Attending the rally was a spontaneous decision. I heard about the bus on Wed. night. Made my decision to go Thursday morning and was on the bus at 8:30 Friday morning. I prayed about going. Should I or shouldn't I? I felt an overwhelming presence urging me to go. I didn't know what to expect, but I knew that I was going to be with other Chippers, and I thought I was going on an adventure. It was. I met wonderful people along the way. I saw sights that I had never seen before (like about 500,000 people). It's like going to a sold out Chiefs game with the crowd being 6 times as large.
I think what I got out of the experience is a deep sense of peace, and knowledge. Knowing there are so many people from all over the country that want to steer the country in a more positive direction, get back to the basics and move forward. It will not happen over night, or even this year, but it has begun and we are not alone.
For you guys that made the sacrifice to go and represent our area...THANK YOU!...
I really wanted to go and stand along good americans but i am busting my cookies trying to get turk elected and boot cleaver from my district...so thanks guys for going and representing us folks who did not... :)
Critics of Glenn Beck on both sides of the political spectrum have characterized the recent rally as being “nice” but lacking any real call to “action” or “action item”. Do any of these knuckleheads realize that this “rally” has generated hundreds of millions of dollars in “free” advertising for Conservatives? Do these people realize that millions of Americans who do not pay attention are looking at this event with curiosity and open ears? Unless you are a flaming liberal who enjoys the personal sensation of releasing your own endorphins, I suggest you take another look at this situation with a positive attitude. Not only will you feel better about yourself and life, you may find that your endorphins can be released under these circumstances as well! Smile. ☺