• Glenn Beck Rally Makes Martin Luther King Jr Proud

    August 29, 2010 3:47 pm 38 comments

    Red, yellow, black and white, they are precious in his sight.” - Children’s song

    It is said that out of the mouth of babes, comes the truth. Perhaps nothing illustrates this sentiment more than the verse I have listed from an old children’s song. All the children of our Lord are loved, and it’s this point that great visionaries such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Glenn Beck have rallied us to celebrate.

    Last weekend, Glenn Beck hosted a rally for equality in the same place where our beloved leader and friend, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., so many years ago had a dream. Glenn Beck returned to this place, with over 1 million Americans in attendance, to live that dream. All people were there, from every color and background, to demand one thing: an America for the common man.

    Since Democrats have taken power in this country, it is sad and sick that our government has forgotten that all men are created equal. We only have to look at the Obama’s to see they are regal elitists, seeing themselves of a higher class in life than everyday Americans. They are judging us by the contents of our wallets, not the content of our character.

    Good men such as Glenn Beck and more realize this problem. Even the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Dr. Alveda King, was a part of the Restoring Honor Rally. Along with people like Governor Palin, also at the rally, Dr. King knows her uncle would be so proud of America for this rally.

    This rally represents America once again unifying for change. The Democrats are still and out of touch; they are rich, arrogant elitists who have held power for far too long. Just look at disgraced democrat Charlie Rangle, who for too long held the reigns of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, controlling the pocketbook and therefore the business affairs of America.

    It is time for change. It is time to oust the stale Democrat establishment.

    We must get the Obama’s out of office.  Glenn Beck said it best when he stated, we have “wandered in darkness” far too long.  And we have.  We have let these dark forces turn the American dream into a black nightmare.

    It is time for America to return to a Golden Era, where hard work and the working class man is appreciated.  A time when, much like in the 1940s and 1950s, we could be proud to call ourself America.

    Let us turn America back into a nation of pride and trust.  Let us once again be the land where other nation’s could only dream and aspire to be, and every true American can achieve the greatest of dreams:  liberty and justice, and respect, for all.

    Let us give America back to the hardworking, every day American people.

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