Skip to comments.UP IN ARMS ACROSS AMERICA DAY...IN YOUR FACE OBAMA!
Posted on 02/07/2012 10:52:22 AM PST by WmShirerAdmirer
Calling for an "UP IN ARMS ACROSS AMERICA DAY" Peaceful PROTEST, ON Sunday, May 20, 2012 (also World Communication Day!) when and where all "fed-up with Obama and his Administration" Americans, who are against and "up in arms" over his Affordable Care Act, his Executive signings, his dismantling of the Constitution and his taking away our God given and Constitutional freedoms and rights, link arms across America (much like the Hands Across America event and publicity campaign during Ronald Reagan's Administration) and finally once and for all be seen and heard as the "majority" of the American "will and demand for self governance".
If anyone cares to add to this idea and knows how we can make it happen please add your voice. Thank you for your kind attention.
Reference: "Hands Across America was a benefit event and publicity campaign staged on Sunday May 25, 1986 in which approximately 6.5 million people held hands in a human chain for fifteen minutes along a path across the continental United States. Many participants donated ten dollars to reserve their place in line; the proceeds were donated to local charities to fight hunger and homelessness and help those in poverty.
"On the afternoon of Sunday, May 25, 1986, almost seven million people joined hands to form a line that stretched 4,152 miles (6,682 km) from New York City's Battery Park to the RMS Queen Mary pier in Long Beach, California. This nationwide event was called Hands Across America" quoted from Wikipedia.org
We could all lay on the ground with our legs up in the air. That would be more like it.
Thank you, yours was the sentiment that I was trying to express/stir. Sorry to say only received 3 look-sees :(
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