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Interesting comparison pictures, I guess we can’t believe our eyes.  Is that what they are asking us to do?

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MSNBC’s Ed Schultz Declares: ‘One Nation’ Rally Was Just as Big as Beck Event

Here’s a partial transcript from Noel Sheppard at Newsbusters:

SCHULTZ: Now, conservatives want you to believe that Glenn Beck’s phony religious revival was way bigger than the One Nation rally. Well, let me take you back to the day of the Beck rally on August 28th, 2010, at 6:32 P.M., CBS.com proved Beck’s crowd was, as I said, no big shakes. “An estimated 87,000 people attended the rally organized by radio talk show host and Fox News commentator Glenn Beck Saturday in Washington, according to a crowd estimate commissioned by CBS News. The company, AirPhotosLive.com, based the attendance on aerial photos it took over the rally.” Now to be fair, NBC News put the size of Beck’s crowd at 300,000 people. So, somewhere in between all of this, 87,000, give or take 9 grand by that company, and 300,000 is reported by NBC. Pretty much, would you say that the size of the crowd is pretty much the same? I would. I was there. The people I saw, it was packed.

Read the rest of Noel’s analysis here.

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Pictures are worth a thousand words, the value gap between these two groups is very clear…

I will skip the debate on why, but I bet Christian values has some hand in it…

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‘One Nation’ Crowd Didn’t Exactly Leave the Mall (or World War II Memorial) Spotless

Any large crowd is going to leave some evidence behind of what kind of event transpired.  That was certainly true of the 8/28 “Restoring Honor” rally.  Here is just one picture from The Conservative Lady:

Remember the old “contrast and compare” sections on the tests you took in school?  Let’s try that.

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