What If I Can’t Make It To D.C.

17 09 2010

for the  Rally to Restore Sanity?

Will there be local rallies? Or is that too radical?

Our normal rallies consist of ten teachers standing on the big bridge demanding sanity. Maybe I could get them to. . . nah. . .

And, sad to say, many of my neighbors might prefer the March to Keep Fear Alive.

But, on the upside, no matter how many people show up, Jon Stewart can apparently claim whatever turnout he wants!

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13 responses

17 09 2010
Daryl Cobranchi

I’m thinking about going to Cobert’s Fear March.

17 09 2010
Daryl Cobranchi

Colbert’s.

17 09 2010
JJ

Which rally do I go to if I fear for our sanity — both?

17 09 2010
Meg L.

I’m working on talking Jeff into going. (Though Cori is unhappy that it’s Halloween weekend since she missed T&T last year due to being sick.)

17 09 2010
COD

Breck is supposed to fence that day in Williamsburg. He is deciding which one he would rather do.

17 09 2010
JJ

Meg and Cori might have the right idea though. Shouldn’t there be costumes?

18 09 2010
Nance Confer

Costumes, definitely! 🙂

18 09 2010
Nance Confer

But it sounds like Jon’s fears are correct — you all have lives!

19 09 2010
Nance Confer

These people seem to be planning an actual political event.

Again, I will not be there but let’s see which gets more media coverage — Jon Stewart or

“On Saturday, October 2, 2010, hundreds of thousands of people from across America will gather at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. to demonstrate our re-commitment to change. The One Nation March will feature human and civil rights leaders, labor leaders, environmental and peace activists, faith leaders, celebrities and sports figures – all marching together to help Put America Back to Work and to Pull America Back Together. And to help reorder our national priorities so that investments in people come first.”

19 09 2010
Lynne

Looking for cheap airfare here…

19 09 2010
JJ

Lynne, the luxury landliner corporate-sponsored coaches aren’t coming for you? Say it ain’t so! 😉

19 09 2010
19 09 2010
Nance Confer

Thanks, Lynne!

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