AMPAC's Million Muslim March (Left) & 2 Million Bikers to D.C. (Right)
-September 11, 2013-
-September 11, 2013-
This week was a good and bad week for the North American people. Since while on the one hand we have President Obama rattling the sabres for war. On the other, we saw another 9/11 anniversary come and go, this time without an embassy attack or similar terrorist activity. We also saw what can only be described as one of the best examples of Obama's America.
Since on the anniversary of 9/11, two very different and perhaps to many, opposing groups, converged on the nations capitol. The first was the American Muslim Political Action Committee, who had organized a controversial Million Muslim March for September 11th. A march they described as demonstrating that both Muslims and non-Muslims were traumatized by the events of 9/11, and to demand equal civil rights for the Muslim community in America. The second, was 2 Million Bikers To D.C., a biker group that sought to ride through the area of the White House and National Mall in honour of the memory of those who lost their lives during the brutal terrorist attacks of 9/11. This may all sound routine, but it highlights an important division that is starting to surface in all current events, including Syria, the division between the American people and President Obama's White House.
This is because on the one hand you have the American Muslim Political Action Committee, organizing a Million Muslim March, a march sponsored by many 9/11 truther organizations, and winning approval and acquiring permits for their march from the National Park Services. On the other hand, you have the 2 Million Bikers to D.C. who were denied permits due to questions surrounding the logistics of such an event and its effects on traffic in downtown Washington D.C. So whatever you think of either organization/group, given that both rallies were of nearly equal size, there is a clear bias in favour of the more left-leaning millions of Muslims, then the millions of American biker's. This is made even more clear in hindsight, since both groups did in fact converge on the National Mall and the White House without any incidents with officials.
Yet, even if this bias does not exist, as the Left continually hollers. The events in Washington D.C. that occurred on September 11, 2013 are still an excellent case study in the growing division between America and President Obama. Since the Obama approved, White House approved, Million Muslim March drew only a few hundred people, despite having the permits, funds and the organization(s) behind it. Where as the denied and outlawed 2 Million Bikers to D.C. rally, with very little funding and organization, drew hundreds of thousands if not over a million bikers to the National Mall in Washington. Where Americans did the four things Obama hates most, demonstrated their love for country and each other, polluted the air with their bikes, exercised their constitutional rights, and lastly, by doing all three demonstrated why America is uniquely exceptional.
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