Inspired by concerns of unemployment, the economy, Benghazi, and matters of foreign policy; organizers are promoting a “Massive Anti-Obama Rally @ Obama’s Inauguration Day.”
Their goal? 500,000+ protesters armed with signs identifying the reason for their participation in the rally. The invitation expresses the following:
“If you are unsatisfied with President Barack Obama’s reelection win and you further feel that he will ultimately destabilize America completely, then let us join together with bold Anti-Obama signs clearly stating our main grievances…”
Organizers are encouraging those who aren’t able to participate in the rally, on Washington D.C.’s National Mall, to form groups and hold non-violent protests at state capital buildings or other local government venues.
Is there cause to protest? Absolutely. Will it change the state of our nation, or the fact that the most corrupt President in the history of our country is being inaugurated for the second time? Most certainly not. But, to be doing ‘something’ on ‘that’ day might feel better than letting it go unchallenged. After all, isn’t there a saying that declares it’s better “to go down fighting?”