Beck drew a crowd that stretched six blocks down the National Mall on Saturday, but drew fire for its timing and location -- the same date and location as the 1963 March on Washington, where the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech. Beck insisted that the date selection was purely coincidental.
Beck was joined by a host of other conservative politicians and political figures including Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann.
The Fox News host says his weekend revival-style rally at the Lincoln Memorial was meant to reclaim the U.S. civil rights movement "from politics," arguing that the movement was about "people of faith."
"Something beyond imagination is happening," he said. "America today begins to turn back to God. For too long, this country has wandered in darkness."
My question to you:
Do you find Glenn Beck's Washington D.C. rally to be offensive? Why or why not?
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