Lewis Carroll-themed signs at Jon Stewart’s Rally to Restore Sanity

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert’s march on Washington, D.C., yesterday, the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear, was estimated to be about 250,000 sane people strong (approximately triple the headcount at Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor rally in August, which yesterday’s event was parodying.) Stewart requested attendees to bring pro-sanity signs, and suggested for example “I Disagree With You, But I’m Pretty Sure You’re Not Hitler” and “I am not afraid of Muslims / Tea Partiers / Socialists / Immigrants / Gun Owners / Gays … But I Am Scared of Spiders.”

The Huffington Post did a nice job supplying slide shows of hundreds of suggestions and photos from the rally yesterday. I just went through them looking for a few good Lewis Carroll-inspired ones:

UPDATE! Here’s two more that another LCSNA member found at BuzzFeed’s 100 Best Signs at the Rally to Restore &c…


2 thoughts on “Lewis Carroll-themed signs at Jon Stewart’s Rally to Restore Sanity

  1. You DO realize that LAST one is *against* the stupid Jon Stewart march?

    The precept of the “and/or fear” is to make fun of the Beck matter by suggesting that’s the real intent. The last one points out the problem with that — there ARE things worthy of concern.

    Yes, I agree, probably the person holding it was a nitwit failing to grasp that, either.

    Something about people who get their news from comedians that doesn’t impress. I don’t like Glenn Beck in the least, but he’s a hell of a lot better source than a comedian, if you ARE going to take your lead from a single individual.

    The real flaw is believing that any self-promoting individual can be a source of reliable information — no matter which side he promotes. In both cases, he’s really promoting **himself**.

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