Signs At “Rally To Restore Sanity” More Entertaining, Less Racist Than Tea Party Signs

Posted by | October 30, 2010 12:38 | Filed under: Top Stories

As one one expect, the signs at the “Rally to Restore Sanity” headlined by Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are much more sane than ones we’ve seen at tea party rallies.

“I hate signs,” said one sign. “Have you seen my keys?” said another.

Slogans urged people to “relax.” But also: “Righties, don’t stomp on my head,” a reference to a Republican rally in Kentucky at which a liberal activist was pulled to the ground and stepped on. And, “I wouldn’t care if the president was Muslim.”

Stewart and Colbert encouraged attendees to bring signs with slogans such as “Real patriots can handle a difference in opinion,” “It could be worse but let’s not make it that way,” and “Death to Nobody.”

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