Actually, it's two rallies competing against each other. But it's October 30, whatever it is.
From the CSMonitor:
Mark your calendars. The Rally to Restore Sanity and the March to Keep Fear Alive will be held on Oct. 30 on the National Mall in Washington, DC.
And we’re pretty sure Glenn Beck has not been invited.
Last night, Comedy Central faux journalists Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert each made a “big announcement.”
First up to the plate was Jon Stewart.
In response to “the loud folks,” such as the Hitler-sign making folks, Stewart asks, “Why don’t we hear from the 70-80 percenters?” – the majority of Americans who don’t have extreme political views.
Enter the Rally to Restore Sanity.
“A million moderate march…a clarion call for rationality!” Stewart exclaimed.
With the motto of “Take it down a notch for America,” Stewart is offering to provide signs with the “appropriate” level of political emotion, such as “I disagree with you, but I’m pretty sure you’re not Hitler.”
You could also go with “I am not afraid of Muslims/Tea Partiers/Socialists/Immigrants/Gun Owners/Gay…but I am scared of Spiders.”
To counter Stewart’s Rally to Restore Sanity and to restore “truthiness,” Stephen Colbert announced his own rally: The March the Keep Fear Alive.
Calling Stewart’s announcement “disturbing,” Colbert says he will “not take it down a notch,” saying that “Now is the time for all good men to freak out for freedom!”
And, “Need I point out that ‘reason’ is one letter away from ‘treason?’” Colbert asks.
Wish I could go.