Saturday, August 28, 2010


I have two dear friends attending the RESTORING HONOR rally today....
It is such an important event...and it means so
much to us ...and to what most AMERICANS would
like to have our precious America go back to again.
Please pray with me.... for a shield of protection & miracles to happen today if
your heart is with this mine is.
And for GOD to BLESS GLENN BECK and his sincere efforts.


Grandma Yellow Hair said...

What a wonderful post. I am doing one about this also. My landlady from Nevada is there and she has spent several nights in line so she would not miss anything and she is in her late seventies.
Thanks for sharing

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Hi Maggie....HOW ARE YOU DOING ??
So nice to have you visit and post....THANK YOU.....I am surprised there are not more "Patriots" out there that are willing to post a comment about this event today.
It apparently went well...from what I read so far. We have been gone ALL day today..and this is my first chance back on the computer since I posted this...this AM.

Many hugs,



Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...


GOOD for your sweet landlady...she and I can remember what AMERICA was like when it was run by those who actually love AMERICA.


Pearl said...

I'm praying with you Rose! Hugs, Pearl

Eastlake Victorian said...


I love watching Glenn Beck and agree with almost everything he says, although I am not a religious person. I would love to have gone to the rally in D.C. We really need to take back this country.


Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

FOX NEWS SAID in part :- "The rally -- which Beck and other organizers said they they didn't want labeled as such because they wanted the event to remain non-political -- focused on healing the scars that the nation has suffered as a result of its disreputable moments in history.

"Let's be honest, if you look at history, America has been both terribly good, and terribly bad. It has been both, but we concentrate on the bad instead of learning from the bad and repairing the bad," said Beck, who has a radio show and is host of Fox News' "Glenn Beck."

"We have a choice today, to either let those scars crush us or redeem us," he said, speaking from the Lincoln Memorial, where Martin Luther King, Jr., gave his "I Have a Dream" speech 47 years earlier.

Beck turned the heads of the estimated crowd toward the opposite end of the Lincoln Memorial to make his point.

"If you look at the Washington Monument, you might notice its scars. ... a quarter of the way up it changes color. Look at it. Look at its scars. How did the scar get there? They stopped building it in the Civil War. And when the war was over, they began again. No one sees the scars of the Washington Memorial, the Washington Monument; we see what it stands for," he said.

Beck had tried to fight off accusations that the event -- which attracted many supporters of smaller government and lower taxes -- was meant to be political. He specifically asked that the audience not bring political signs, and for the most part people seemed to cooperate with the request.

Indeed, Tommy LaRussa, the St. Louis Cardinals manager who attended the event, said he didn't feel it was political in nature at all.

"It was beyond gratifying. I was inspired. There were a lot of things that inspired me. It was more religious, much more religious (than political)," he said afterward. "

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

This is the interview between Chris Wallace and Glenn Beck right after his's wonderful...please take a few minutes and watch it.

The Rustic Victorian said...

I follow Glenn on Fox almost everyday, I pray for him and his family. God has given him quite a mission. I am looking forward to his show today. I looked at his web site and was so happy to see so many there. I am not able to click on the link,It is not highlighted.. but I can find the Chris W. interview as I missed it Sunday.
Thanks for posting this.

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

I have found that one can always CUT AND PASTE a link into Google..that works too.