Monday, October 4, 2010

'One Nation' Rally -#2221 - Glenn Beck Restore Honor Rally - Let's Compare Aerial Pictures of the 10/2/ and 8/28 Rally - the Blaze

'One Nation' Rally above - It is not clear exactly when that photo was taken on 10/2 — but it is the only aerial shot featured in the HuffPo playlist.
Glenn Beck's Restoring Honor Rally (above) - So if CBS News believes that 8/28 drew only 87,000 people — then I’m sure they will soon be posting expert analysis that the “One Nation” rally drew 25,000. Right?

This video was taken after the One Nation rally on 10/2/2010 at the World War II Memorial in Washington DC. They left our Mall littered with their pre-printed Union signs and garbage. Very classy, 45,563 views.

Wilson compares the mall after “Restoring Honor” (above) to the mall after Obama’s inauguration, (below) 117,827 views. 

Post Barackalyptic Wasteland - 113,731 views.

Glenn Beck's Restoring Honor Rally  (above) - August 28, 2010.

Five Photos from the 'One Nation' Rally that was much smaller in attendance. 

AP 'Sparse' Crowd of 'Thousands' Gather in DC to Push Democratic Agenda - The Blaze -Thousands of people flocked to the Lincoln Memorial for a rally Saturday organized by labor and civil rights groups, hoping to show support for the Democratic agenda in the face of expected GOP election gains next month. More than 400 organizations, including faith, environmental and gay rights groups, sponsored the “One Nation Working Together” demonstration on the same end of the National Mall where a month ago tea party activists met to hear conservative commentator Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin....... There were people with union T-shirts and others participants who carried banners advocating expanding Medicare for all Americans. While the Beck rally stretched well down the National Mall, Saturday’s event was shaping up to be far smaller, with sparse groups lingering around the reflecting pool and other monuments.  Read more.........

C-Span Uses 8/28 Crowd Shot for  'One Nation'  Promo - The Blaze - In promoting its coverage of Saturday’s “One Nation” rally in Washington, D.C., C-SPAN’s website offered visitors a peak at what the rally looked like on the ground along the National Mall:  But, as Gateway Pundit points out, the image they use to advertise the “One Nation Working Together” rally is actually a cropped Reuters photo taken on August 28 during the “Restoring Honor” rally hosted by Glenn Beck, seen here:The truth is that the turnout for today’s “One Nation” rally was a fraction of the size of 8/28′s crowd, and most walked away before today’s program was over. Before the “One Nation” program even ended, I snapped this photo looking westward down on the Mall–you can see an artist in the middle of a performance on the JumboTron on the left with the Lincoln Memorial in the background:

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