Skip to comments.Live Thread: Restore Sanity and/or Fear Rally 12 Noon EDT 10/30/10
Posted on 10/30/2010 8:10:56 AM PDT by kristinn
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Hey, how cool is that? Colbert and Stewart riding the bus along with all their myrmidons!
See, they’re just like them. Like, wow man.
Like, totally cool. Yeah.
The “men” are there for free comedy, free music, free stuff, and free ‘tail’...simple as that.
Mobs of people now going in. See the freeloaders here...
Oh, that’s good. That’s very good.
I don’t know if I can take much more of this music.
did they just sing “stand out for a handout”?
Just heard a glowing report on the network radio news. They were only expecting 20,000 and they estimate there are 80,000. Heard from a friend whose college kids were going, they are mostly interested in partying. Already got a speeding ticket on the way there. God help us.....
Peace out brother.
He so coo...
80,000? Hah! That’s a laugh.
There are some skanky looking creatures there.
I’d never heard the Roots before...they’re not bad. Not many bands with a tuba player.
Sure is a white audience.
Comedy Central is controlling the video feed for every media outlet that wants to cover it.
Except for the 'entertainment' on the stage.
And let’s hammer this home when the liberals criticize the Tea Party and Glenn Beck’s rally for a lack of racial/ethnic diversity. The liberals imply that Glenn Beck’s appeal and the appeal of the Tea Party is somehow racist based on who shows up for the rallies. Let’s shove that back in Jon Stewart’s face. What does it say about Jon Stewart if 99.4% of people at his rally are white????? We can do the whole innuendo thing too.
Hey, you can attract a huge crowd of misfits with free booze and music, no matter how atrocious.
I wouldn’t bet a penny to win a hundred bucks that we’ll see anybody from CNN / MSNBC / WaPo / etc interviewing a black guy, fearfully asking him if he feels “threatened”, or “accepted”.
Oh, goody, a “Vietnam War” reference. How modern...
Taking a shower is also more important part of my day.
There’s more of a turn out for a routine 4th of July celebration than this event. It is kind of cold by DC standards today.
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