The “Restoring Honor” Rally in D.C. held this past Saturday, August 28, 2010, was beautiful and wonderfully reverent: Americans paid their own way and went to a lot of trouble individually to get to D.C. and lodge there and to ensure that they celebrated our great nation by honoring the founding principles upon which this nation was established and has persevered.
Everyone who attended — including all the speakers, performers and the host, Glenn Beck — should be very proud of themselves for participating in such a remarkable event: everything praiseworthy, all things decent.
Speeches of special note and praise:
Glenn Beck’s, Sarah Palin’s and Alvita King’s. There’ll be transcripts soon available of each and links to them will be included here tomorrow.
Glenn Beck’s after-event post. Beck is to be greatly commended for organizing and hosting such a remarkable event, as are all who participated, each and every one of them.
It was a beautiful day.
Meanwhile, Barack Obama returned from his latest vacation (number seven or eight, so far, this year) to a newly redecorated Oval Office in the White House (no photos allowed, however, can’t let the people see what we’re paying for).
Then Barack Obama sat down with MSNBC/NBC and discussed his forehead.
He claims he “didn’t watch” Saturday’s Restoring Honor event in D.C. and then went on to imply in condescending tone (or was that resentment peeking through) that he doesn’t like the American people, certainly not Glenn Beck if not, perhaps, the U.S.A. but he did talk about his forehead.
I hope he enjoyed that seventh or eighth vacation. At least it got him out of D.C. and away from the rest of us.
Like I wrote, Saturday, August 28, 2010 in D.C. was a beautiful day. And “Restoring America” was a beautiful event, our nation getting back on track again and long may it be so.