Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear

If we learned anything from the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear, it's that when America's favorite anchors ask their audience to jump, the audience immediately launches itself into the air as one, and worries about the purpose of that great leap later.
That's what I mean. There is a kind of detachment where I'm looking it from above and commenting on the ludicrousness of
Many came to the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear with something important to say. Here is a collection of my best images of these expressions of protest, hope, fear, sanity and insanity...
WATCH: "That is two historic events in one weekend," he continued, "My rally, and The New York Times printing the truth." "According
The Rally to Restore Sanity this past weekend was a simple reminder that certain things bring out the best in people, and certain things bring out the worst.
One day the Rally to Restore Sanity And/Or Fear will be commemorated in the Smithsonian's Museum of American History, conveniently
You came, you rallied, you restored sanity -- almost. There's still some crazy out there, and that's why grassroots volunteers with Organizing for America are stepping it up to get voters to the polls in the elections just three days from now.
You already showed us the hundreds of amazing signs you can make on your computers, and now we're asking those of you attending
This week, the Christian Science Monitor got ahold of the schedule for the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear. Said to be
Before you tell me to get a life and loosen up a bit, step back and think about the last time you laughed and whom or what was the target of your laughter.