"Restoring Honor" Washington DC
The theme for this rally was to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King's niece, Dr. Alveda King, was a featured speaker honoring his legacy and good name. Also highlighting this event on August 28, 2010, was Sarah Palin and those awarded through recognition of living their lives in Faith, Hope and Charity.
Glenn's message was far from political. It was inspirational! The message was and is about restoring our core values and principles, returning to the core essence of our Founding Fathers. Beck urges us ALL to pray on our knees for our country, our leaders - to pray in our churches, synagogues, and mosques – and restore our country's founding principles under God. If we do not bring God back into our country (our lives), we will fall as a nation.
From the moment I committed to this journey everything synchronized into place. The energy at the gathering was electrical yet peaceful. I did not come across one rude or indignant person. There were hundreds of thousands of people there, nearing 500,000, which is a conservative estimate!
I was very proud to be a part of this gathering – history in the making. Those of you who have only heard of Glenn Beck in a derogatory sense, I urge you to watch him on Fox News and really listen to what he has to say. Don't just believe what he is conveying -instead research his findings yourself. Then and only then will you have an accurate viewpoint about Glenn and his message, as well as the history of our Founding Fathers and the future of our nation. Will we stand or will we fall? Learn what we the people need to do to secure our future, our children's future, and our grandchildren's future.
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