Sunday, August 29, 2010

Truly Words to Believe In!

Sarah Palin yesterday at the Lincoln Memorial:

"We will always come through. We will never give up, and we shall endure because we live by that moral strength that we call grace. Because though we’ve often skirted a precipice, a providential hand has always guided us to a better future.

And I know that many of us today, we are worried about what we face. Sometimes our challenges, they just seem insurmountable.

But, here, together, at the crossroads of our history, may this day be the change point!

Look around you. You’re not alone. You are Americans!

You have the same steel spine and the moral courage of Washington and Lincoln and Martin Luther King. It is in you. It will sustain you as it sustained them.

So with pride in the red, white, and blue; with gratitude to our men and women in uniform; let’s stand together! Let’s stand with honor! Let’s restore America!

God bless you! And God bless America!"


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DamDoc said...

A newspaper account of Brian Williams' interview with Obama on NBS Snooze this weekend, expressing hope and change, and being a unite-er:

Obama, who just returned from a long vacation on Martha’s Vineyard said he didn’t watch Glenn Beck’s massive rally at the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday, adding that he was focused on the long-term, not on the “Nightly News.”

“It’s not surprising that someone like a Mr. Beck is able to stir up a certain portion of [the American people]. … That’s been true throughout our history,” he said.

Kansas Scout said...

I think the rally was lost opportunity. Shunning the political for the religious is fine if your looking for more religion. We need a clear message that less govt. is better and that we the people are speaking loud and clear about it on the Mall. I think Beck has become unhinged.

Anonymous said...

I was there, it was very religious but Glenn had said it wouldn't be political. That didn't stop the crowd from being political. Lots of Gadsden Flags and tea party shirts. Have to say, watching white folks try to sway to the music, raise their hands and say "Amen" was kinda painful. The guy walking through the crowd with what must have been a 20' long American flag on a huge pole, a harness and an aluminum plate on stomach supporting it - talk about dedication to making a statement! Very inspiring event and must have been close to the 450,000 people level. All very polite and civil in our area.

Steve P said...

I fully support the work Glenn has done. I also believe in everyone's right to freely worship or not worship. However, I also think pushing religion into this fray only helps to solidify the left's viewpoint of the right's extreme religious views. We all know what's right and wrong. I know a number of people who are not religious yet have a higher moral standard than those who proclaim their beliefs. This is a political and constitutional issue.

Anonymous said...

To Steve P: I think you missed the point that the Tea Party is sending. YOU SAY that the rally "only helps to solidify the left's viewpoint of the right's extreme religious views." I SAY that I do not care what the left think, I am marching on toward my own destiny by following my own beliefs... let the left wonder into obscurity with me, with us, without America tagging along!

Anonymous said...

Beck's rally was like "Ragu"; "It's in there!" The theme covered everything from self-reliance to the role of a limited government. Calling attention to our nation's historical connection to religion AND morals and ethical standards is a good basis to re-launch from. The fact that he is able to mobilize such a large crowd is the major political statement. Perhaps this is all serves as a visual aid in illustrating "the method in his madness". Stay tuned for future developments!
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