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march on d.c.

we are traveling to washington d.c. to march on the capitol. goto resistnet.com or 912dc.org to arrange your travel plans .

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  • A former member
    A former member

    This was one of the greatest things I've ever done.The feeling of solidaritywas tremendous. We met tons of concerned citizens from all around the country,from all walks of life that have freedom and liberty for all in their hearts.The nicest people ever to ascend on Washington were there on 9/12/09. I will never forget this experience and will work even harder to prevent our gov't from stealing and corrupting our nation.We definitely are not alone.God bless each and every person that showed up at every rally in America.

    September 14, 2009

  • Jerry D.

    First the reports of attendance at the march were 2.1 million. Not tens of thousands. I was there along with my wife Sue, Randy and Shona and others from our 912 group and NH. From the Capital steps to the George Washington Monument(1mile) to the Freedom Square and the South Lawn as far as I could see was a sea of Patriots. I met people from Hawaii and almost every other state in the Union. Husbands and wives that could only afford for one of them to come, so one came. I have never witnessed anything like this before. The Metro (subway) was stopped due to so many passengers, the police made us start hours early as the center of the city was backed up with foot traffic. Hotels were sold out and the streets were covered with Americans carrying signs and flags from every state. I will be posting pictures as soon as possible. People were still arriving at 2:30pm. They asked for a text from attendees and got 1.5 million and many like myself don't text. God Bless America! Semper Fi!

    September 14, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    More than 500,000 people attended from all 50 states. Everyone was orderly and one DC policeman commented on how easy it was to deal with us. Thanks to all the other NH 912'ers who made the trip to DC or attended the event in Manchester. Awesome experience.

    September 13, 2009

  • Jerry D.

    If you are thinking of going to DC or know someone that may want to go refer them to <912.org> This site is a hub for many of the groups involved and it has schedules, travel info, sign ups, etc. It's worth a look.
    Semper Fi,
    Jerry

    August 27, 2009

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