we’d be damp throughout. Fortunately, the Good Lord took favor on us and stopped the drizzle and even bestowed his glorious sunshine upon us not long after the program began.

On the other hand, our benevolent Metro transit authority wasn’t as benevolent and had fewer trains, delays and tracks shut down for repair. So, getting to downtown D.C. from and back to Crystal City in Virginia was no bright spot of the day...

Read the rest at Publiusforum.com...


TOPICS: Government; Local News; Politics
KEYWORDS: 912; dc; elections; freedomworks
A great rally at an important time in our history, a make or break time.
1 posted on 09/13/2010 2:00:33 PM PDT by Mobile Vulgus
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