Glen Beck and his pals are observing the 47th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech next Saturday (August 28, 2010) by gathering at the Lincoln Memorial with the National Rifle Association. Very fitting, since President Lincoln and Rev. King were assassinated by gunshot.
Beck’s buddies are boldly standing up for something-or-other but, unlike 20 million other tourists each year, they’re scared stiff of Washington DC. Beck blogs warn them to avoid the Green and Yellow Metro lines where they might encounter rampaging hordes of junior high students and other urban horrors.
For more Tea Party tourists tips, click on these:
“A Glenn Beck Fan’s Guide to Washington, DC,” Mike Madden, Washington City Paper blog.
“Welcome to D.C., Tea Partiers!” Martin Austermuhle, DCist.com
“So you are coming to the 8/28 Glenn Beck March on Washington” Andrew Ian Dodge, Maine Refounders/Tea Party blog
“For The Tea Partiers Who May Be More Visual Learners,” Aaron Morrissey, DCist
“Tea Partier’s Warning-Filled Guide to DC,” Max Fisher, The Atlantic.
“Tea Party Primer On D.C.: Dangerous, Scary And Full Of Arabs,” Evan McMorris-Santoro, TPMDC.
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