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Posts Tagged ‘Restoring Honor Rally’

Second Anniversary of Restoring Honor Rally Today

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 28, 2012

Two years ago today,  Governor Palin was a keynote speaker at the Restoring Honor Rally in Washington, D. C.   Organized by Glenn Beck,  the rally was  a ” celebration of America’s heroes and heritage.”   An  estimated 300K to 500K people attended the event.

Meghan Casserly at Forbes Woman wrote this about Governor Palin’s speech:

Well-coiffed, as always, and dressed in a white suit, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, here are some highlights from Sarah Palin‘s remarks:

“Thank you so much! Thank you, are you not so proud to be an American!”

“It is so humbling to get to be here today with you patriots., you who are motivated and engaged and concerned, knowing never to retreat. I must assume that you too, knowing that we must not fundamentally transform America as some would want, we must 

restore America and restore her honor.”

“Now I’ve been asked to speak today not as a politician, but something much more. I’ve been asked to speak as the mother of a soldier and I am proud of that distinction.”

“Say what you want to say about me but i raised a combat vet and you can’t take that away from me.”

“No woman gives birth thinking that she will hand over her child to her country but that is what women have done since ancient days.”

“If you look for the virtues that have sustained our country you will find it in those who wear the uniform.”

“Our history made this day be the change point. Look around you, you are not alone! You are Americans!”

“You have the same still spine and moral courage of Lincoln and Martin Luther King.”

“With gratitude to our men and women in uniform let’s stand together, let’s stand with honor and restore America!”

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Governor Palin Praying at Restoring Honor Rally

Posted by Adrienne Ross on August 30, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Some wonderful people are sharing some great pictures with me from the Restoring Honor Rally.

I received the first picture below with the message that follows:

Picture reportedly taken by Beck’s photographer

A commenter on SPN posted that Glenn Beck states that Governor Palin had been praying for 10 minutes when this photo was taken.

This second picture came just a few minutes later with the message that follows:

I thought you may enjoy this. I did a bit of converging two pictures to make this.

Thank God for leaders who will humble themselves and pray. As 2 Chronicles 7:14 says:

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

(h/t Kenton and Doc)

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Governor Palin and Amazing Grace

Posted by Adrienne Ross on August 30, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Picture posted online here.

The above picture of Governor Palin was sent to me with the following words:

Sarah Palin wiping a tear during the dramatic bagpipe rendition of Amazing Grace accompanied by Gospel choir: “8/28 Restoring Honor Rally” at The Lincoln Memorial

Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor Rally brought hundreds of thousands of patriots to the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday. It was not a political event; it was an American event. Many say it was more like a “revival” with a clear message that America needs to return to faith, to God, to the honor that is the fabric of our very existence. It certainly had a clear spiritual message–one of dependence on God, unity, and hope. And our troops received the respect and recognition they so deserve.

How appropriate the song “Amazing Grace,” for we are what we are by the grace of God, and we are in desperate need of His continued grace to get where we must go.

God bless America, and, more importantly, America bless God.

(h/t Kenton)

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Video – Governor Palin: I Hope Dr. King Would Be So Proud of Us

Posted by Adrienne Ross on August 28, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

The National Review reports Governor Palin’s backstage comments at the Restoring Honor Rally when asked about how Dr. King would feel about today:

I hope that Dr. King would be so proud of us, as his niece Dr. Alveda King is very proud as a participant in this rally,” Palin says. “This is sacred ground where we feel his spirit and can appreciate all of his efforts. He who so believed in equality and may we live up to his challenge.

I believe Dr. King would indeed be proud of what took place on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial today, in spite of what Al Sharpton had to say. It is quite a shame, albeit not a surprise, that Sharpton would use his rally, not far from the Lincoln Memorial, to bash the efforts of Glenn Beck, Governor Palin, and Dr. King’s own niece, Dr. Alveda King, among others.

Unlike Sharpton’s tactics, those involved in the Restoring Honor Rally were all about unity, hope, and faith in God. Not even the usual hot air from Al Sharpton was able to quench the fire and excitement of those present and those watching from home. And of course, those at the Lincoln Memorial were not spewing any hatred toward the Dr. King rally taking place nearby, but they did have plenty of good things to say about Dr. King, his dream, our nation, and our troops.

(h/t Damien)

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Video: Governor Palin Speaks at Restoring Honor Rally

Posted by Adrienne Ross on August 28, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com


Mediaite has covered Governor Palin’s speech at today’s Restoring Honor Rally at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. Frances Martel writes:

Palin dedicated her speech to the troops, honored several American soldiers, and thanked the greatest Americans, both large and small in legacy, for their contributions.

Before going through a list of US soldiers that were receiving awards today for their exemplary service, Palin took the time to go through some of America’s greatest leaders– George Washington and Abraham Lincoln and, of course, Martin Luther King, Jr. She thanked him for providing “a dream that would challenge us to honor the sacred charters of hour liberty, and reminded the audience that, “in honoring them [the great Americans], we must not forget the ordinary men and women… our men and women in uniform, a force for good in this country, and that is nothing to apologize for.”

Read more here.

Below is the speech via C-SPAN, retrieved from Mediaite:

(h/t Whitney)

If the speech does not show up here, you can watch it here.

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