Michele Bachmann: There had to be over a million people at Glenn Beck’s rally

Laura Ingraham interviewed Michele Bachmann this morning and they talked about the rally this weekend plus the general Tea Party movement. Great interview!



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16 thoughts on “Michele Bachmann: There had to be over a million people at Glenn Beck’s rally

  1. I have a photo of the Million Man March taken from the same vantage point of Becks looking acorss the pond. There is more density in Beck’s photo, which must mean he had more than a million, right?
    Actually, the 650,000 number sounds like a fair conservative estimate.

  2. Mrs. Bachmann may be forgiven her enthusiasm, but there’s no way that there were a million people on the Mall last Saturday. HELPFUL HINT: If you can see any grass around those present, any at all, knock a zero off the end of your estimate.

  3. Those people who does not understand, do not like AMERICA. I love the interview Laura, Michele is a great leader.

  4. I really don’t see over 1 million people present. I think the professional estimates of around 100k are pretty accurate…

  5. Ten or twenty is an underestimate, I think, when you consider how difficult it is for many people to travel with family and job responsibilities and money stretched thin.

    It is very healthy for America to see so many people willing to make the journey.

  6. And the Libs want us to believe that they are not concerned about a million or so quiet, well behaved, thoughtful people leaving their jobs and businesses to assemble in Washington DC with a common purpose? The Libs are hoping that some people are gullible enough to believe that those who attended the Restore Honor Rally, the vast majority of whom are well networked and well respected in their communities (because they themselves are honorable people), will have less influence on society and political outcomes than a bunch of youthful demonstrators throwing rocks and starting fires in the street.

  7. And the Libs want us to believe that they are not concerned about a million or so quiet, well behaved, thoughtful people leaving their jobs and businesses to assemble in Washington DC with a common purpose? The Libs are hoping that some people are gullible enough to believe that those who attended the Restore Honor Rally, the vast majority of whom are well networked and well respected in their communities (because they themselves are honorable people), will have less influence on society and political outcomes than a bunch of youthful demonstrators throwing rocks and starting fires in the street.

  8. And the Libs want us to believe that they are not concerned about a million or so quiet, well behaved, thoughtful people leaving their jobs and businesses to assemble in Washington DC with a common purpose? The Libs are hoping that some people are gullible enough to believe that those who attended the Restore Honor Rally, the vast majority of whom are well networked and well respected in their communities (because they themselves are honorable people), will have less influence on society and political outcomes than a bunch of youthful demonstrators throwing rocks and starting fires in the street.

  9. And the Libs want us to believe that they are not concerned about a million or so quiet, well behaved, thoughtful people leaving their jobs and businesses to assemble in Washington DC with a common purpose? The Libs are hoping that some people are gullible enough to believe that those who attended the Restore Honor Rally, the vast majority of whom are well networked and well respected in their communities (because they themselves are honorable people), will have less influence on society and political outcomes than a bunch of youthful demonstrators throwing rocks and starting fires in the street.

  10. I was fortunate enough to attend the Restoring Honor Rally. I felt great for my country, saying the Pledge of Allegiance in unision with a couple hundred thousand other citizens.

    I am certain our country can regain it’s strength. For everone there we represent at least 10-20 others at home. That may be as many as 20,000,000 to 50,000,000 million registered voters.

  11. LOL!!! I think she’s great! And elsewhere there was a liberal who took her million comment to be about Beck! They can’t get it right to save themselves.

    Go Michelle.

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