Wednesday, September 16, 2009

A PANORAMIC PICTURE OF THE RALLY!!!

Okay folks, here you go! I Own the World admin says this about the photo:
Mr.Pinko has obtained an exclusive from the Photographer Michael A. Beck and FreedomWorks.org. Pinko sat on this image for days before just now getting the green light to publish. This is a RARE photo of the 9/12 Rally taken in extreme High Resolution from atop the Capitol Building. Mr. Beck was personally escorted to this rare vantage point by a congressman who will remain anonymous. This panoramic view offers the viewer documentation of the epic scale of this peaceful demonstration of democracy in action.

As you will see in the photo, our rally squished over to the sides of the area and backwards towards the Washington Monument - but only on the paths as we were not allowed on to the lawn due to another scheduled event. Now, imagine if all of those people had been allowed on to the grass...

6 comments:

  1. Wow!! There is a little "+" symbol on the picture. If you click on the pic, it enlarges so that you can practically count each person!!

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  2. I SO very much want this picture to be an accurate depiction of the crowd! Thanks! Posted here to spread the word: http://moogiep.blogspot.com/2009/09/emily-post-or-twenty-lashes.html

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  3. Why is Bill O' Rielly saying there were only 75,000 people there. He makes a point of saying it. Any picture I see and all of the first hand counts I see could very well put the total over 1 million.
    Am I that wrong?

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  4. It is used much too often these days, but AWESOME is certainly appropriate! I just wish I didn't have to work 9/12 to pay my taxes...

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  5. I was in the squished section to the right of the Capital. It was crazy! I want to post this on my facebook. Thank you for posting!

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