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Massive Anti-Obama Rally Planned for Inauguration Day

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Inspired by concerns of unemployment, the economy, Benghazi, and matters of foreign policy; organizers are promoting a “Massive Anti-Obama Rally @ Obama’s Inauguration Day.”

Their goal? 500,000+ protesters armed with signs identifying the reason for their participation in the rally. The invitation expresses the following:

“If you are unsatisfied with President Barack Obama’s reelection win and you further feel that he will ultimately destabilize America completely, then let us join together with bold Anti-Obama signs clearly stating our main grievances…”

Organizers are encouraging those who aren’t able to participate in the rally, on Washington D.C.’s National Mall, to form groups and hold non-violent protests at state capital buildings or other local government venues.

More info here

and details here

» 24 Comments

  1. FreeMan & Sarah Intend to Defend

    December 2nd, 2012

    Don’t forget to chant. A march is nothing without some mindless droning about something.

    Like “what did he know and when did he know it”

    Or other hits like “this is what democracy looks like”

    We could make a contest out of it. Best chants against the Demo’s.

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  2. Shiite from Shinola

    December 2nd, 2012

    Fuck Barry-0, Fuck Barry-0, Communists are losers, Fuck Barry-0!!!

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  3. FreeMan & Sarah Intend to Defend

    December 2nd, 2012

    PS – I’d think it would be better if no one, and I mean no one showed up.

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  4. Kairn

    December 2nd, 2012

    Dangit, why did they have to put the capital all the way on the east coast??? I’d be there in a heartbeat if I didn’t live all the way on the west coast. Where’s that wormhole when you need one in a pinch?

    I did manage to make the March on DC Sept 12, 2009. The most amazing thing I’ve ever participated in.

    I will pray, pray, pray that all Patriots who live up and down the eastern coast will be able to partake in this protest. I pray more than 500,000 will come.

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  5. Poonces

    December 2nd, 2012

    I’d like to show up to one just to hear the hateful remarks that the party of tolerance spews.

    Of course if you protest Obammy, you are just a racist, and there is no other possible reason to denounce the new black Lord who taketh from those who do, and giveth to those who whine.

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  6. MaryfromMarin

    December 2nd, 2012

    Wearing mourning seems appropriate for Inauguration Day. The similarities with a funeral are many and inarguable.

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  7. Czar of Defenestration

    December 2nd, 2012

    Anyone willing to consider sharing a hotel room?
    The Czarina and I couldn’t stay with my (Democrat…*sigh*) sister, and the rates are absurd…even at the end of the Orange and Blue Lines (subway) in Virginia.

    Best pizza: Duccini’s (18th & U St. NW)
    Best Unknown Park: River Place (a horticulturist’s paradise just North of Mount Vernon on the George Washington Parkway)

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  8. Geoff C. The Saltine

    December 2nd, 2012

    Well that will give me something to do on my birthday, go down to Olympia and yell at a sandstone building. It will make me feel good.
    The capital building will at least listen, the dems in our state listen only to unions, teachers, and other commies.

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  9. Kairn

    December 2nd, 2012

    @Geoff,
    I live in Washington state too. I share your sentiments about Olympia. If my husband and I drive down there, we’d be at least 3 croaking at the capital building. For all the good it will do.

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  10. MaryfromMarin

    December 2nd, 2012

    I just contacted our local Tea Party organizers about this.

    Taking a stand is better than standing for nothing. Even if it is only a few people.

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  11. MaryfromMarin

    December 2nd, 2012

    Maybe I ought to make a sign that says, “The End of the World Is Near”. Nothing like truth in advertising.

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  12. Kairn

    December 2nd, 2012

    @Mary,
    That’s about the level we are at now. It’s too late now to run around screaming about the pods.

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  13. well

    December 2nd, 2012

    ” “The End of the World Is Near”. ”

    okay, NOW, you’re talking freddie felps and whackjob crapfest church [END SARC]

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  14. Dadof3

    December 2nd, 2012

    Put the signs on pitchforks.

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  15. MaryfromMarin

    December 2nd, 2012

    Well, @well, [that was fun], I actually meant the end of the world as far as geopolitics goes. But it could apply to other venues as well, @well. [LOL!]

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  16. Joe

    December 2nd, 2012

    You better watch out… that might be why they ordered so many hollow point bullets.

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  17. SD Tom

    December 2nd, 2012

    Holy crap.

    Has anyone else read the comments at the ‘Details Here’ webpage (beforeitsnews.com)?

    What a bunch of colossally insane mofos.

    I wouldn’t want to be a part of THAT group march and demonstration. They are full speed redlined nutjobs.

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  18. Maudie N Mandeville

    December 2nd, 2012

    “Got I-phones?” Where’s Breitbart? The nightly news with Brian Williams will report Nancy Pelosi and the Blechhhhh Congressional Caucus walking through throngs of right wing Nazis hurling racial epithets at Dear Leader. And trust me, you will be infiltrated…again.

    Same ole, same ole.

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  19. Hank

    December 2nd, 2012

    I don’t think this is well thought out.
    1. It makes protesters look like sore losers.
    2. No hotel roomsavailable due to inauguration.
    3. Too short notice.
    4. Possibility of poor/cold weather (may keep #’s down).

    They should instead plan something big for the spring.

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  20. MaryfromMarin

    December 2nd, 2012

    @Hank–

    Protestors ARE “sore losers”. If they were good losers, why would they protest?

    You’re right I’m a “sore loser”, in the correct meaning of that phrase. I’m sore from the trash, venom, spite, and lies that have been thrown at the American people and this beautiful country. And if O-bots can line up in the cold to fawn over their figurehead, why not “sore losers” who want to be seen and heard?

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  21. LadyGun12

    December 2nd, 2012

    @Kairn: I was at that march too. Maybe we ran into each other and didn’t even know it!

    Would love to go to this, but not sure I can.

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  22. Lowell

    December 2nd, 2012

    Headlights for Hostages! We all know how effective that was.

    You wanna’ protest, go occupy the Senate floor. Lock ‘em out. Hell, I’d join that.

    Wavin’ cardboard? Have fun suckers.

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  23. Mr. Pinko

    December 2nd, 2012

    Bill Whittle Surrender, Escape, etc…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuL41ohlfZY&feature=plcp

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  24. Blink

    December 2nd, 2012

    Losing fair and square is one thing. Losing due to massive voter fraud is quite different. That’s not losing. That’s being cheated from a rightful victory. However, that being said, Romney was no savior. Only a pilot who may have lengthened the glide path to the crash site.

    The problems we face are too overwhelming for human solutions. Whether we stand or fall as a great nation rest in God’s hands. If we work to rebuild the wall He will help but He won’t do it alone. We won’t succeed building by our own efforts alone. This is something I think about a lot lately. Are we simply reaping what we’ve sown, or allowed to be sown or is a diminished America simply the divine plan?

    I never thought I’d see the day when someone like Obama would be elected to office and so much indifference by so many to his illegality, failures and coverups. Free cookies and ice cream for everyone, except those who earned the money to pay for it wins the day.

    LBJ type protest against Obama may come in the future as more of his agenda takes effect. But Obama, and those who voted for his agenda, will not held accountable until people choose to see him and the bureaucratic bindings he is placing on the country for what it is. Until then we lack rule of law governance, it is only mob rule. When Pelosi replied,” are you serious?”, when asked if the bill was constitutional comes to mind. They don’t care, and won’t care until forced to care.

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