Radicals, Marxists, SEIU Thugs, the NAACP & Al Sharpton Plan Separate Rally to Confro

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    Posted by Jim Hoft on Thursday, August 26, 2010, 9:22 PM
    The radicals, racists and Marxists can’t stand the fact that patriotic Americans are holding a rally at the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday August 28, the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream Speech.”

    These radicals, race-baiters and socialists detest the fact that ordinary Americans are rejecting the Pelosi-Obama big-spending socialist agenda. On Saturday they are holding their own leftist big government rally just blocks from the Glenn Beck Restoring Honor rally. Even the Media Matters nitwits will be there.
    The NAACP reported:

    Forty-seven years after the historic March on Washington, NAACP President and CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous will join the National Action Network (NAN), along with heads of progressive organizations, unions and clergy in a mass rally and march in Washington, DC on Saturday, August 28, 2010 to reclaim the dream.

    The rally will start at 11:00 a.m. at Dunbar High School, followed by a march to the King Memorial. Joining us will be a cross-section of organizations and principals including Rev. Al Sharpton, United States Education Secretary, Arne Duncan, Martin Luther King, III, President, Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc.; Ed Schultz, Television and radio show host; Tom Joyner, The Tom Joyner Morning Show; Reach Media; Marc Morial, President of the National Urban League; Melanie L. Campbell, President of National Coalition on Black Civic Participation and Convener of the Black Women’s Roundtable; Dr. Lezli Baskerville, President NAFEO; Clayola Brown, President, A. Philip Randolph Institute; Dr. Barbara Williams Skinner, President, Skinner Leadership Institute; Harry Thomas Jr., D.C. Ward 5 Councilmember; Rev. Willie F. Wilson; Pastor of Union Temple Baptist Church; Rev. Walter Fauntroy; SEIU; 32BJ; SEIU; The Leadership Conference on Human and Civil Rights, Stand Up For Democracy Coalition, Prince Hall Masons (New York State); United for Peace and Justice; National Conference to Bring the Troops Home Now!; representatives from Media Matters; board members of National Action Network, and many other religious groups, labor unions, and organizations.


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    Saturday is "Rally Day". My old high school is even going to have a Rally. Not in DC but in the area where my old high school is. I think there may be even more Rallies scheduled across America. Let's all get on the Rally bus. Think of a good cause and we can have a Rally.
     
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    I did happen to catch a bit of Beck the other day and he was talking about that rally.

    He plans to celebrate and honor MLK and his accomplishment.

    MLK was a great man and deserves to be applauded no matter what your politics.
     
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    Odd that they feel so threatened by the rally that they decide to hold their own. Why not just tag along with the one that's being organized? Do they not agree with 'restoring honor'? Hmmmmm.
     
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    maybe they think beck is full of shit?
     
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    Those racist groups refuse to celebrate with white people. They believe this is a black holiday & whitey needs to butt out so that the NAACP & the reverends can preach their vile race bating hate.
     
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    Or maybe they're jealous cuz they didn't think of it. But.... With the line up on the left.... there will be no possibly to 'restore' honor.... to restore one has to have had it.
     
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    I think that is a fair and accurate assessment.
     
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    actually...according to Beck, HE didn't think of it. He found a day that was clear on his calendar and planned the rally, and, only after that, did someone point out to him that his rally was on the same day that MLK had given his "I have a dream" speech. Beck, supposedly, was completely unawares of the coincidence.

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