Sunday, August 29, 2010

The Glenn Beck Rally

Glen Beck did a remarkable job on redefining hope and change... let's say began the restoration of the nation toward the American Dream.
Our job is to vote out the Democrats and RINOs and then hold Republicans' feet to the fire.
I can't imagine the cost, time and effort that went into this event, thank you Mr. Beck.
And by the way, CNN gave the "Reverend" Al Sharpton and his little group of racist pigs great coverage. But did any reporters covering Al Sharpton's tour comment that they didn't see many white people at his event?


  1. Do the blacks have to surrender to the anti white rhetoric vomited by the likes of Jessie Jackoffson or Al Sharpton who don’t think that blacks are intelligent enough to make their own decisions, which is typical of the elitist SOB’s in the MSM.

  2. I just want people in DC that will do a good job regardless of their political affiliation.

  3. Wow. Couple of things, though. Whether you agree with him or not, Al Sharpton has been preaching since he was a young boy. First Pentecostal, then Baptist. Why put his title in quotes? Just because you don't like him doesn't seem right.

    Second, why are you using a picture of Karen O as your profile picture?

  4. Lena, the word that alludes the media is "Americans" .... say it with me ... "AMERICANS". Sounds good doesn't it.

  5. You PLAGIARIZED this from this article. THAT is ILLEGAL!

  6. Don't forget to VOTE to RESTORE SANITY in Washington DC this Tuesday!

  7. Kawanio che keekeru!

    "Song for St. Tamminy s Day." - The Old Song.

    Of Andrew, of Patrick, of David, & George,
    What mighty achievements we hear!
    While no one relates great Tammany's feats,
    Although more heroic by far, my brave boys,
    Although more heroic by far.

    These heroes fought only as fancy inspired,
    As by their own stories we find;
    Whilst Tammany, he fought only to free,
    From cruel oppression mankind, my brave boys,
    From cruel oppression mankind.

    "When our country was young and our numbers were few
    To our fathers his friendship was shown,
    (For he e'er would oppose whom he took for his foes),
    And made our misfortunes his own, my brave boys,
    And he made our misfortunes his own.
    "At length growing old and quite worn out with years,
    As history doth truly proclaim,
    His wigwam was fired, he nobly expired,
    And flew to the skies in a flame, my brave boys,
    And flew to the skies in a flame.