WASHINGTON (CNN) - Comedy Central funnymen Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert will hold a rally on the National Mall Saturday, putting a satirical spin on partisan politics three days before midterm elections.
Stewart and Colbert's "Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear" is scheduled to start at noon.
They announced the rally in September, less than three weeks after conservative talk-show host Glenn Beck hosted a much-publicized "Restoring Honor" rally on the National Mall, urging large crowds to "turn back to God" and return America to the values on which it was founded.
Great! Finally a place to go and a statement to make for us normal people who have things to do – but still take our obligation as citizen and voters in a democracy seriously.
Thank you for that opportunity Mr. Stewart and Mr. Colbert!
This satire of a deadly serious movement that actually is taking place in America this week is as inappropriate as getting drunk and telling dirty jokes during one's mother's funeral.
Members of Congress who rode in on the long tails of President Obama's pink white-tie coat should expect to ride out on them.
"Bring in the clowns", and accomplish what?
Sanity that’s what we need now, watch these political ad ridiculous, some candidates comments are absurd
90 % Americans understand the problems they have good sense but when 10% scream media air 10% voice as nation voice
Will be so interesting to see how this "non partisan" event turns out after all of the liberal left wing nut groups have coopted it. I do believe it is going to clearly show the hypocrisy of Democrat liberals and the lying of the mainstream media, in a scene choreographed by the corrupt slimy unions.